Functions with no standard pronunciation
There are many mathematical functions with a single widely-agreed written form, but with multiple widely-used spoken forms.
Common ways of saying \(\sinh\) include "shine", "sine-ch", "sine-aitch", and "hyperbolic sine".
This applies similarly to \(\tanh\), but \(\cosh\) can be read phonetically in English.
- \(\ln\) - "lunn", "ell enn", "natural log(arithm)".