Python mathmatics function

Python `math` module contains many methods for trigonometric and mathematical calcualtions. `math.pi` is the constant π:

```>>> import math
>>> math.pi
```
```3.141592653589793
```
`math.e` is the constant e:
```>>> math.e
```
```2.718281828459045
```
`math.acos(x)` returns the arc cosine of radian angle x. `math.asin(x)` returns the arc sine of radian angle x. `math.atan(x)` returns the arc tangent of radian angle x. `math.atan2(y,x)` returns the arc tangent of y/x. `math.ceil(x)` returns the smallest integer greater than x. `math.copysign(x,y)` returns -x if y<0 and x if y>0. `math.cos(x)` returns the cosine of radian angle x. `math.degrees(x)` converts a radian angle into its degree equivalent. `math.exp(x)` returns the exponential value of x with natural base. `math.expm1()` returns the natural exponential value of (x - 1). `math.fabs(x)` returns the absolute value of x. `math.factorial(x)` returns the x factorial x!. `math.floor(x)` returns the largest integer that is less than x. `math.fmod(x,y)` returns x % y. `math.frexp()` returns the mantissa and exponent as the pair(m,n) of x by solving x = m * 2**n, where 0.5 <= m < 1. `math.fsum([...])` function returns the sum of [...] with higher floating accuracy. `math.hypot(x,y)` calculates the hypotenuse of a right triangle based on sides x, y. `math.isinf(x)` checks whether x is infinite or not. `math.isnan(x)` checks whether x in NaN (Not A Number). `math.ldexp(x,i)` is the reverse of frexp(), it returns x * (2**i). `math.log(x[,base=e])` returns the logarith of x to the given base. `math.log1p(x)` calculates the natural logarithm of (x + 1). `math.log10(x)` caculates the base 10 logarithm of x. `math.modf(x)` calculates the fractional and integer parts of x. `math.pow(x,y)` calculates x raised to the power y. `math.radians(x)` converts a degree angle into its radian equivalent. `math.sin(x)` returns the sine value of radian angle x. `math.sqrt(x)` returns the square root of x. `math.tan(x)` returns the tangent of x. `math.trunc()` returns the truncated integer of x.

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