**A**rcsine, as has been written,

"[. . . ] sine is equal to the opposite over hypotenuse, cosine is equal to the adjacent over the hypotenuses, and the tangent is equal to the sine divided by the cosine, or even the opposite over the adjacent, which brings up the fact of a force called sohcahtoa, which is often confused with Sacagewaea, in which I speeled wrong, which is the lady on those golden dollar coins. Which means that to counteract the forces of Sacagawea, another force must be introduced, one in which is called by Dannyjenn the Susan B. Anthony. Well basically if there's a sohcahtoa, there must be a choshacao, which would stand for cosecant is equal to the hypotenuse over opposite, secant is equal to the hypotenuses divided by adjacent, so then the cotangent must be the adjacent over the opposite, in which this doesn't work out because *s* can not stand for sine and secant, and *c* cannot stand for cosine, cosecant, and cotangent. But anyways, if these two sets of formulas are in existence, then one must represent rock, and the other would be paper. This disrupts the flow of rock paper scissors, so a scissors must be introduced. This scissors would most likely be the **arcsine**, arccosine, and arctangent, which is basically the inverse sine, cosine, and tangent [. . .]" (*Book of Lof*, ch. XVIII)