Since cosh() is the static method of Math, it can be used without creating an object.
The Math.cosh() function returns a hyperbolic cosine of the number that can be expressed using the constant e. Because cosh() is the static method of Math, you always use it as the Math.cosh(), rather than as a method of the Math object you created ( Math is not a constructor).
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