In preparation for the next version of the product, we've collected suggestions for additions to the Math class and related classes. To give you an idea of the kinds of things people ask us for, here are a list of some of the requests we've received. We’re curious to know which of these (if any) seem interesting to this audience, and why? (Namely, what are you working on that you could leverage the specific capability listed?) Is there anything missing from the list which would be useful?

- Implement single-precision trig (and other) overloads. For many functions that currently take a Double, add overloads that take a Single.
- Inverse hyperbolic functions (ACosh, ASinh, and ATanh)
- More trig functions (csc, sec, cot)
- Min and Max overloads that take more than two arguments
- Other functions that take a variable number of args - Sum() and Average(), for example
- Complex number support
- Bitshifting - RightShift and LeftShift on integral types (not currently available in VB)
- Arbitrary-precision decimal numbers (BigDecimal)
- Factorial
- Permutations, Combinations (see <http://mathforum.org/dr.math/faq/faq.comb.perm.html> for definitions)
- Math.Pow() overload for Decimal
- Convert between degrees and radians
- Support for vectors and vector math (probably not in the Math class)
- Add new values to the MidpointRounding enum - which ones?
- Provide a different math model for operations, that throws instead of obeying IEEE (returning NaN/Infinity). (Note that it is extremely unlikely that we will change our model at this point.)