Some of these commands are

`\arccos``\arcsin``\arctan``\cos``\cosh``\cot``\coth``\csc``\deg``\det``\dim``\exp``\gcd``\hom``\inf``\ker``\lg``\lim``\liminf``\limsup``\ln``\log``\max``\min``\sec``\sin``\sinh``\sup``\tan``\tanh`

`\bmod``\pmod{}`

a \bmod band the latter, which requires an argument that is displayed in parentheses, would be used to write "n = i (mod j)" as

n = i \pmod{j}

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Revised: Sheldon Green, 25 April 1995.