There are these blocks in the block code menu that have these features:

How would they be used in a game? I have often overlooked these blocks, but I am sure that they can be extremely useful in certain scenarios.
For example, the round block could be used to round floats or decimals. However, I have no idea where the sin and square root blocks could be applied other than a calculator similar to what @Blackhole927 made.

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Square root coul dbe used for a function that needs to be simplified to a certain number of players like 27 players in a lobby and only 9 can become a zombie. Round would be for a percise number that could be to large to fit in a counter, like 200k. ANd sin, I have no idea what that means.

All the trig functions are vital for 3d projection or mapping, rounding could be used on mechanisms that require logarithms and sqrt root can be used for finding the nearest object distance between the camera and an array of objects in 3d space (important in painterâ€™s algorithm or z-buffers in 3d projection)

Look. No one uses sqrt to do that. They divide by a number and round. Square roots are mostly just for computation in maybe score forumlas. Other than that, idk. Also the same for the trig functions.

Refer to Text Operations, it was meant to be used to remove certain letters or as a modulo, in this case, you wouldnâ€™t really need to use it. (Look at the backspace section or the blockcode that is under â€śModuloâ€ť)

I have some more blocks that I am curious about. What could the is even block be used for? I donâ€™t see a use for that for now other than creating a better version of the RNG. Also what can the length of string text be used for? What are its applications in code?

Is even block can be used to bypass the mod function (takes a ridiculous amount of blocks) for the special case of base 2. The length of string block has a potential to make text have a higher number storage capability. But it would be very cumbersome and impractical. The length of text would be useful if gimkit added text operations.