Hyperbolic "trig" functions such as $\sinh$, $\cosh$, have close analogies with regular trig functions such as $\sin$ and $\cos$. Yet the hyperbolic versions seem to be encountered relatively rarely. (My frame of reference is that of someone with college freshman/sophomore, but not advanced math.)
Why is that? Is it because the hyperbolic versions of these functions are less common/useful than the circular versions?
Can you do the "usual" applications (Taylor series, Fourier series) with hyperbolic functions as you can with trigonometric?
I'm not a professional mathematician. I've had three semesters of calculus and one of linear algebra/differential equations, and "barely" know about hyperbolic functions. The question is with that frame of reference.