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I don't know who discovered this equation, but I call it the "mosquito curve" and I found it by accident. (This is in polar graphing)r = sin(cos(tan(theta)))

Quote from: Hot_Dog on March 04, 2011, 08:16:10 pmI don't know who discovered this equation, but I call it the "mosquito curve" and I found it by accident. (This is in polar graphing)r = sin(cos(tan(theta)))Lol, I do that too But r=sin(sin(sin(tan(θ is better.Another fun thing to do is Y=sin(cos(tan(X, change it to Dot mode, then set the window range to (-50,50) and (-1.25,0.75). It's a nearly perfect butterfly

Quote from: Deep Thought on March 04, 2011, 11:19:40 pmQuote from: Hot_Dog on March 04, 2011, 08:16:10 pmI don't know who discovered this equation, but I call it the "mosquito curve" and I found it by accident. (This is in polar graphing)r = sin(cos(tan(theta)))Lol, I do that too But r=sin(sin(sin(tan(θ is better.Another fun thing to do is Y=sin(cos(tan(X, change it to Dot mode, then set the window range to (-50,50) and (-1.25,0.75). It's a nearly perfect butterfly Is this a dog with wings?r=tan(cos(cos(sin(theta^2)^2)^2)^3

Quote from: Tribal on March 07, 2011, 08:22:13 pmQuote from: Deep Thought on March 04, 2011, 11:19:40 pmQuote from: Hot_Dog on March 04, 2011, 08:16:10 pmI don't know who discovered this equation, but I call it the "mosquito curve" and I found it by accident. (This is in polar graphing)r = sin(cos(tan(theta)))Lol, I do that too But r=sin(sin(sin(tan(θ is better.Another fun thing to do is Y=sin(cos(tan(X, change it to Dot mode, then set the window range to (-50,50) and (-1.25,0.75). It's a nearly perfect butterfly Is this a dog with wings?r=tan(cos(cos(sin(theta^2)^2)^2)^3Oh the things we do when we're bored The dog doesn't seem to work with me, though. Any particular window settings?

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