Why is Desmos (graphing calculator app for Android, ios, windows, etc) far faster than everything else in calculating?
I've done the same calculations in Mathematica, Maple, hp prime pro app on windows (ios and Android), various calculator apps on ios and Android, etc
This is one of the things...
In desmos you can rotate a label by going into the settings. BUT the rotations get weird with large numbers:
if you rotate by 360 nothing happens same for 3600 and 360000 but when you get to 360000000000000000 it starts changing from just being flat.
It changes from a 0 degree tilt to a 332 or...
Often in desmos when you graph a line it shows the X and Y-intercept with a grey dot.
However when I graph something like sin(50)=5/x it doesn't show
which I find odd because sin(x) does show the intercepts
It only gets more complicated when graphing tangent and cosine. Both DO show the...
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In my recent exploration of Elliptic Function, Curves and Motion I have come upon a handy equation for creating orbital motion.
Essentially I construct a trigonometric function and use the max distance to foci as the boundary for my motion on the x-plane.
When I plot a point rotating...
Hey everyone, I have generated a nice little velocity vs time graph that I would love if somebody could help me put to use.
I have marked data points on the x-axis for the Y-value for every second on the function.
Just to be clear: X-axis = time in seconds & Y-axis = velocity in meters/second...
Hello. I have graphed a rose curve on Desmos using a parametric point, the equation looking like this:
However, I want the graph to be limited so that only values within the circle r=3.45 and r=9 are shown. I have tried using the curly brackets {3.45 <= r <= 9}, however this returns an error...
Better stock up now as graphing calculators are becoming antiques just as slide rules did in the late 1970's.
https://qz.com/977987/thanks-to-the-startup-desmos-the-reign-of-the-texas-instruments-100-graphing-calculator-in-schools-is-finally-ending/
The given is
determine a polar equation for circle satisfying the given conditions: the radius is $2$, and the polar coordinates for the center are: $\left(4,0\right)$
I got ${r}^{2}-8r\cos\left({\theta}\right)=-12$
But when I try to plot this to DESMOS get nutin.
Just couldn't find help with this anywhere but
Using the desmos graphing calculator using the table feature
I wanted to plot the points every $\frac{\pi}{12}$
$0<\theta<2\pi$
For $r=-2-3\sin(\theta)$
On a polar coordinate graph
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I have a PAL TV, and that means it is best for footage of 25fps and 50fps
The TV's refresh rate is 200Hz
Well, my questions are:
What happens if I play an NTSC file on the TV? (≈30fps), since it doesn't go well with 200Hz much (isn't a multiple)...
I thought about how would the TV...
Hopefully everyone's heard of this by now, but for those who haven't, there's an excellent interactive online graphing calculator offered by Desmos:
https://www.desmos.com/calculator
Is it just me or Desmos ruined its formula input? In the past when I typed x, /, 1, +, x I got $\frac{x}{1+x}$. Now I'm getting $\frac{x}{1}+x$. In fact, I can't figure out how to type $\frac{x}{1+x}$ at all. Even if I have $\frac{1}{1x}$ and the cursor is between 1 and $x$ in the denominator...
We are in the process of talking with www.desmos.com about how we can integrate their graphing software on MHB in an easy-to-use way, similar to the Wolfram Widgets (hopefully). In the meantime I recommend their website for graphing 2-d equations. It's very easy to use and in my opinion is...