Hi, I have little experience with computer and programming (just a little on my calc) and I wonder how fast a computer really is. Would it be a problem for a computer to "graph", that will say calculate several expression frequently for different inputs at once?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have about 40 expressions kind of like this:

[tex]f(x)=([A_1x+B_1+C_1sin(D_1(x-E_1)]^2+[A_2x+B_2+C_2sin(D_2(x-E_2)]^2)^{\frac{1}{2}}[/tex]

[tex]A_k,B_k,C_k[/tex] and [tex]D_k[/tex] are constants.

And if a computer were to graph these at all times, how well would it handle it?

I know of course that the speed depends on the frequency of the calculations, but I want it fairly high, much higher than the calculator graph the curves.

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# How fast would a computer do this?

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