Unresolved Detail In Plotted Equations

Sometimes the calculator detects that an equation is too complicated to plot perfectly in a reasonable amount of time. When this happens, the equation is plotted at lower resolution.

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    Bob Deen

    Pretty sure I broke the universe

    xyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxy=yxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyx

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    David Summa

    For x!! = y!!

    I feel like its trying to communicate with some weird cryptography.

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    chris Russ

    sin(xy) = x/y is wierd too O.o

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    Ezra Seidel

    Ah yes, the Crispy/Browning Rice Function. Its graph is very interesting.

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    Bob Deen

    I heard it's been quite useful in one of Einstein's lesser known theories, the theory of relative burnt-ness.

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    Seth Upperman

    x^y+y^xsin(x)=a

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    Seth Upperman

    sin(x^2y^2)=a (a cannot be to large of a value)

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    Hank Witaker

    x=((sin y)/(sec x^y))y

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    Scott “-x-” Blair

    0 = $a\sin \left(x^2+\cos \left(bx+cy^2-e\right)\right)+dy$ make the variables change

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    곽성재

    A chessboard with circles: $\left(\sin x\right)!=\left(\cos y\right)!$

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    Scott “-x-” Blair
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    Juan Moreno

    x=sin(cos(x*tan(y)))

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    Andrew Myers

    If this happens to you, try relplot instead. It is not as interactive, but it will plot everything.

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    lin kaixuan

    Sin(x^2)+sin(y^2)=0
    The equation looks ok but the graph is all over the place

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    Samybencherif

    $y^2x^3=\cos \left(x^{2y}\right)$

    negative x axis is something to speak of.. Not sure if it's due to "noise" from low resolution graphing or the graph itself

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    Parker Mowery

    3pi*sin(x^y)=y does it before you zoom out. So much lag.

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    Ezra Seidel

    $\tan x^5=y^5$

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    Ezra Seidel

    $\gcd \left(x!,x!!\right)=y!$

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    Anders Urberg-Carlson

    This will destroy the world:
    tan(x)+tan(y)=tan(xy)

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    Harry Harrison

    x^sin(y) = y^sin(x) is still very cool despite this error.

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    Parker Mowery

    How about $y=\frac{d}{dx}x^2-3\sin \left(xy\right)$

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    Harry Harrison

    The simple ones are the best. Enter y = (x^y)*sin(y^x). This community of crazy graphs is one of the best corners of the internet.

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    Cameronho2015

    $\frac{3}{\sin \left(\tan \left(\sec x\right)\right)}=\frac{7}{\cos \left(\cot \left(\csc y\right)\right)}$

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    Harry Harrison

    $\frac{d}{dx}\sin \left(x^y\right)=\tan \left(y^{\tan \left(x^y\right)}\right)$

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    Dylan Honors

    $\lcm \left(x,4y\right)=\mod \left(x,4\right)y^2$

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    G Money

    cot(xy)=2

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    Стилиян Петров

    or maybe sum a n=0 *-1^n-x^2n+1/2n+1!*sin(y!

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    Стилиян Петров

    Try it!

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    Jplantiko

    i think i found a glitch in the matrix
    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/s2qpe42anl

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    Pedro Gómez

    press play and see the magic https://www.desmos.com/calculator/hx9tk1yh5l

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