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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    Tanksear Industries
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    Tanksear Industries
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    Christopher Hart

    cos x^y+sin y^x=cos xy+sin xy

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    Daemon Morrisoneagan

    WHAT THE HELL DID I DO (press play next to the "a" variable, close that sidebar, and watch it go down until it "a" = 500)

    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/pdku07b22i

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    Boone Goodgame

    \cos\left(xy^{\cos6}\right)=\arctan\left(\arctan\left(\sin\left(6^2y\right)\right)\right)

    kinda terryifing 3d illusion. (try replacing all the 6's with "a" and moving the slider )

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    Ethan Brown

    This one is weirdly Beautiful y=\sqrt[\sin\left(yx\right)]{x}

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    Endy

    \frac{\left(x^2+y^2\right)}{xy+1}=\frac{y^y}{\frac{\cos(y^2)}{\sin(x^2)}}x^x 

    This actually gives me trypophobia holy crap

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    Daemon Morrisoneagan
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    F m*a (A/S*cosa)

    \left(\sin^2\left(x\right)-\cos^2\left(y\right)\right)^2-\left(\sin^2\left(y\right)-\cos^2\left(x\right)\right)^2=0   use zoom to 10^-8

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    Lking22

    \operatorname{arcsec}y\le\tan\left(\left|\left(\sec\left(\left|x\right|\right)\left(\frac{y}{x}\right)\right)\right|\right)

     

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    Lking22

    \left|\frac{\left|\tan x\right|}{\operatorname{arcsec}y}\right|x=\cot\left(\frac{y}{\left(\frac{x}{y}\right)}\left(\frac{\operatorname{arcsec}\left(y\right)}{\left|xy\right|}\right)\right)

     

     

     

    its pretty neat

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    Lking22

    \frac{\left|\operatorname{arcsec}x\right|}{\cot y}=\cos\left(\frac{x}{y}\left|x\right|\right)x

     

    UwU

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    Anti Social Moth

    I am gay

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    Pat and Josh Wang

    If you put more factorials on either side like x! = y!! or x!! = y! or x!!! = y!!!, it will look like an underground camp in the negitave sides. x!!! = y!!! is my fav

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    david snyder

    x^{\sin\left(y\right)}=\sin\left(x\right)

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    Campbell Madsen

    Pretty cool ones:

    $\operatorname{gcf}\left(x,y\right)=\arctan y^2x^2$ <--- looks epic

    $\frac{\arctan x^2}{\operatorname{lcm}\left(x,xy^2\right)}=\tan xy$<--- that one design you have been seeing but then you zoom in and it is weird

    $\log_x\left(\operatorname{gcf}\left(x,y\right)\right)=\frac{\tan xy}{\sin xy}$ <--- zoom out

    $\frac{\tan x}{\sin y}=\frac{\cos x}{\tan x^2}$

    $\operatorname{floor}\left(x\right)^{-2}=\operatorname{ceil}\left(y\right)^2$ <---- literally 8 lines

    $\frac{\exp\left(x^2\right)}{\operatorname{floor}\left(y\right)}=\frac{y^2}{\cos x+\tan y}$ <--- mega ladder

     

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    keegan watson

    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/ucbkksn3cb Doesn't have unresolved detail, but turns the graph black

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    Alkane Productions

    try x/y * y/x=1 I don't even know how to explain it.

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    Dvd Pr

    e^x = 0

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    Jacob Hansen-Blum
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    Luke747

    y=\tan\left(\tan\left(\frac{\sin\left(\cos\left(\tan x\right)\right)}{y}\right)\right)

    IDK what this even is

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    Jesse Boyd

    e^(|x-x^2+ln(x)|)-6x=y+ln y

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    Wkitor

    log_x(y)=1/(log_y(x))

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    Adam Babieradzki

    y/x^2=cos(xy) is pretty cool

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