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.
Unresolved Detail In Plotted Equations

Leo s. y!!x!!=\frac{x!!}{y!!}

Leo s. \frac{\left\frac{x!}{y!}\right}{\frac{x!}{y!}}=\frac{\lefty!!!x!!!\right}{y!!!x!!!}
very detailed graph

Tanksear Industries \operatorname{mod}\left(\cos\left(\sin\left(x\right)\right),\sin\left(\cos\left(x\right)\right)\right)\le\frac{\cos y}{\sin x}

Tanksear Industries 
Tanksear Industries https://www.desmos.com/calculator/mb6kfm7zqt
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Tanksear Industries \frac{xxyx}{\sin\left(yx\right)}=x!
This one is fun to play around with. You can experiment with negatives, extra factorials, replacing x with y or vice versa, etc.

Tanksear Industries This is an experiment to test if I can do this correctly.
<a href="https://www.desmos.com/calculator">Calculator</a>

Tanksear Industries I guess I can't.
So what's the point of being able to put in code?!

Tanksear Industries \sin\left(\operatorname{mod}\left(x,y\right)\right)=\frac{x}{y}
This one's very neat and tidy if you zoom out a bit.

Tanksear Industries \operatorname{mod}\left(x!,y\right)=\operatorname{mod}\left(y!,x\right)

Tanksear Industries \cos\left(\frac{yx}{xxx}\right)=\sin\left(\frac{yx}{x}\right)

GlitchedGraph666 https://www.desmos.com/calculator/6f5g2lpa3s
Zoom out a bit

GlitchedGraph666 
Jonahscott2020 https://www.desmos.com/calculator/9hnqckpf0v Here we have a 3D graph. You may use it for your own experimentation. Just don't say you made it yourself, unless you actually did. "a" rotates the graph left to right. "b" rotates the graph up and down. "c" spins the graph clockwise and counterclockwise. "n" affects the amount of lines in the equation. "s" is the graph's multiplier. "l" affects the size of axes (plural form of "axis", not "ax"). "a_l" affects the length of the axes. Deleting any of the equations will result in failure to compute the graph. Equations that are safe to mess with are 1, 20, and 21. (Note: messing with 20 and 21 could result in messing up everything.)

Jonahscott2020 Also, to find what axis is which, set equation 1 to f\left(x,y\right)=\left(\left(x+y\right)\right)+\frac{x}{6}\frac{y^2}{6}. The graph will align with the yaxis. The parabola will stretch towards the zaxis. The remaining axis is your xaxis.

Youravgtrash \csc\left(x\right)\ge\cot\left(y\right)
\csc\left(x\right)\ge\cot\left(y\right)
\csc\left(y\right)\ge\cot\left(x\right)
\csc\left(y\right)\ge\cot\left(x\right)
put these all at the same color and you have a work of art

Blubyrd999 sin(xy)=y

Tanksear Industries \arctan\left(x\right)\frac{\sin yx}{\cos x}=\tan y

Tanksear Industries 
Lily Johnson apparently 2^x=4^{x2} as well.

Linus Truver y^{6\log\left(x\right)}=5x^{\cos\left(\tan\left(8y\right)\right)}\sum_{n=2}^xy

Linus Truver @Jonahscott2020 That is some black magic fuckery right there, well done my guy

DarkfangGaming $x\sin\left(xx+x\right)=\lefty!\cdot x!\cdot2!\cdot1!\right$

Minh Tran Ngoc Hai y=x^(x(x)^2+(y))

Minh Tran Ngoc Hai https://www.desmos.com/calculator/8igzso4vhz
zoom out it will hurt your eyes

Asher Ding y=1^y

Aiyu \tan\left(xy\right)=\tan\left(\pi\right)

GlitchedGraph666 x^2\cdot\sin\left(y^2\right)=\prod_{n=0}^y\left(n+x+\cos\left(y\right)\right)

GlitchedGraph666 When tested with Microsoft Edge, it crashes. https://www.desmos.com/calculator/oiao5aijpw

ThatOneGuy https://www.desmos.com/calculator/zhhaamgtho
a doodle to kill time
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