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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    Will Herrington

    solving for x

    x=csc^-2(1)

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    앵그리버디

    For more crazy one, sin(y^2)=arcsin(cot(x^2))

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    Karen Poppy

    x^100=5

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    zachary h

    y=\csc\left(\sec\left(\tan\left(\cos\left(\sin\left(x^x\right)\right)\right)\right)\right) is not unresolved, but it will give you lots of lag

     

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    Hbaxter9219

    \frac{x^y}{6}=\tan\left(\frac{4x}{6}\right)\cos\left(3\pi\cdot\frac{\sqrt{x}}{y}\right)

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    None

    ytan(x)=xtan(y) looks wierd, and is symmetrical with curvy lines from the origin out...

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    None

    Beware of lag...

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

    this has 64 equations

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    None

    tan(x)^y=y^2-x

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    Fwalker22

    Or y=x^y^x

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    None

    Dear Fwalker22,

         Your most recent equation does not end up saying, “This equation contains fine detail that has not been fully resolved.Learn more.”

                              Sincerely,

                                           Josh The Wolf

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    None

    tan(xy)=tan(x/y) does work though

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    None

    y=(x^2/csc(y))-tan(y)+(sin(x)^cos(xy^2)) looks wierd

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    None

    y=(x^2/csc(y))-tan(y) and y=(x^2/csc(y)) both are strange

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    None

    x=(x^2/csc(y))

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    RT4832

    Challenge accepted

    \frac{\frac{\frac{\frac{\log\left(\frac{\sin\left(xy\right)}{x!!}\right)}{\sin\left(\cos\left(\frac{xy!}{\pi}\right)\right)}!!!}{\frac{\sin x}{\frac{x}{\frac{x}{\frac{x}{\frac{x}{\frac{x}{y}\pi}\pi}\pi}\pi}x!y!}\pi}}{\cos\left(\pi x^{\pi^x}\right)}xy^{xy^{\cos\left(xy\pi^{\pi}\right)}}}{xy!^{\frac{\pi}{\frac{\pi}{\frac{\pi}{\pi}x}x}x}}=0

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    RT4832

    we need more equations

    i already tried out almost all of them xd

    Edited by RT4832
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    RT4832

    equations to use:

    0=x^{20}

    \frac{\operatorname{arctanh}\left(x^{22}\right)}{\cos\left(xy\right)}=0

    \operatorname{arctanh}\left(\operatorname{arctanh}\left(\tan\left(xy\right)\right)\right)=0

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

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

    \frac{\tan\left(x!\right)}{\cos\left(\pi^x\right)}=\cos\left(xy\right)^x

    \frac{\tan\left(x^{xx}\right)}{x!\cos\left(x^y\right)}=y

    \frac{\tan\left(\tan\left(\tan\left(\tan\left(\tan x\right)\right)\right)\right)}{\tan\left(y\right)}=0

    \cosh\left(xy\right)=xx^{1000}

    \frac{\tanh\left(x^{9999^{9999^{9999}}}\right)}{\cosh\left(y!\right)}!^{xxx}=y

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    Melanie Green

    I like combining these! 

    this one doesn't work well:

    y=7\sin(6xy)

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    None

    RT4832,

    I LOVE THAT FIRST EQUATION!!! It is awesome!

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    None

    This doesn’t have unresolved detail, but it is awesome.

    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/e24amhkpjl

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    238015

    Italy=10x^{2^y}

    I tried.

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    40724hof

    \sin x=\tan\left(y\cdot\cos yx\right)
    or just type:

    sinx=tan(y*cosyx)

    breaks the entire system

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    40724hof,

    wow that hurts my brain

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    238015

    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/7essyhpekx

    I combined 2 crazy ones and changed them to the same color. The result was Ouch.

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    None

    y^x=tan(yx)

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    Daniel Penrod

    y^{y^{xx}}=x^{x^{yy}} does that, looks cool too!

    \sin\left(3x\right)=\tan\left(y\right) looks like some Ramen.

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    Tuttlrow000

    tan(xy)=pi^xy

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    618330

    I just tried 6^x+5 = 9

    I don't know what happened

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    Faelynn Allegro
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    None

    That is awesome!

     

    y=(tan((x^2)+2^x))y^9^(xy^2)xxy

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