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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    BraynBeats

    \frac{\frac{\sin x^3}{\tan x^2}}{y}=\tan y^2

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    Jmanmeneer

    This one is actually really majestic.

    \frac{\operatorname{floor}\left(\frac{\frac{\left(x^y\right)}{\operatorname{floor}\left(y^x\right)}}{\operatorname{mod}\left(2^y,20\right)}\right)}{y^x}=\frac{\operatorname{floor}\left(\frac{\frac{\left(y^x\right)}{\operatorname{floor}\left(x^y\right)}}{\operatorname{mod}\left(2^x,20\right)}\right)}{x^y}

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    Kerndr

    sin(xy)=0 is pretty intense

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    Kerndr

    and sin(xy)=sin(y)+sin(x) is cool

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    Creatorext

    try \operatorname{floor}\left(yx\right)=xy^2

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    Thurston Domina

    \operatorname{floor}\left(xy\right)-\left(xy\right)!=-1

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    Skilletrocks424

    x!!!=\tan\left(y\right)! works too

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    70654

    Try this:

    sin(x^y)=y^sin(x)

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    70654

    it totaly glitches desmos

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    70654

    also try x^y=sin(x^2)

    it doesn't bring up the message, but it looks really cool.

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    GlitchedGraph666

    \sin\left(\operatorname{floor}\left(\frac{x}{y^2}\right)\sin\left(\frac{\operatorname{floor}\left(x^2\right)}{\sin\left(x^{\frac{y}{2}}\right)}\right)\right)\cos\left(\sqrt{x\cdot\sin\left(y^2\right)}\right)=\cos\left(x^y\right)

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    GlitchedGraph666

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

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    Jacob Pe2960

    20 messy equations on one graph.

     

    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/mv1qzqnt0j 

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    mATT C
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    Ritterayfoh00

    simple, but it gives the message.

    \frac{y}{x}=x^{y^x}

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    Gabriel Bugg

    x^y\csc\left(y^x\right)=\frac{\left(x^y\sec\left(y^x\right)\right)^{xy}}{9}-\frac{\left(y^x\sec\left(x^y\right)\right)^{xy}}{9}

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    Youngcol000

    \cos\left(y+x\right)=\sin\left(y^5+x\right)

    THish here is a good one

     

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    Psychomaniac14

    My favourite example is sin(cos(tan(x)))=2(y^2)(x^2)+csc(y^2)

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    Psychomaniac14

    1=\left|\sin\left(xy\right)\right|

    it refuses to even show!

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    Psychomaniac14

    \sin\left(\cos\left(\tan\left(\csc\left(\sec\left(\cot\left(xy\right)\right)\right)\right)\right)\right)=1

    another one that won't load

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    mATT C

    y\le\operatorname{round}\left(\left(\sum_{n=1}^{\operatorname{round}\left(\left|\frac{0}{y}+x\sin\left(\prod_{a=1}^{\left|x\right|+1}a\left(-1\right)^a\sin a\right)\right|+1\right)}\frac{n\sin\left(n\right)^n}{2}\right)\right)

    Zoom out three times

    Now that hurts

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    GD TheProGamer711

    cos(x)=-1 will show up for a sec then just vanish and never reappear...

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    Gavmanno (Gavmanno)

    This is sure interesting

    \frac{\sqrt{x^2+y^2}\tan\left(x^2+y^2\right)}{4}=\sin\left(y\right)

     

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    25jw0157

    I thank your some of your functions and equations to create this: https://www.desmos.com/calculator/frfgddorer 

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    GlitchedGraph666

    xy\pi\sin\left(x^y\right)+\cos\left(x\cdot2\right)=\tan\left(x^2\right)+x^2\cdot\sin\left(\sqrt{\pi^{\cos\left(x\cdot y\right)}}\right)

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    GlitchedGraph666

    x\cdot\cos\left(y+x^y\right)\pi+\sin\left(x\cdot y^{\cos\left(x\cdot666\right)}\right)=\cos\left(x+y\right)

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    Aboldi19

    Impossible: \frac{1}{2}<\operatorname{floor}\left(\operatorname{mod}\left(\operatorname{floor}\left(\frac{y}{17}\cdot2^{\left(-17\cdot\operatorname{floor}\left(x\right)-\operatorname{mod}\left(\operatorname{floor}\left(y\right),17\right)\right)}\right),2\right)\right)

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    Xinli Dai the Pi Guy
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    First Last

    Here are two:

    1. csc(x)=x
    2. sec(x)=x
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    First Last

    The graphing calculator can graph fine detail for the equation 1=nCr(x,y) but it can't

    1=nCr(|x|,y)
    1=nCr(x,|y|)

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    1=nCr(|x|,|y|)

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