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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    Monkey D Luffy

    \cos \left(xy^2\right)=\arctan \left(\sin \left(3yx\right)\right)

    interesting...

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    Monkey D Luffy

    \tan \left(yx^2\right)=\cos \left(x^{10}-2y^x\right)

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    MJ Kim

    y^{x!}=x

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    Bombz z

    x^2+y^2=\cos \left(x^2y^2\right) apperantly...

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    InfernoGaming1

    What is the money sign for when doing functions?

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    InfernoGaming1

    Also Try

    $ y>= |sin x| |cos y| |tan x| |csc y| |sec x| |cot y| $

    $ y>= – |sin x| |cos y| |tan x| |csc y| |sec x| |cot y| $

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    Bombz z

    \left(\tan x\right)\left(\tan y\right)=a

    change the a value all you want

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    Tiyer283

    Another equation is : y=yx^yx

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    Kang Oedin
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    Monkey D Luffy

    world of blocks

    \operatorname{round}\left(\cos \left(y^2\right)\right)=\operatorname{round}\left(\sin \left(x\right)\right)

    or 

    \operatorname{round}\left(\cos \left(y^2\right)\right)=\operatorname{round}\left(\sin \left(x^2\right)\right)

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    Alex Post

    x squared+y squared+= round(x squared+y squared). A beautiful one. So is x*y=round(x*y) The round command can be used a lot to break this.

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    Mr A.

    Crazy but cool at the same time - 

    y=\sin \left(x-y^2\right)\left(y-x^2\right)

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    Jhuber

    navagate the green dot up without hitting the red lines https://www.desmos.com/calculator/c4hnr3hyup 

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    Jhuber

    also the lines that makes a heart doesn't count

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    Jhuber

    mod(cos(x),sin(x))

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    Jhuber

    this one has limits and what I call flareons https://www.desmos.com/calculator/gbhhofzbrv 

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    Cobalt

    Some cool ones:

    \tan \left(\sqrt{\left|x\right|}\right)=\tan \left(\sqrt{\left|y\right|}\right)

    \tan \left(x!\cdot y!\right)^2=1    <---This one lags alot but is very cool

    \tan \left(yx\right)=-x

    \sqrt{\left(x-y\right)}=\frac{\tan \left(x^2\right)}{\tan \left(y\right)}   <---This one looks like a footprint

    \tan \left(x+y\right)^{\tan \left(e\right)}=\frac{\tan \left(y-x\right)}{2}   <---This one looks like the ocean

    \tan \left(\operatorname{floor}\left(x\right)\right)\le \tan \left(\frac{\operatorname{ceil}\left(y\right)}{\operatorname{sign}\left(y\right)}\right)    <---This one is pixelated

    \tan \left(xyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxy\right)=1

    \tan \left(x^2+y^2\right)=\sin \left(x\right)

    \frac{\csc \left(x\right)}{\operatorname{floor}\left(y\right)}=\frac{\sqrt[3]{\frac{xy}{2}}}{\operatorname{ceil}\left(x\right)}

    \frac{\tan x^2}{\tan y^2}>\frac{\tan y^2}{\tan x^2}  <---True chaos

    \left|\sin \left(x^2-y^2\right)\right|=\sin \left(x+y\right)+\cos \left(x\cdot y\right)

    x^2\cos (x)=y\tan (y)

    \sin \left(x^2+y^2\right)=\cos \left(x\cdot y\right)   <---This one looks like an atom

    e^{\sin \left(x\right)+\cos \left(y\right)}=\sin \left(e^{x+y}\right)   <---My favorite

    \sinh x^2\ge \operatorname{floor}\left(6y\right)

    \frac{\sin x}{\operatorname{ceil}\left(y\right)}=\frac{\sqrt{\frac{\sin y}{\operatorname{floor}\left(x\right)}}}{\sqrt{\frac{\sin x}{\operatorname{floor}\left(y\right)}}}

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

    \sin \left(7x\right)^2=\left(\sin \left(y\right)^2\cdot \tan \left(x\right)^2\right)

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    Evan Bailey

    Not really that cool, but still has unresolved detail:

        Copy into Desmos:

            y=\sqrt{3x+100\cos \left(y^2\right)}

        Standard Formatting:

            y=sqrt(3x+100cos(y^2))

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    Cobalt

    Best way to crash your CPU:

    tan(x!*y!)=1

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    Wul531826

    try tan(x!y!)^(x!y!)=1

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    Jhuber

    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/28kaxgqagi try to figure out how to make a code and look for squares.

     

    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/hbrjlel3re enjoy my fake galixcy 

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    Jhuber
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    NathoMIL1416- Coding Tutorials Minecraft and More!

    For some PURE INSANITY: sin(cos(tan(x^2)))=sin(cos(tan(y^2)

    For ALL the circles possible: sin(x^2)=cos(y^2)

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    Jet Taylor

    Go to my other post. Please.

    Edited by Jet Taylor
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    Jet Taylor

    0=\sin xy

    Little function, big impact.

    *POW*

    0=\sin \left(x\right)\sin \left(y\right)

    My computer ran slower.

    1=a_1\sinx\cosx+a_2\sinx\cosy+a_3\siny\cosx+a_4\siny\cosy

    I got drowned by the ocean.

    Edited by Jet Taylor
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    Adam Jelinsky

    try  (x^2-y^2)^2+(xy)^2=(x^2+y^2)^2

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    菅原悠人

    This draws countless ∞.

    sin(x)!=cos(y)

     

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    Jhuber

    Press play for crasyness

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    Liam Watson

    y=x^{y^x}-y^{x^y}

     

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