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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    Liueri

    Also, compare \frac{\left(\sin x\right)}{\left(\sin y\right)\left(\tan y\right)}=\frac{\left(\cos x\right)}{\left(\cos y\right)\tan x} TO \sin \left(\left|y\right|\right)=\frac{\left(\left|\frac{\sin x}{\sin y}\right|\right)}{\left(\left|\frac{\cos x}{\cos y}\right|\right)} 

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    Daniela Martin

    omg try xyxyyx=xyyxyx

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    Nebbybear21

    This one is amazing! \sin \left(x\right)\cdot \cos \left(x\right)\cdot \sin \left(xy\right)=0

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    Cbushofsky

    Excuse me. Try this \sqrt{x}\frac{d}{dx}v\operatorname{abs}\left(x^3\right)=\operatorname{mod}\left(\frac{\left(\left(\operatorname{floor}\left(xy^{x!x}!\int _2^vxdx\sum _{n=x}^3y\operatorname{ceil}\left(\operatorname{stdev}\left(x,3\right)\operatorname{abs}\left(x\cot \left(y\right)\right)\right)\right)\prod _{n=0}^vx^y!y\beta +\sin x\right)^{\operatorname{floor}\left(xy^{x!x}!\int _2^vxdx\sum _{n=x}^3y\operatorname{ceil}\left(\operatorname{stdev}\left(x,3\right)\operatorname{abs}\left(x\cot \left(y\right)\right)\right)\right)\prod _{n=0}^vx^y!y\beta +\sin x}\right)}{\sqrt{x}\frac{d}{dx}v\operatorname{abs}\left(x^3\right)+\frac{\left(-b+\sqrt{b^2-4ac}\right)}{2a}},2\sqrt{x}\frac{d}{dx}v\operatorname{abs}\left(x^3\right)+\frac{\left(-b+\sqrt{b^2-4ac}\right)}{2a}\right)

     

    b=5

    a=-3.4

    c=4.1

    beta=5.2

    v=8.58

    Edited by Cbushofsky
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    cubong

    no sin(x^2+y^2)=cos(xy) is far worse

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    Dan Steadman 12

    $y=\log _{\left(\sin \left(\left|x\right|\right)\right)}\left(\left(\left|x\right|\right)^{\sin y}\right)$ pretty crazy! also, 

    $y=\log _xx^y$

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    IAnthonyIsAwesome

    1-\left(x-\operatorname{floor}\left(x\right)\right)=1-\left(y-\operatorname{floor}\left(y\right)\ \right) is another example.

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    Gerbersnail

    Get on my level. y=0.4x^{\frac{x}{\frac{yxxxxxxxxxxx}{\frac{y^2}{xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx+\frac{\frac{x}{y}}{x}}}}^{y^{yx^{xxxxxxxxx\frac{y}{x}}}}}

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    INiklus 123

    y=x-(absolute value of x+absolute value of y) also works

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    Xinli Dai the Pi Guy

    for all those who did not understand the /left things and such, here is a website for latex equations. just copy and paste the equation without the dollar signs.

    Online LaTeX Equation Editor - create, integrate, and download

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    Jakesoliman

    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/rlwwax8alc has like ALL of these.

    KRAZY!!

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    Alexanderaschneider64

    x^(2y)=((sin(y)/cos(x^(2))tan(x/y^(2))3.0*10^(8)

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    Maxim

    y!=\frac{\sqrt{\pi }\cdot \left(2x\right)!}{4^x\cdot \left(x-.5\right)!}

     

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    Maxim

    y!=\frac{\sqrt{\pi }\cdot \left(2x\right)!}{4^x\cdot \left(x-.5\right)!}

     

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    Jakesoliman

    (xy)!=1

     

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    Jakesoliman

    mod(h,|x|). the tunnel of doom!

     

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    Michal Nemecek

    (x!)^(y!)=1

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    Michal Nemecek

    x!=y!

     

     

    zoom in at (0.46163215,0.46163215)

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    Jakesoliman

    \tan x=\tan y & ZOOM OUT

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    Cldonkin

    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/baryjxe3d2 
    a whole bunch of trig equations

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    Maxim

    \sum _{n=1}^{1000}\left(\frac{1}{x}\cos \left(nx\right)\right)

     

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    Az

    x!=y! is another one

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    Dwisell18

    \frac{5\left(x-y\right)}{\left(x-y\right)}=5

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    DANTE S.K.

    y^{xa}=\sin \left(x^2\right)

     

    Set a to slider and click play. The transitions are awesome.

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    17dstephan

    y^a+x^a=4

    a=\left[-100,\ -99,...,\ 100\right]

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    Jericho Hakurei

    \sin ^2x+2

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    Luke

    I did (sin x^2) + cos y^2 = 1. RIP computer

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    Aidan Hansen

    y=\prod _{n=x}^6y

    ok

     

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    Bob Ralker

    \cos x^y=\sin \left(\cot \left(y^x\right)\right) is absolutely insane!!!!

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    Alvin Yang

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

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