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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    Kyle Drang

    try this one

     

     

    \frac{d\tan \left(x^2\right)}{g\tan \left(a^2\right)}+\frac{f\tan \left(y^2\right)}{h\tan \left(b^2\right)}\ \ge 1

     

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    Neeleyl9565

    I'm back.

     

    Stairs: \operatorname{floor}\left(\operatorname{ceil}\left(x\right)\right)=\operatorname{ceil}\left(\operatorname{floor}\left(y\right)\right)

     

    kewl stripes: \sin \left(\cos \left(\tan \left(\csc \left(\sec \left(\cot \left(\operatorname{floor}\left(\operatorname{ceil}\left(xy\right)\right)\right)\right)\right)\right)\right)\right)>\frac{\operatorname{floor}\left(\frac{x}{y}\right)\operatorname{ceil}\left(\frac{y}{x}\right)}{xyxy}

     

    A tear in space: 10\le \operatorname{floor}\left(\frac{x}{y}\right)yx

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    Raffy Tabingo

    lcm(x,y)/gcf(x,y) = 0

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    Matthew Hardesty Jr

    Sqrt(2+x)•sqrt(2+x)=2+x
    Is pretty odd.

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    Chethanmachandra

    Try

    f(y) = -sin(y) (Turn off color)

    f(xy) = sin(xy)

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    Neeleyl9565

    I destroyed Desmos using memes.

     

    \cot \left(now\cdot this\cdot is\cdot a\cdot story\cdot all\cdot about\cdot how\cdot my\cdot life\cdot got\cdot flipped\cdot turned\cdot upside\cdot down\right)=x

     

    Be sure to click "all".

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    Leo Needleman

    \cos \left(\sin \left(\tan \left(\frac{\sin \left(\tan \left(x!^{\cos \left(\frac{x}{\tau !\pi !}\right)}\right)\right)}{\sin \left(\cos \left(\left|\tan \left(\frac{\pi !}{y}\right)\right|\right)\right)}\right)\right)\right)^2=\sin \left(\cos \left(\tan \left(\frac{\cos \left(\tan \left(y!^{\left(\sin \left(\frac{y}{\sqrt{\tau \ }\sqrt{\pi }}\right)\right)}\right)\right)}{\cos \left(\sin \left(\left|\tan \left(\frac{\pi !}{x}\right)\right|\right)\right)}\right)\right)\right)^2

     

    Wow. Really big.

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    Wombatnaynay2

    The fact I found this one in eighth grade makes me confused

    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/ikkrav7l2z

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    Neeleyl9565
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    Lee Zao

    and also y = root x *mod(x,y)

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    Chethanmachandra

    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/lo9r4f3ybt 

    MWAHAHAAAAAA DESMOS WILL DIE UNDER MY COPY AND PASTING OF THE MAJORITY OF THE COMMENTS ON THE FIRST PAGE!!!!!!! DIE DESMOS!!!!

    seriously, I copied and pasted a bunch of your suggestions onto this one evil graph, I also added a rose curve where the variable is always changing

     

    It may take a while to load, it's so slow with all the graphing insanity

    Edited by Chethanmachandra
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    creepercraft97T3

    I made an equation that gives you 2 numbers: x and y, but x is exactly 1 higher than y. I added a plus one to the end of it and got an INSANE graph with dots and lines EVERYWHERE! The weird thing, though, is the space that is almost completely empty. So weird.

    Well, anyways, here is the equation

    x/(x-y)=y/(x-y)+1

    <!> WARNING: <!>

    Because of how insane the graph is, it is EXTREMELY LAGGY!!!

    Here is a link to the graph: (I deleted graph as I made another with 3 more versions of the same equation below)

    Edited by creepercraft97T3
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    creepercraft97T3

    I have 3 more graphs already! LOL!!! (I wonder if I will take this forums over like the cool commands minecraft forum)

    Anyway, here are the graphs:

    #1: EQUATION: sqrt(sin(x))=cos(y)   GRAPH: https://www.desmos.com/calculator/jpo5mzxise

    #2: EQUATION: sin(x)*cos(y)=0   GRAPH: https://www.desmos.com/calculator/mc4efuuvhb

    #3: (This one doesn't have a graph because it kills DESMOS)

    EQUATION: (x^x^x/x^x^y/x^y^x/x^y^y/y^x^x/y^x^y/y^y^x/y^y^y)=0

    Edited by creepercraft97T3
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    Henry Lee

    (xy)!!(y!!)^(x!!)=(xy)!(x!!)^(y!!)

    is a good one 

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    Amerus of Mairon

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

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    Brycehawken

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

    Rather cool

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    Marcbartolabac130243

    Solve this and I will give you a NOBEL PRIZE:

    Show that:

    (d/dx((x-1)!)=Σ(y on top,n=0 below)nx^(n-1)

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    Marcbartolabac130243
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    creepercraft97T3

    I made SEVEN more variations of the equation and put them all in one graph. It gives you a complete picture of what the graph would look like.

    I will not be posting the equations here, sadly.

    This is the graph: https://www.desmos.com/calculator/v5lch8jjqb

    The line represents the places the equation IS NOT true.

    (I redid this entire post, just saying)

    Edited by creepercraft97T3
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    伊藤那由多

    @Marcbartolabac130243

    It was actually impossible to solve.

     

    First, we have to check how each part of the expression is interpreted in Desmos.

    d/dx means derivative, as we know.

    x! seems to be interpreted as Γ(x+1), so the (x-1)! on the left side is actually Γ(x).

    Therefore, the left side actually says Γ'(x).

    Next, the right side. We have to determine what fractional sigma means. (How can we calculate the right side if y=2.3?)

    With some experiments, I discovered that fractional number above or below sigma is actually rounded to the nearest integer. For example, if y=2.3, the sum adds up n=0, n=1, and n=2.

    Now the problem gets completely interpreted to an infinite set of the equations:

    Solve Γ'(x)=0 for x.

    Solve Γ'(x)=1 for x.

    Solve Γ'(x)=2x+1 for x.

    Solve Γ'(x)=3x^2+2x+1 for x.

    Solve Γ'(x)=4x^3+3x^2+2x+1 for x.

    ...

    Obviously, this is impossible to solve analytically.

     

     

     

    And my graph is:

    \sin xy=\tan xy

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    creepercraft97T3

    Wait, was this for the equation below?

    x/(x-y)=y/(x-y)+1

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    Marcbartolabac130243

    Nope.
    (thanks asian guy)
    (sorry for being racist)
    Anyway...
    I think I solved your laggy equations!😁
    I also know why desmos lags here.
    Here, I replaced all the Xs with As and Ys with Bs on the left side.
    I made it self explanatory in the graph so...
    What else to...

    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/imkwri5lq1

    Trust me
    YOU WILL BE IMPRESSED!

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    David Robillard

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

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    Allison36382

    fix it then!!!

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    Cldonkin

    I made this for a project in PreCalc sophomore year in an attempt to use the flower in a project but honestly its just fun to watch 

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

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    Cldonkin

    i spend way too much time going through this forum

    have another graph!

    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/peswkjo7h3 

    edit 

    i've already posted this graph here, who knew? clearly not me...

    Edited by Cldonkin
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    David Robillard

    \operatorname{mod}\left(y^x,x^y\right)=\operatorname{mod}\left(x^y,y^x\right)

    \cos \left(y^xx^y\right)=\sin \left(y^xx^y\right)

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    David Robillard
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    Roxas Hikari (ロクサス)

    15\sin \left(\frac{65x^4-81x^3+2x^2-52x-250}{343x^3-3x^2+3x+15\left(.056\right)^{3x\left(\cos \left(54y-3x^y\right)\right)}}\right)=\frac{y\sin \pi ^x}{3}

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    GD TheProGamer711

    Hmmmmmmmmm...

    \operatorname{mad}\left(xy!\right)=\tan \left(\cos \left(yx!\right)\right)

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