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Mar
5
comment Is there a site to draw a curve and get the equivalent equation?
Very good, Senex, thank you. But I like Weaam solution more, because I have more control to adjust it (closer to a sinoid vs. closer to a straight line).
Mar
5
comment Is there a site to draw a curve and get the equivalent equation?
@Weaam, please put your solution as an answer, so I'll accept it in two days, if no one shows such a website.
Mar
5
comment Is there a site to draw a curve and get the equivalent equation?
Actually, it could continue horizontally. But I'm not worried about it. My domain now is between 0 and 4. Thank you, @abiessu.
Mar
5
comment Is there a site to draw a curve and get the equivalent equation?
Thanks, but Weaam solution above seems easier to implement, and fits perfectly to my curve.
Mar
5
comment Is there a site to draw a curve and get the equivalent equation?
@Weaam Your example worked perfectly, thanks! fooplot.com/…
Mar
5
comment Is there a site to draw a curve and get the equivalent equation?
@abiessu The continuation you refer to doesn't make much sense in my simulation. It could continue as a horizontal line, or aproach y=0 and y=1, like a limit.
Mar
5
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Mar
5
comment Is there a site to draw a curve and get the equivalent equation?
If it doesn't exist yet, yes. It would be very useful for some tasks (like create simulation games).
Mar
5
asked Is there a site to draw a curve and get the equivalent equation?
Jul
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
13
accepted test if vertical line intersects another
Jan
13
comment test if vertical line intersects another
I think you can put this as an answer... Thanks!
Jan
13
asked test if vertical line intersects another
Dec
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awarded  Caucus
Jul
18
answered Some examples of applications of Game Theory
Jun
9
awarded  Student
Jun
9
comment Why is $\sin(\pi/6) = 0.5$?
Exactly my question... the "niceness" of 1/2, and also of the 30 degrees or pi/6... It could be that sin(29.451364571234...) would be 1/2... but @JimmyK4542 answer explained it well. There is such beauty in such "simple" matters that I still wonder how many mysteries we may draw from there...
Jun
9
comment Why is $\sin(\pi/6) = 0.5$?
There is a reason why we have 2 legs, not 4, but it's not as simple and elegant as geometry... :)
Jun
9
comment Why is $\sin(\pi/6) = 0.5$?
I was using the length of the bisector as 1, thus my confusion. Thank you all!
Jun
9
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