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Re: Can you reproduce the 3D graph in the ticalc.org logo?

Frank A. Nothaft
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Yeah.
It said how to somewhere on here at some time...
I'm working on updating QuadForm in a way that could blow some peoples minds...

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7 June 2003, 04:31 GMT


Re: Can you reproduce the 3D graph in the ticalc.org logo?

nyall
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The graph looks like it is symetric around the zaxis: The further you go out from the zaxis the smaller it gets, but it is still wavy, so I think it is an exponentially decreasing sinusoid (or cosinusoid)
To see this in 2d graph y(x) = A*e^(B*x) * cos(C*x)
Pick reasonable values for the Constants.
but instead of x we have distance from the z axis, so replace the xs in the above 2d formula with the distance formula to get:
z(x,y) = A*e^(B*sqrt(x^2+y^2))* cos(C*sqrt(x^2+y^2))
And if you think about it some more the square root operators would not be needed to get radial symetry.
Any other theories?

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7 June 2003, 07:13 GMT


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