Lover’s Math

Saturday 6. October, 2007

If you happen to own a graphical calculator or plotter software, try what following functions look like:

f(x)=sqrt(1-(sqrt(x^2)-1)^2)

g(x)=-3sqrt(1-sqrt(sqrt(x^2)/2))

Or these

f(x)=2/3*((x^2+sqrt(x^2)-6)/(x^2+sqrt(x^2)+2)-sqrt(36-x^2))

g(x)=2/3*((x^2+sqrt(x^2)-6)/(x^2+sqrt(x^2)+2)+sqrt(36-x^2))

Note: the sqrt(x^2) is the same thing as |x|, but as most calculators don’t have |x|-function, I replaced it with sqrt(x^2) which is also always positive.

(I guess WordPress doesn’t have tools for mathematical expressions?)

Edit: Add missing ) to the last g(x)

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2 Responses to “Lover’s Math”

  1. pizer Says:

    sure it does:
    \frac{1}{\sqrt{\pi x^2}}

  2. sexercise song Says:

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