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11-29-2015
06:41 AM

11-29-2015
06:41 AM

Graph of the function - why it is so angular ? How to make it as a normal sinus function ?

Why it is so angular ? How to make it as a normal sinus function ? Thank You for help.

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12-01-2015
09:57 AM

12-01-2015
09:57 AM

Re: Graph of the function - why it is so angular ? How to make it as a normal sinus function ?

Input please

t := 0deg,1deg..360deg

Your range variable, t, is defined without an increment. That means you get the default increment of 1, so t only takes the values 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. Include an increment in the range variable.

t := 0,1.. 6.18 (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 rad - only 7 points on the plot - but needed more)

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Your range variable, t, is defined without an increment. That means you get the default increment of 1, so t only takes the values 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. Include an increment in the range variable.

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12-01-2015
10:33 AM

12-01-2015
10:33 AM

Re: Graph of the function - why it is so angular ? How to make it as a normal sinus function ?