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I wonder what it's derivative is?
 
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#26

saltyfries (10/01/2013) [+] (3 replies)
to the description
the derivative of sin (if I remember correctly) is cos
also that was a very lame joke for a description OP
the derivative of sin (if I remember correctly) is cos
also that was a very lame joke for a description OP
#55

elmilius (10/01/2013) [] kinda looks like the animation style for lifeless objects in the early cartoons of disney
#58

waitiknowthisone (10/01/2013) []
I wish it were lower and cutting cars in half if they didn't drive through with just the right timing
#50

damnfaithlessdogs (10/01/2013) []
Reminds me of the old Disney cartoons where all the trees, animals, and object dance at the same beat.
#25

okiedokes (10/01/2013) [+] (8 replies)
Not uncommon for Calgary. Gets so damn windy here. That day it was 100km winds.
#10

wootshop (10/01/2013) []
the derivative of any sine wave is the cosine wave (including other rules like the product rule, the quotient rule, and the chain rule)
so this derivative is obviously 42
so this derivative is obviously 42
#45

propanex ONLINE (10/01/2013) []
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#40

squalllionhart (10/01/2013) []
www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qm8PH4xAss it goes pretty good with this