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#30

iamjustheretoroll (12/13/2012) []
**iamjustheretoroll rolled a random image posted in comment #119593 at Ponyville ** ******* GeoGebra, how does it work?
#110

datdonkey (12/13/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Now take the derivative of all those functions, what would that look like?
#129

tyroneisanigger (12/13/2012) []
I'm so ******* glad that this year is my last math class I am required to take in high school. Although my guidance counselor will probably want to put me in another and that's not going to happen. **** math, gave me a major migrane every single ******* time I walked into the math room. The dim lights, the numbers everywhere, the teacher speaking in a foreign language of explaining numbers/equations/formulas, the hands on the clock slowing down as the class progresses and it feels endless. the grey notveryappealing to the eyes desks. I hate math.
#113

alphawolffifteen (12/13/2012) [+] (6 replies)
Does anyone know what this guy used to make this, and if it's free? If it isn't, does anyone know another one that is like this, but free?
#108

anonymous (12/13/2012) []
Now, make it your life's work to draw that in a single mathematical expression.
#62

points (12/13/2012) []
It is possible to draw an object in 2 or 3 dimensional space in programs like these and have the computer compute the formulas for you instead of the tedious way around.
#34

anonymous (12/13/2012) []
nah, its just a system of x functions, 'd be awesome if it is only one
#21

techketzer (12/13/2012) []
So this is what's called vectoring, right?
Did I understand that correctly?
Did I understand that correctly?