Dan Anderson (@dandersod)

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Can you create the following graph using desmos.com or some other graphing tool? If you’re victorious, leave us a note in the comments when you’re done.

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Can you create the following graph using desmos.com or some other graphing tool? If you’re victorious, leave us a note in the comments when you’re done.

**Hint – this picture was made from 8 rotated Limaçons.**

Dan Anderson (@dandersod)

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Can you create the following graph using desmos.com or some other graphing tool? If you’re victorious, leave us a note in the comments when you’re done.

]]>Dan Anderson (@dandersod)

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Can you create the following graph using desmos.com or some other graphing tool? If you’re victorious, leave us a note in the comments when you’re done.

*Hint: this is the same as Limaçons 0, but added one number and changed one sign. Hence they’re not really limaçons anymore.*

Dan Anderson (@dandersod)

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Dan Anderson (@dandersod)

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This is a graph of 100 parabolas. Can you replicate the picture?

]]>Dan Anderson (@dandersod)

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Can you create the following graph using desmos.com or some other graphing tool? If you’re victorious, leave us a note in the comments when you’re done.

This one feels extra challenging so here are some hints:

- this is a polar graph, but I “converted” it to parametric so that I could get more theta values (
**r(t)= some function**on one line, and then**(r(t)cos(t),r(t)sin(t))**on another line. - the parametric line goes from 0 to 100pi.

Dan Anderson (@dandersod)

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Can you create the following graph using desmos.com or some other graphing tool? If you’re victorious, leave us a note in the comments when you’re done.

Double bonus, this graph is composed of only one curve (not a bunch of different circles). Can you replicate it with only one curve?

Dan Anderson (@dandersod)

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Can you create the following graph using desmos.com or some other graphing tool? If you’re victorious, leave us a note in the comments when you’re done.

*Hint: The original function is y=abs(x^2-3), and here’s a picture with less normals drawn so the pattern should be slightly more clear.*

Dan Anderson (@dandersod)

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Can you create the following graph using desmos.com or some other graphing tool? If you’re victorious, leave us a note in the comments when you’re done.

*Hint: this is the same function as the petal spiral #0, just graphed with y instead of r, and x instead of theta.*