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Trigonometric Sums as Parametric Curves
Using trigonometric sums like
, you can generate very different curves in the plane.
The following four examples are used:
;
;
;
.
The first two examples are the interesting ones.
Contributed by:
Ralf Schaper
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RELATED LINKS
Phase Plots of Trigonometric Functions
(
Wolfram Demonstrations Project
)
Riemann's Example of a Continuous but Nowhere Differentiable Function
(
Wolfram Demonstrations Project
)
PERMANENT CITATION
"
Trigonometric Sums as Parametric Curves
" from
the Wolfram Demonstrations Project
http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/TrigonometricSumsAsParametricCurves/
Contributed by:
Ralf Schaper
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