Am I wrong or are the coordinates completly not the same as it shows on the calculator?
I mean its actually y=x^5(i belive its 5) – something
y=x^5 + something
this is actually the same thing twice so how can it be a heart?
I think if you actually graph it out it’ll be a dick.
A very small Dick!!!
he is aynştayn spread up folks
The negative on one square root and the positive on the other give you opposites so you get the one half and then the flip of that half.
@FRED, Everything in your mind is all about someone PENIS….
This is a Nerd win, I would rather go out with a smart guy with glasses than with a brainless hockey player. But anyway, I just don’t see the purpose in Valentine’s day. BLAH!
I believe the equation says y1=x^2/3+sqrt(24-x^2) and y2=x^2/3-sqrt(24-x^2). Seems to work when I plot it.
Britishgirl, will you be my valentine? I’ll graph you something.
can you draw a n..i.gger with that?
Can you draw your suicide with that you racist b*tch!
That’s geek love right there <3
NERDS! NERDS! NEEEERRRRRRDDDDS!
its not the same, the first one has a “+” and the second one “-” ..im no math genious, but it makes sense to me
i only get the right half of it, ok that doesnt surprise me as long as negative x cannot be solved thanks to x^1/2. Am I doing something wrong? Thats x^(1/2)+-(24-x²)^(1/2) or not?
totally not the same calculator, so she must have her own
I tried and it works. I have a similar calculator but with a bigger screen. You can also experiment with bigger values insted of 24 in the square root.
Pretty interesting actually.
i’ve got an ti-84+ and it only draws the right half
Yours should be better than that 83. I don’t think you’re doing it right.
don’t know what…but if you look at the terms it’s clear that you don’t have something for x<0 because of the x^(1/2)?
ok got it, its x^(2/3) and not 1/2
Still a fail if you ask me.
no one asked you and no one ever will
it works, i told the formula to my girlfriend and it worked, it gave her a small penis.