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hamza_b23 Group Title

HELPP PLEASE advanced functions

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  1. NickR Group Title
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    not for you maybe

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  2. hamza_b23 Group Title
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    sorry i posted the wrong picture

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    its kind of broad but any help would be appreciated even if you could do a prayer for me you @nincompoop

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    you know about cose and sin functions mah broski?

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  5. hamza_b23 Group Title
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    yes sir

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  6. hamza_b23 Group Title
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    but its asking in real life so i cant say it looks like a cos or a sin function

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    ok, what thinks can yo uapply cos and sin too then

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    ello, dear friend?

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  9. hamza_b23 Group Title
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    well it has a constant line afterwards so i was thinking of a heart monitor but i dont know

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  10. NotTim Group Title
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    heart rate doesn't do sine waves. normal ones at least

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    think wheels

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    and im thinking bike wheels and ice, if i need be more obvious

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    |dw:1351223779190:dw|

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    you don't even need a function/expression/equation for this, mahmit.

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  15. hamza_b23 Group Title
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    lol this is not that complex guys its a grade 12 function i dont need to go into wave equations for sure

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    no, wave functions are present in grd. 11

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    all you need is a rel life example right

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    real

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  19. hamza_b23 Group Title
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    yeahh

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    well, why not attach a motion sensor to a bike wheel, ride it on pavement to a icy path. that should get a good result

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    It is just an application of Math. at x=x0 the source is cut so the wave will get flat form. In your case t is a constant. It means don't worry about two dimensional function.

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    sick i like that idea thank you man

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    do remember a helmet

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    anbd to have the wheel stop right as it reaches the midpoint

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