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### Richards circle formula.

Thanks Richard Your revised formula works pretty good.it almost perfect. Mine is a little off yet. In the mean time i revised mine and got closer to a perfect circle, i'm still using 100th of a quad though. or 100 grads(degrees). '' Albert's attempt at a 400 degree circle ... is the yellow line '' R...

### al's circle formula.

there was a problem with the x center and ycenter in the above code. I corrected the xctr,yctr so now you can plot to any position on the screen. dim as double x,xctr,y,yctr,deg,offset,radius,size screen 19 xctr = 305 yctr = 305 radius = 300 offset = sqr(.5) size =(xctr + (offset*rad...

### circle formula.

Hey Richard!!! I tried and pretty much succeeded this time. I thought my formula made pretty good quarter circles. So! I tested it to see and got almost perfect circles. Almost perfect! dim as double x,xctr,y,yctr,deg,offset,radius,size screen 19 xctr = 305 yctr = 305 radius = 300 offset = sqr(...

### sine formula

my newest formula. the zoom is only set to 100 falls a little below around 30 degrees it only equals .499 instead of .5 not too bad for a single line formula! '--------------------------------------------------------- ' plot sine function and approximations '-----------------------------------------...

### sine formula

My newest formula is also a flop but its pretty close from 30-60 deg. ??? this code goes in to Richards sine plotter progam in this topic. 'albert's newest formula (thursday october 22 2009) ---- another failure, follows pretty close from 30 - 60 deg. dim as double value1,value2, value3,valu...