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By Duncan
Function Composition
Define g(x) and h(x).  Now try and define f(x) so that f(g(x)) = h(x).

Tags: function, function-composition

By Duncan
Function composition challenge 2
Can you find the function f, so that f(sin(x)) matches the grey curve?

Tags: function-composition, algebra-2

By Duncan
Function composition challenge 3
Can you find the function f, so that f(sin(x)) matches the grey curve?

Tags: function-composition, algebra-2

By Duncan
Function composition challenge 1
Can you find the function f, so that f(sin(x)) matches the grey curve?

Tags: function-composition, algebra-2

By Duncan
Function composition challenge 5
Can you find the function f, so that f(sin(x)) matches the grey curve?

Tags: Function-composition, trigonometry

By Duncan
Function composition challenge 4
Can you find the function f, so that f(sin(x)) matches the grey curve?

Tags: function-composition

By Duncan
Function composition challenge 6
Find f(x) such that f(sin(x)) matches the mystery curve.

Tags: function-composition, trigonometry

By Duncan
Function composition challenge 5
Find f(x) such that f(sin(x)) matches the mystery curve.

Tags: function-composition, trigonometry

By Duncan
Function Product Challenge 1
Can you define f(x) so that the red curve lies on top of the grey one?

Tags: functions, function-products, trigonometry

By Nick Halsey
Polar Proportional Point and Circle Puzzler 2
A circle is centered at the origin and its radius is defined by the distance between the origin and a point, P. P is defined by a polar function, s(t), and is located at the current value of t. Adjust t, or animate it by pressing ”go”. What is s(t)? Look at the .gx source for the answer.   Hint: if you look closely, s(t) can be seen in dark purple. It is a particular ”polar flower”.

Tags: Polar-function, proportional-point, circle, radius, flower, puzzler


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