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  1. Our Return

    im back too lesss go
  2. What song are you listening to?

    Fav song atm. Prolly not what many ppl like to listen to on here but w/e
  3. Surf Server Information

    Is the server up? Anyone wanna surf?
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    HEY HEY TIME OUT! where hav u been hawk?

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    2. Klay
    3. HawkSlayerr


      I'll make a post about it one day

    4. Klay


      Pm me about it man don't go silent on me ):

  5. Homework Help

    That seems hard :( but I see ur idea. At this point I'm so far in that I don't rly wanna restart. Maybe I'll try it later..
  6. Homework Help

    Idc about order of operations
  7. What song are you listening to?

    One of my favs
  8. Homework Help

    Fuck apush i found a way that works for my calculator but it's rly shit and complicated:/ didn't tokenize to parse
  9. Homework Help

    Ok, but what if the user enters a combination of different functions? Then it becomes harder to do that (sin(3x)+cos(4x))
  10. Homework Help

    Yea I've thought of smothering like that. It's a bit trickier tho cuz what if the user enters "sin(x+1)"?
  11. Homework Help

    For my comp sci ia I'm making a derivative calculator. In it, the user can enter their own function and a point and the calculator takes the derivative at that point. Currently it works, but the thing is if u input "sin(x)" the computer won't know how to deal with it, instead u gotta type "Math.sin(x)". I'm wondering if there's a way so that u can just type "sin(x)" and the compute will recognize it as the sin function. @Sharpienero @[email protected] Jesus
  12. Homework Help

    Not rly algebra :p
  13. Homework Help

    @REX took a solid 3 hours but I figured it out. i don't have time to post a full solution rn, but pretty much u have to rewrite cos(x) as a McClarin series expansion or whatever. The terms of degree >4 go away and the rest simplifies nicely. or u could apply lhopitals rule 4 times.. but that's some hairy math