Trigonometric Stained-Glass Windows

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To make the virtual “painting” above, I plotted simple and moderately-complex trigonometric functions on a single coordinate plane, as shown below, using Geometer’s Sketchpad. I then erased all the text, etc., copied-and-pasted a screenshot into MS-Paint, and used that program to make the finished image above.

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3 Responses to Trigonometric Stained-Glass Windows

  1. Paitri Patel says:

    how can i contact you i really need help with a project and i have no idea what to do it is similar to the the stained glass window

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