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67. Circular motion: sine and her cousin.

We have previously used sin() to generate numbers that continuosly slide between -1 and 1, but we did not study what sin() represented. This time we do that. We have a look at sine and cosine, two similar functions that help us create a circular motion. You can play with the sine/cosine tool at http://bit.ly/sine_cosine I hope it helps you understand sine and cosine.

Tags: sine, cosine, sin, cos, circular, motion, Computer Programming

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