# Really Cool Graphs

As you probably know, there are a ridiculously huge amount of cool graphs out there. Of course, I can only discover so many of them, but this is a page of really cool graphs that I have found. All of these pictures have been rendered by an extremely old version of a quite excellent program called Nucalc (aka Graphing Calculator). I think it often does a better job of function rendering than Mathematica, but don't tell anyone. Anyway, these are only 390x390 chunks of the graph. If you want larger pictures, just ask me!

 ArcSech(x) + ArcSech(y) z = ArcSin(xy) y = |Sin(x)/(2((xx-(pi/2))/pi))| x2y2z2 = 1 Cos2(x) + Cos2(y) + Cos2 (3x/2)4 + (3x)4 + z4 = 1(3x)4 + y4 + (3z/2)4 = 1x4 + (3y/2)4 + (3z)4 = 1 r = Cos(26 t); theta = 26 Sin(26 t) Cos(x) + Cos(y) + Cos(z) + Sin(x) + Sin(y) + Sin(z) = 2.2 Sin(Cos(Tan(theta))) Sin(Cos(Tan(x))) * Sin(Cos(Tan(y))) Sin(Cos(Tan(x))) > Sin(Cos(Tan(y)))Sin(Cos(Tan(x))) = Sin(Cos(Tan(y)))Sin(Cos(Tan(x))) < Sin(Cos(Tan(y))) Sin(2 Sin(2 Sin(2 Sin(x)))) r = Tan(17 theta) + Cot(17 theta) ArcSin(x) + ArcSin(y) (lots of equations) Sin(y2 x3) = Cos(y3 x2) r = xy - Sin(theta y2) Tan(ArcCos(x) + ArcSin(y)) = 1 (Sqrt((|z| - 13)2 + z2) - 9)2 + x2 = 100(Sqrt((|x| - 13)2 + x2) - 9)2 + y2 = 100(Sqrt((|y| - 13)2 + y2) - 9)2 + z2 = 100 x3 + y3 + z3 = x + y + z (Sqrt((|z| - 13)2 + y2) - 9)2 + x2 = 100(Sqrt((|x| - 13)2 + z2) - 9)2 + y2 = 100(Sqrt((|y| - 13)2 + x2) - 9)2 + z2 = 100 |(Sin(theta + pi) Cos(theta + pi))/pi|