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(Original post by thefish_uk)
Wha!?

That crashed Microsoft Powertoy Calc!!
what do you expect, coming from microsoft? also, your probably using radians and not degrees.
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How about:

f(x) = x^(sin(x+ cos(x)) + e^x)

In other words, you might try being a little more specific and not coming across as entirely helpless.
Since sin(anything) is going to be between 1 and -1 I think we can probably approximate that to x^(e^x)... which is O(x^x) and so rather quick to grow.
I'd have thought f(x) = x^(sin(x+ cos(x)).e^x) would be more interesting.


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Since sin(anything) is going to be between 1 and -1 I think we can probably approximate that to x^(e^x)... which is O(x^x) and so rather quick to grow.
I'd have thought f(x) = x^(sin(x+ cos(x)).e^x) would be more interesting.
Alaric.

Sure...

I'll just punch it into my dad's graphical calculator. That won't crash. Or if it does, I can blame it on the calculator.
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If you've still got the raw data you could try to look at the correlation between answers - did people from one place answer on average differently to people from another place....of course it helps if you've got a nice big dataset if you're planning on splitting it up like this.
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