A Sine and Cosine Tutorial

Thanks! :D

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What I do with sin and cos is mess around with numbers until I do something I like…

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The whole point of the tutorial is so you don’t do that…

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Yeah, I know. I usually do leave a trail code with sin and cos, and have kind of figured out what each bit does!

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How to do sine and cosine in Hopscotch:

  1. Do random stuff
  2. Repeat step 1 until it sorta works
  3. DONE XD
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I will make a video for that later!

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@UptownStudios I tried sin and cos on our march madness entry. It was, let’s just say surprising. :joy:

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I really liked your edition, it was super happy! plus the code was interesting, i liked everything about it!

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I made the ball revolve around your finger where ever you move your finger on the screen.
Link Here! Thanks for this awesome tutorial!

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TOPIC REVIVAL PROTOCOL! Go!

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No °ω°
How many of u guys use griffen’s Unicode site?

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I put sine in x and cosine in y all de time

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What I mean is the tutorial didn’t halp meh so I said no… Ima trolololililololololol

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Using Mathy stuff and triangles, I figured this out a bit early, but thanks, this clears a few things up and helps me out.

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This is great! :open_mouth: Even for me, Sine and Cosine were hard to use :stuck_out_tongue:. Thanks for the tutorial

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Such a neat and easy-to-understand tutorial! Fantastic work, @UptownStudios! I would highly recommend this how-to for everyone :slight_smile:

No you are not :wink: It took me many tries to learn that too! It actually still works fine with sine in X and cosine in Y, except that the angles are different. Instead of 0 degrees starting on the right, it starts from the top instead.

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This is a great tutorial!

@Jades, have a look!

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@ReadingSlayer

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Thank you this helped a lot!!!

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I somehow find coding confusing again after 2 years :frowning:

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