I'm There have been some topics recently about sin and cos help, so instead of creating more topics come here! All sin and cos peeps are cool to help, just @ me or someone who you know knows how!

**Heres my tutorial for the basics:**

To use sine and cosine you first must know the basics: What each blank does!

The first blank is the distance from the center point, like a circles radius. The bigger the number you put there, the farther away your orbiting object is. The second blank is for a value. The value placed in the second blank should be constantly increasing. The more you increase it by, the faster it goes. The third blank is the orbiting point, where your object orbits.

These are the same for x and y, but you can make them different numbers for interesting results

If you have a tutorial, edit to copy and paste it here!

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@CosineStudios

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