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Topic: wavelets
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Mike Terry

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Re: wavelets
Posted: Jan 26, 2013 7:09 PM
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"Jon" <no-reply@no-reply.com> wrote in message
news:vsZMs.105406$EO2.80251@newsfe04.iad...
> http://3d-triangulation-calculator.bravehost.com/womansong.html
>
> this is a sine wave riding a sine wave and the resultant equation. Can
> anyone tell me why f(x)=sin(sin(2x)) creates a symmetrical sine wave, but
> f(x)=sin(2pi(sin(2x))) doesn't?
>
> When you figure it out, let me know.


Obviously neither of these are symmetrical sine waves.
Mike.




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