Graphs are wonderful thing in the learning of maths.

Not only does it reflects visual symptom or trend in data collected, it displays, if allowed, beautiful images.

This is possible if you allow you maths juice to go free and create mathematical expressions to your fancy and view them on a graph.

Below I have created one. I visual it as water rippling through a surface (on the top view).

Hope you like this maths art of mine.

NOTE: It is created using trigonometry of circulatory expression.

Here I view a water droplet going down into the centre. It then produces ripples or waves spreading outwards in a circular manner.

Imagination ....

Maths expressing ......

:-)

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## Monday, 14 March 2011

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Can I just say what a relief to find someone who actually knows what theyre talking about on the internet. You definitely know how to bring an issue to light and make it important. More people need to read this and understand this side of the story. I cant believe youre not more popular because you definitely have the gift.

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Dear assignment writing service, thanks for the compliment. It is my utmost pleasure in sharing what I view mathematically beautiful.

I used to have a 'toy' called a Spirograph when I was a kid that made similar patterns to this.

And it didn't need a computer to do it !

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There are many ways to do certain things. Here in this post, it showed that maths can also produce some interesting graphics with its mathematical expression. See the beauty of learning maths...

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