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Fu-Kwun Hwang
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You can change different mathematic function for x or y coordinate, i.e. Fx(t), Fy(t)
This simulation will plot it for you.
For example: if you enter fx(t)=A*sin(w1*t), fy(t)=B*cos(w2*t)
It will draw Lissajous pattern for you.
The default setting is for someone who want to study variation of Lissajous pattern due to some other noise C*sin(w2*t).

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I really appreciate your post here MyMathdone now! Keep it up!
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"Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood." ..."Marie Curie 1867-1934, Polish born French Physicist, Twice Nobel Prize Winner- Physics and Chemistry)"