algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Hey guys,
I was trying to understand this :
A simple example is the mathematical function of a circle that is X=Sin(t) and Y=Cos(t) while (t) is a range of numbers from 0 to 2Pi. I produce it by a <range> of numbers which starts from 0 to 1 with N numbers in between, times 2Pi by <function> component. This would result a range of numbers from 0 to 2pi that makes a complete circle in radian.
Two questions:
1) When I tried the same thing by my own it didn't occur to me to do the step in which we multiply t with 2PI. Why is this necessary? I was able to get a circle still without doing this.
2) Is it the same thing if I multiply t with 360.
Thanks a lot.
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hi joseph,
Point noted, will remember to do this in future. In this case i knew its not related to grasshopper but was still hoping if someone could guide me through it. because I thought if we are using sin and cos components it will automatically arrange the points in a circle.
Thanks.
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