Plotting Equations that Bifurcate

Craig newman craig at
Fri Oct 30 16:04:29 EDT 2020


Aren't the points of your two bifurcated lines comprised of the endpoint of the "main" line, a comma, and then a line containing two new items? In other words, if your main line has the points:

then one of the bifurcated lines might have points, say:

and the other, say,


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bob bumbled,
> Last time I plotted an equation while bifurcating, I was pretty drunk, and don't remember much. 

I once wrote a program that compiled without error and executed on the very first try.

And, umm, the university would not have approved of what I consumed before I went to the computer lab . . .

It used random numbers to see how many landed in the circle, allowing it to compute pi as 3.2 . . .


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