It’s definitely not the teachers’ choice.

*But it was done in Pencil2D, and that’s what really matters here!*

It’s definitely not the teachers’ choice.

*But it was done in Pencil2D, and that’s what really matters here!*

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“You said you would destroy the Sith, not join them!”
*i hate math*

I only enjoy the math related to programming, otherwise I’m not good.

Nice video.

I personally love maths. It’s like a bag full of funny puzzles.

Don’t compute the square root, just compute the square distance between two points and square of distance you want :). A multiplication is easier to compute than a square root:

if (a²+b²) <= d² then It’s in the circle

On computer code machine (hard wired instructions), as far I know, only RISC-V vector processor extension, have included 1/square-root function (useful to compute unit vector, but not square-root irself (you can still compute the inverse of this result: 1/(1/square root) to have the square root.

To help love a bit more math, I made an interactive tutorial explanation of relation between sin/cos and circles. do you know than e is related to the sum of cos + sin ? This is why complex number help a lot in computation of trigonometry.

Thank you for the info! I’m definitely not a math person…

We are all math person, even before we start to unlearn it around 1 to 2 year old. We sometime are less interested by this subject :).