Properties
Category
Uncategorized
Similar Topics
Statistics
Comments
3
Participants
3
Subscribers
3
Votes
1
Views
332
Share
Drawing of conics is absurdly inexact when bigger numbers are involved
Not a Problem
When drawing a simple conic x*y = N where N is on the order of 10^12, the graph is about 0.5 off from the graph of y=x/N around x = sqrt(N).
It is probably relevant that if I place a point on the conic, it actually appears off the drawing of the conic and exactly on the function graph.
Files:
inexactconics.ggb
 GeoGebra
 Help
 Partners

Contact us
 Feedback & Questions
 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 +43 677 6137 2693
© 2021 International GeoGebra Institute
Well, you can test the boundaries of math software using big numbers, that's true. But to come to which conclusion?The 'simpleness' of the conicness is not the issue.
I'm not sure there's any need for your hyperbolic language.
It's harder than you might think to do this
Comments have been locked on this page!