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How to find the equation of a irregular line
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Hi,
I am trying to find the equation of an outline of a water bottle but i cant seem to find the tool that does that i have tried fitsin, fitexp and everything, but it doesn't work.
I want to find the line of equation of I can integrate it and find the area. Please help
Thankyou
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Try the Freehand Shape tool (which makes a function)
Salut Camilla!
It seems that you think that there must exist one term/function to describe the line.
This is not correct, because "in the middle area" it is constant 3.3, so there is no differentiable not constant function for the domain [0, 19.76].
So it maybe better to try and think instead of a piecewise function with three or four sections and try to interpolate them.
Greetings
mire2
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