If someone were to compile a list of the greatest mathematical equations ever, you'd see a lot of different equations. Some would say that all equations are beautiful and great. And there will be some top contenders like Euler's identity, \(e^{i\pi} +1=0\) and Einstein's extremely popular \(E=mc^2\). But today you'll see the greatest equation ever. They are actually a pair of parametric equations that look like this:

What is so special about these equations, you say? Well, when plotted, the equations look like this:

Whether you're a fan of Poke'mon or math [or both], you should enjoy this! This is easily the greatest thing I discovered while fiddling around with Woframalpha. Here are a couple of more equations plotted. I'm not adding the equations. That would take up a lot of space.

Mewtwo. Blaziken CharmanderIf you have a lot of time to spare, you can go through all of them here. There are over \(700\) of them.

And you don't have to be restricted to Poke'mon. For example, here's Batman:

If you want, you can post your favorite curves on the comments section below. Have fun!

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TopNewestHow about this one:

:P

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Here's one for all you bronies: Sonic Rainboom

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killll meeeeeeee

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watch '' steins gate'' scientist jake lai

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This is pure genius and mathematical art.

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Great! I have a question that how did you copy those parametric equations (but it's in latex) or is it just an image?

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What do you think?

Fortunately, I didn't type out the whole equation because that would have taken me half an hour [give or take] at least. It's an image. If you hover your mouse cursor over the image, you can see the alt text, "When will this end?". This was a reference to how big the equations are.

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I also have same question to Mursalin Habib

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Is there someone that sits down trying out hundreds of combinations of equations to get the right one or do you doodle on a software and it spits out an equation?

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http://i.imgur.com/4NY6Xf8.gif

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How did you find that link?

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I THINK YOU COPIED THIS EQATION FROM WOFRAMALPHA.............IAM RIGHT.......................

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I LOVE POKEMON

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how to make it?

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I made this happy discovery a while back see

Graph Art

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@Aareyan Manzoor@Akshay Yadav You two might love this note!

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Loved it! Thanks Nihar for telling me about it!

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This note is very nice!

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awesome man

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thats really cool

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really cool and brilliant !!

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Oh my God?

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superb (y)

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I discovered Dilbert on WolframAlpha recently and put some fun curve links here http://colleenyoung.wordpress.com/wolframalpha/darth-vadar/

suddenly I can't see how to enter a link - something I know i have done before!

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nice work

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Wow, nice one! :) I like the PSY one by Pranav A. and the Batman! :) Really cool

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How much time did you take to write the equation???

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Fortunately, it didn't take more than a minute. That's because I didn't type it out. It's an image.

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Here's another one.

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Where did you get these parametric equations from?

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Search up

_curve or__equation to see if there exist a parametric equation of what you want. Do this on Wolfram AlphaLog in to reply