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Challenge #352: Circular Embedding

karlhansen
8 - Asteroid

The COS and SIN (and other trig functions) use radians; multiply degrees by 0.0174533 to get radians.

hdavison
7 - Meteor

done

LiuZhang
9 - Comet
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Always happy to use some maths formula😁

TungThanhHo
8 - Asteroid

my solution

becky-pattinson
7 - Meteor

That was a fun one

SylwiaDragon
8 - Asteroid

Done

alacoume
8 - Asteroid

A fun one! 

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grazitti_sapna
17 - Castor

My Solution

Sapna Gupta
tammybrown_tds
8 - Asteroid

I used circle coordinates to create my points instead of sin/cosin, so I think that's why my circle doesn't have a perfect circle in the middle of it.  But it is generally the same sketch.

 

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gabrielvilella
14 - Magnetar

My take on this.