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Pete Miles
04/20/13 3:48pm

Hi,
I'm a very early learner of mathematica.
I'm trying to understand (not at all well) how to build a notebook that will automatically show a value in degrees or radians when a horizontal line crosses the curve of a sine or cosine graph.

If a line can be moved using manipulate either down or up, the horizontal line would show the angular value where the line crossed the graph. i.e at +0.5 the line would show 30deg or Pi/6 radians.

I can create the graph with appropriate labeled ticks but don't know how to do he moving line bit.

No, this isn't homework, I left school 53 years ago.

Thanks in advance

Pete

Heres the notebook I've got so far.

Attachment: Plot Sine and assoc iated angle.nb, URL: ,

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Finding deg or Radian values between -1 and 1 f... Pete Miles 04/20/13 3:48pm
Re: Finding deg or Radian values between -1 and... Yukterez 04/21/13 08:56am
Re: Finding deg or Radian values between -1 and... yehuda 04/21/13 10:57am
Re: Re: Finding deg or Radian values between -1... Pete Miles 04/22/13 1:19pm
Re: Re: Re: Finding deg or Radian values betwee... Bill Simpson 04/22/13 2:41pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Finding deg or Radian values be... Pete Miles 04/23/13 03:41am
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Finding deg or Radian value... Bill Simpson 04/23/13 2:04pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Finding deg or Radian v... Pete Miles 04/24/13 09:51am
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Finding deg or Radi... Bill Simpson 04/24/13 9:42pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Finding deg or ... Pete Miles 04/25/13 4:16pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Finding deg... Bill Simpson 04/26/13 01:09am
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Finding... Pete Miles 04/26/13 3:35pm
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