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- Thread starter jedidia
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there is a Bezier Curve function in Blender

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You can "tweak" the factors until it fits your desire: https://www.desmos.com/calculator/4rkmdmtkw0

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Your right end looks very steep, so maybe a square root together with the sin(x)-x would help?

Here is \( \sqrt{-\sin^2 \left(x-1\right) - x + 5 } \)

The sqrt makes the end steep, the square on the sine makes it more "wavy".

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Here is \( \sqrt{-\sin^2 \left(x-1\right) - x + 5 } \)

The sqrt makes the end steep, the square on the sine makes it more "wavy".

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Hours and hours spent on fooling around in GeoGebra, finally paying off. Totally worth the cost in reduced social interaction during high school.@asbjos, I might be calling you next time I need an equation for a RF gain polar.