There’s a time and a place for everything, but not now.

— Professor Oak

There’s a time and a place for everything, but not now.

— Professor Oak

r2 = x2Sin(n)(Θ)

r2 = x2Cos(n)(Θ)

(2’s are squared)

if you get it into a constant:

r = ±√xSin(n)(Θ)

r = ±√xCos(n)(Θ)

Should look like an ∞ if you did it right.

Your distance between the two tips are always 180º

If you’re using Sin: You use the formula 90º/n to solve what degree is the tip in.

If you’re using Cos: You use the formula 0º/n to solve what degree is the tip in.

**What I Got** - Sublime from *Sublime*

A friend is someone who gives you total freedom to be yourself.

— Jim Morrison

*Fácilis descensus Averni:noctes atque dies patet atri ianua Ditis;sed revocare gradium superasque evadere ad auras.hoc opus, hic labor est.*

It is easy to go down into Hell;

Night and day, the gates of hell are open wide;

But to climb back again, to retrace one’s steps to the upper air—

There’s the rub, the task.