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Figure 12-4: This XY chart plots various values generated with the
SIN and COS functions.
Figure 12-5: Changing the increment value
causes a dramatic change in the chart.
Figure 12-6 shows an example of an XY chart that displays “hypocycloid” curves.
A hypocycloid curve is defined as follows:
The curve produced by fixed point P on the circumference of a small circle of radius b
rolling around the inside of a large circle of radius a > b.