`Now F(x) = sin(x)+cos(x)`
Finding x such that F(x) = k. To change the function, open the code and modify the function F(x).
Choose [a,b] where F is continuous such that  F(a) > k, F(b) < k  or  F(a) < k, F(b) > k.
With "test" you find 10 values of F from a to b.
k =
a = b =

To change F open the Code and modify F(x)

Save by clicking here (with the right mouse button) the file on your computer
(change the name if you want, but leave ".htm").
At this point you can use it to solve other equations.
Just open the source code, edit F(x), and run "save".
You can repeat this several times.
 ``` Usable Functions: abs(a) / |a| log10(a) / log of a base 10 acos(a) / arc cosine of a max(a,b) asin(a) / arc sine of a min(a,b) atan(a) / arc tangent of a pow(a,b) / a to the power b atan2(a,b) / arc tangent of a/b random() / random n. in [0,1) cbrt(a) / cube root of a round(a) / integer closest to a ceil(a) / integer closest to a not < a sign(a) / sign of a cos(a) / cosine of a sin(a) / sine of a exp(a) / exponential of a sqrt(a) / square root of a floor(a) / integer closest to a not > a tan(a) / tangent of a log(a) / log of a base e trunc(a) / integer portion of a log2(a) / log of a base 2 PI / π cosh(a),sinh(a),tanh(a), acosh(a),asinh(a),atanh(a) hyperbolic functions Note: M%%N is the remainder of M/N, != is "not equal"```
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