### Some math related threads

While searching through my text file archives for something else, I stumbled across a post I had saved from Nov. 17, 2002 by Jonas Galvez, summarizing math-related links available on the Flashcoders' list. However, just posting the link to the thread won't provide live links to the various topics.

Here is his Flashcoders' post, reformatted to provide a live link list to some wonderful information ... thanks for the research Jonas:

From: Jonas Galvez [snip]

Sent: Sunday, November 17, 2002 7:28 AM

To: Flashcoders

Subject: [Flashcoders] Some math related threads

Hi,

I've been studying math applied to Flash and did some research on the list

archives. I'm posting the most interesting threads (my opinion) for the

people who are starting on this subject. I know there are a lot more but I

think these can be quite useful. Follows the unordered and unclassified

list of links... :)

Rotation Dampening

Rotation

Finding the angle

event

line drawing edge to edge

Angle of bounce?

Calculating spiral movement

trig question

big thanks, one question though (car physics)

sine problems

trying to understand theta and movement

drawing circle//sticky drag

Any ideas

Math.formula

Vanishing Points / Perspective Maths

3d - quaternion rotation

Math is too long, no?

skew function

Matrices for transformations

Re: drawCircle #2

OT calc

physics - atan2 - sin - cos

Math.sin--> help please

Math.sin vs. lookup

sin, cos, duplicateMovieClip

trigonometry

graphing functions

ball hiting a diagonal wall

Any Trigonometry heroes out there?

[edit]I hope you don't mind, Richard, but I removed Jonas's email address from the post--In an effort to protect him from spam.

--Kristin[/edit]

## Comments

Hey... thanks! =) Actually it's a very small research. I'm sure there a lot more stuff in the Flashcoders archive.

Btw.. I'm developing a little Flash application that will be a "commented Flashcoders archive". There will be some contributors that will add links to the best threads and add descriptions to them... =)

Posted by: Jonas Galvez | June 12, 2003 01:26 AM