### Drawing circle and calculating sinus function without trigonometry, power, or root

The formula of a circle is quite straightforward ( r=sqrt(x^2+y^2) ) but it's not trivial how to draw a circle or calculate the trigonometric functions without advanced math. However, an interesting finding from 1972 makes it really easy. Minsky discovered (by a mistake) that the following loop will draw an almost perfect circle on the screen: loop: x = x - epsilon * y y = y + epsilon * x # NOTE: the x is the new x value here Turns out that epsilon in the equation is practically the rotation angle in radians, so the above loop will gradually rotate the x and y coordinates in a circle. Calculating sinus If we can draw this circle, we can easily estimate the sinus values: for the current angle, which is basically the sum of epsilons so far, we have a height (y), which just needs to be normalized to the 0-1 range to get the actual sinus for the angle. The smaller the steps (epsilon) are, the more accurate the formula will be. However, because it's not a p