### Futher Insanity

Oct. 18th, 2007 11:53 pm...Anyways, in attempting to memorize the derivatives of trigonometric functions, I saw sin (x) and started thinking about the Homunculi. Which lead to the inevitable matching of each function to a one of the Sins, as well as a silly bit about how to remember the derivatives of it.

Thus I present the trigonometric derivatives, FMA style! (only loosely connected to canon, sadly)

sin (x) = cos (x)

Lust likes Pride...

cos (x) = -sin (x)

But Pride doesn't like Lust.

tan(x) =sec^2(x)

Sloth thinks Wrath is like another son.

sec (x)= sec(x) tan(x)

Thus the two are often together.

csc(x)= csc(x) cot (x)

Gluttony and Envy are often together too...

cot(x)= -csc^2(x)

And Envy thinks that Glutton is annoying, to the second power.

Well, it makes sense to

*me!*

### Futher Insanity

Oct. 18th, 2007 11:53 pm...Anyways, in attempting to memorize the derivatives of trigonometric functions, I saw sin (x) and started thinking about the Homunculi. Which lead to the inevitable matching of each function to a one of the Sins, as well as a silly bit about how to remember the derivatives of it.

Thus I present the trigonometric derivatives, FMA style! (only loosely connected to canon, sadly)

sin (x) = cos (x)

Lust likes Pride...

cos (x) = -sin (x)

But Pride doesn't like Lust.

tan(x) =sec^2(x)

Sloth thinks Wrath is like another son.

sec (x)= sec(x) tan(x)

Thus the two are often together.

csc(x)= csc(x) cot (x)

Gluttony and Envy are often together too...

cot(x)= -csc^2(x)

And Envy thinks that Glutton is annoying, to the second power.

Well, it makes sense to

*me!*