A possible way to get a unique graph back from every number

Sorry about the terrible handwriting, this was a scribble before I added this to the pdf of my collective math works and trig articles. Might update later.

This may be how you can use a single number that is condensed from a unique set of points and graph it back into its original shape. You might need a value Pi multiple on the isn function to get this to work, or maybe even elsewhere. But anyways this ought to be accurate since i was able to discover a way to condense any graph into a unique irrational number using my trigonometry theorems.

Read my paper on trigonometry of isosceles triangles for more info.

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