Thank you very much Ivan

]]>I'm having trouble converting the "sqrt(.2 - ((x-1.6)^2)/(4^2)(1^2)) -2.3" to the x(t) = t*cos(angle) - g(t)*sin(angle)

format. Could you help me out? :S

The rotated functions is then plotted as the parametric function:

```
x(t) = t*cos(angle) - g(t)*sin(angle)
x(t) = t*sin(angle) + g(t)*cos(angle)
```

You can try to see what happens when you change the angle.

]]>I need help rotating an oval about 45 degrees to fit my picture.

http://mario.neoseeker.com/w/i/mario/e/ … _Mario.jpg

This is the picture. The oval i'm trying to make can be seen right above the character's hat.

Is there anyway I can rotate an oval?

Let's say the (standard) function was: -sqrt(.2 - ((x-1.6)^2)/(4^2)(1^2)) -2.3

How do I go abouts this?

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