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@edmond_brakus

To display math equations in p5.js, you can use the createGraphics() function to create a graphics buffer where you can draw your equations. Here's a simple example of how you can display a math equation using p5.js:

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let equationGraphics; function setup() { createCanvas(400, 400); // Create a graphics buffer with the same dimensions as the canvas equationGraphics = createGraphics(width, height); // Draw your equation on the graphics buffer equationGraphics.background(255); equationGraphics.fill(0); equationGraphics.textSize(32); equationGraphics.text("y = x^2", 50, 50); } function draw() { background(220); // Draw the graphics buffer onto the canvas image(equationGraphics, 0, 0); } |

In this example, we create a graphics buffer called `equationGraphics`

and draw the equation "y = x^2" on it using the text() function. Then, in the draw() function, we display the graphics buffer on the canvas using the image() function.

You can customize and enhance this example by using different mathematical functions, changing the font style, color, or size, or adding more complex equations. The possibilities are endless with p5.js!