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**KeeperOfTheGood** Hey oh

I think this may be the right place to post this (read that as N00B post) but, here goes.

I need to advance a point on a circle 1 revolution by point to point advancement. So, 360 advances of 1 will advance the point 1 revolution (yes, the program was coded for degrees on this instead of radians). Although I am not limited in the number of points to calculate (its actually a starting variable) I have been using 360 points as the target to calculate.

However, there is a rub. The point must accelerate while it advances. So, the start to point 1 value will be smaller than the point 1 to point 2 value, and the target end value would be that point 359 to 360 is twice the size as the start to point 1. All the values between the points must sum to 360. How do I calculate those points?

Thanks for any help on this. Just getting this started should be a help. This is asking on linear acceleration, but, I will also want non-linear as well.

Keeps