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I'm learning how to create plots with geometry nodes and math nodes but I'm confused why this isn't a circle that is created with 0,0 as the center axis.

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You're offsetting the points from their original position, so you get

$$t\in[0,1]\mapsto\langle t + \cos 2\pi t, \sin 2\pi t \rangle$$

Use the "Position" socket of the Set Position node if you want to set the position directly.

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