Rather than build up a table of bifurcations as we did for the logistic function, we have leapt right to the Feigenbaum cascade for the sinusoidal function. Notice that the ratio at which the distances between bifurcations decreases seems to settle down to a constant value for this function also. And that constant is the same as for the logistic function. Detailed calculations beyond our scope for now have demonstrated that the limiting value for these ratios is not only similar, but identical. Feigenbaum's number arises from iterating the sinusoidal function also.