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Why does the function Evaluate speed up one function by orders of magnitude and another function not at all?

I've got two functions, one sample function (function 1) i've created for demonstartion purposes here, and my actual function. The function Evaluate speeds up the sample function by orders of ...
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Why does Evaluate fail? [closed]

If i use this code: ...
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Faster evaluation of an expression for brute force optimization [duplicate]

I'm trying to bruteforce an optimization problem and I want to generate roughly a million function evaluations. I was wondering what would be the best for me to do in terms of having the expressions ...
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Why is building a table of function values so much slower than just plotting the function?

Here is a function that take some time to evaluate: n = 1000; coeffs = RandomVariate[NormalDistribution[], n]; f[x_] := Sum[coeffs[[k]] Sin[k x]/k, {k, 1, n}]; ...
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How can I speed up this plot manipulation? Why does Evaluate not help?

If I were able to "Save" the computed inverse function somewhere and then plot it, the manipulation would become faster. As I understand, Evaluate should do the job, but for some reason it does not. ...