Graphing Calculator
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You'll have to solve for y first since the graphing calculator only graphs things in the form y = ______ Graphing Functions
Free tutorials on graphing functions, with examples, detailed solutions and matched problems.
   
 Graphing Calculator
For addition and subtraction, use the standard + and - symbols respectively.
For multiplication, use the * symbol. A * symbol is not necessiary when multiplying a number by a variable.
 Graphing Calculator Example 1
   y1=2x (red)
   y2=x^2 (green)
   y3=sin(x/2) (blue)
   y4=tan(x/3) (yellow)
   
 Graphing Calculator Example 2
   y1=cos(x/2) (red)
   y2=-x^2-1 (green)
   y3=30/(x-2) (blue)
 Graphing Calculator Example 3
   y1=x^2 (red)
   y2=3x^2-7x+5 (green)
   y3=(-.5x)^2 (blue)
   
 Graphing Calculator Example 4
   y1=sin(2x+1) (red)
   y2=cos(2x+1) (green)
   y3=tan(2x+1) (blue)
 Graphing Calculator Example 5
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   Commands and Functions that can be used:
      sin(x)   sine of a value or expression
      cos(x)   cosine of a value or expression
      tan(x)   tangent of a value or expression
      asin(x)   inverse sine (arcsine) of a value or expression
      acos(x)   inverse cosine (arccos) of a value or expression
      atan(x)   inverse tangent (arctangent) of a value or expression
      1/sin(x)   sine of a value or expression
      1/cos(x)   cosine of a value or expression
      1/tan(x)   tangent of a value or expression
      sin(x)^(-1); cos(x)^(-1); tan(x)^(-1)
      1/asin(x); 1/acos(x); 1/atan(x)
      sqrt(x); pi; abs
sqrt Square Root of a value or expression. + Addition operator - Subtraction operator * Multiplication operator / Division operator ^ Exponent (Power) operator