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Hello,
I am using Geometer's Sketchpad and I am trying to display the graph of x^n; that is,
I have a slider for "n", and so as I move the slider the graph changes (for example if n=2 (a quadratic function), if n=3 (a cubic function)
The PROBLEM that I am having is that in GSP I can graph x^2, and x^3, and so on but as soon as I change the exponent to a variable such as "n", I can only see the values of x that are bigger than or equal to zero (x>=0). In other words, I only get half of the graph, that is, the part of the x>=0 values. I would also like to see the x values that are less than zero (x<0).
How do I get to display this properly?
(See attachment for details. Note: instead of "n" I used "a", same idea though)
Any recommendation, or advice is greatly appreciated.
Sincerely,
SORBEDOCS
I am using Geometer's Sketchpad and I am trying to display the graph of x^n; that is,
I have a slider for "n", and so as I move the slider the graph changes (for example if n=2 (a quadratic function), if n=3 (a cubic function)
The PROBLEM that I am having is that in GSP I can graph x^2, and x^3, and so on but as soon as I change the exponent to a variable such as "n", I can only see the values of x that are bigger than or equal to zero (x>=0). In other words, I only get half of the graph, that is, the part of the x>=0 values. I would also like to see the x values that are less than zero (x<0).
How do I get to display this properly?
(See attachment for details. Note: instead of "n" I used "a", same idea though)
Any recommendation, or advice is greatly appreciated.
Sincerely,
SORBEDOCS
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