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yourdadonapogostick

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i attempted to graph a 2-sphere on graphcalc and it wouldn't work. the equations had to be in terms of z, so i had to use: [tex]z=\sqrt{-x^2-y^2+9}[/tex] and [tex]z=-\sqrt{-x^2-y^2+9}[/tex]. i thought that would give me a 2-sphere at the origin with a radius of 3, but it didn't. i got:[PLAIN]http://photobucket.com/albums/a192/YoDizzle/th_almostsphere.bmp.[/URL] [Broken] what did i do wrong?

the split is along the x y plane. if it matters, this is my first try at using graphcalc.

the split is along the x y plane. if it matters, this is my first try at using graphcalc.

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