How or where can I do this? thanks
Not sure what you mean. Any recipe that gives one output for a given input can be considered a mathematical function.
For properly labeled graphs where the axes for the input and output are defined, this can be done.
I know I didn't explain it very well. This is what I mean: I draw some random curvy line and some app or software tells me the function of what I just drew. Is there some app that does this? thanks for the reply
The software can't tell you what the function is in all cases -- the best it can usually do is to approximate the curve (or a section of the curve) with a polynomial or other function, using some of the points on the curve.
Here's some software that can determine the equations of motion from the data:
Having the equation, doesn't mean you understand how the system works as some biologists found out when they used it on their data.
Unclear. You must fit some numbers to what you drew, and then if expecting to use a software program, give the values to the program and run the program to produce an equation.
You are asking about the topic of Curve Fitting. One begins developing skills for this in Basic/Beginning Algebra.
Hello guys I'm tryng to help a student from high school to create a function from the shape of a structure, and I was thinking about drawing something like the structure and
try to find a function from it.
Does someone could give me some help?
You need good reliable values if you want to make a meaningful graph and find a reliable function or equation.
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