How to plot (x^2-5)^2+y^2=16 without a calculator?

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There's this cool device called a pencil that was developed a few years ago and this ancient invention I think it was called paper with horizontal and vertical lines.

These two devices worked much better than the stylus and wax tablet or clay tablet that had to be dried out to preserve it.

I remember using pencil and graph paper worked well to create graphs of functions. First by computing a table of x,y value pairs using the function.

Alternatively, you could try:

https://www.desmos.com/calculator

Or, you could use freemat installed on your pc:

http://freemat.sourceforge.net/

Matlab:
x=[1:10]
y x.*x
plot(x,y)

LASTLY, your post looks like homework. We require you to show some effort in solving it.

Closing this thread.
 
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