Plotting Graphs with Domain & Range as Integers

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In summary, the domain of a graph represents the set of all possible input values, while the range represents the set of all possible output values. To determine the domain and range of a graph with integer values, you can look at the x-axis for the domain and the y-axis for the range. The domain will be the set of all integers represented on the x-axis, while the range will be the set of all integers represented on the y-axis. Both the domain and range of a graph with integer values can be negative, meaning that the graph can have both positive and negative integers as input and output values. To plot a graph with integer values on a coordinate plane, you will need to label the x-axis and y-axis with integer values
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I am trying to plot a graph with the domain and range as integers. So instead of a continuous function, I will have points only plotted on the integers.

Does anyone know how to do this?
 
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The plot command may be used to plot simple graphs,
plot( x^3, x=-3..3); ......

Read http://www.rose-hulman.edu/~rickert/Classes/ma111/maple1.html"
 
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Those will yield all continuous graphs. The domain and range of the function I am using are integers not real numbers so I need a calling method that will only plot at the integers.
 

Related to Plotting Graphs with Domain & Range as Integers

1. What is the difference between domain and range in a graph?

The domain of a graph represents the set of all possible input values, while the range represents the set of all possible output values.

2. How do I determine the domain and range of a graph with integer values?

To determine the domain and range of a graph with integer values, you can look at the x-axis for the domain and the y-axis for the range. The domain will be the set of all integers represented on the x-axis, while the range will be the set of all integers represented on the y-axis.

3. Can the domain and range of a graph with integer values be negative?

Yes, the domain and range of a graph with integer values can be negative. This means that the graph can have both positive and negative integers as input and output values.

4. How do I plot a graph with integer values on a coordinate plane?

To plot a graph with integer values on a coordinate plane, you will need to label the x-axis and y-axis with integer values. Then, plot each point on the graph by locating the corresponding integer values on the axes and drawing a point at their intersection.

5. Can I use a graph with integer values to represent continuous data?

No, a graph with integer values is typically used to represent discrete data, where the input and output values are distinct and separate. To represent continuous data, a graph with real numbers is usually used.

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