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Program for absolute value graphs

  1. Apr 10, 2005 #1

    aek

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    Is there any program online that can draw graphs ie. absolute value graphs, quadratics, cubics .....
     
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  3. Apr 10, 2005 #2

    SpaceTiger

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    There are a ton of programs that do this (in astronomy circles, IDL and supermongo are popular), but if you just want something simple and you have Windows XP, you can try the powertoys calculator.
     
  4. Apr 10, 2005 #3

    xanthym

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    The following on-line Web Site can graph {y=f(x)} in addition to performing symbolic differentiation and integration. Remember to use Parentheses "()" to group terms and Square Brackets for standard functions like "sin[x^2 + 3]" and "exp[x*sin[3*x^5] + 4]". Use menu in upper right corner of home page to choose. (Basic capabilities are free and do not need password. Additional can be purchased.)

    http://www.calc101.com


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