Function Plotter

The calculator plots entered functions on the single coordinate plane.

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The user inputs a function of x in the form of a mathematical expression and specifies the start and end boundaries and the number of points to plot. The calculator then plots all entered functions on the same graph, making it easy to see their intersections and compare their shapes and behaviors.

Function Plotter can be useful for a variety of purposes, such as studying and analyzing mathematical functions, teaching mathematical concepts, and solving mathematical problems. It is especially useful for students of mathematics, physics, engineering, and computer science who need to visualize and understand the behavior of mathematical functions.

The function mathematical expression syntax is the same as here: One-variable function graph

PLANETCALC, Function graphs

Function graphs


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PLANETCALC, Function Plotter