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> More Help In Creating Dynamic Graphs, Dynamic Gr
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Posted: Aug 27 2007, 06:04 PM




I need more help in creating dynamic graphs. The weakness lies in keeping the graph, say a quadratic curve, in a specific limited domain and range, especially range of the function. I have Examvie 6.1
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Posted: Aug 28 2007, 09:30 AM




Using the parabola function you can restrict either the domain or range of the function. If you choose (x-h)^2=4a(y-k) you can enter values in the Domain boxes that restrict the x values.
If you choose the (y-k)^2=4a(x-h) you can enter values in the Domain boxes that actually restrict the range of y values.
You are correct in that you cannot restrict both x and y. Your only option would be to create 2 inequalities and use the Compound function.
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