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ccheart

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How do you graph for Y1 and Y2 like I would on a graphing calculator to see how two equations intersect?

Examples: y1=1/2x^2 and y2=4x-5

y1=3x^2+5 and y2=4

Thanks
 [Jun 5, 2006 11:20:41 PM] [Link]
pskinner

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 Re: Graphing 2 lines/polynomials at once? Reply to this Post Reply with Quote

That feature is not currently available. We plan to add it in the near future (1-2 months).
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pskinner

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Just to let you know, we added this feature today.

Under the Menu item "Graphing", go to "Systems of Equation Plotting" and select any one of the three calculators.
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Principal Skinner
 [Jul 9, 2006 5:15:27 PM] [Link]