Why can't plot circle? (x+3)^2+(y+5)^2=9 is equal to y=±sqrt(9-(x-3)^2)-5, just enter 2 equation(±, so one +, and one -) and plot it, you will find the circle
Wonderful Simple to use and perfect for anything math related you could need in school and more than that. If you really need to plot circles I would assume you use different software on the PC like GeoGebra or something. You can plot multiple graphs in different colors and find intersections. The only thing missing would be being able to input fractions as actual fractions instead of using parentheses and the division symbol but that can be overlooked. (Also no y variable)
Useful,but room for improvment The square root of a number has two valuse,one positive and one negative. Grapher only takes into account the positive value so when plotted it will not give the proper graph. Also, the input is basic for example a fraction has to be entered in the form of a divide sign this makes the equation harder to read. if input is familiarised and fixed square root problem will rate 5 stars
Great and simple Would like 0.1 for coarse and 0.01 for fine x axis steps instead of irregular intervals. Other then this excellent app. Thanks!
Very good ! I recommend 100% Very good and sooo practical!Now i can verify very easily if i made my graphs right !
Has an excellent interface n does everything that one wants to do with graphs!! Love it Has an easy interface, allows more than 1 graph simultaneously, has diff colours, works well n looks good 😎
* Fix crash bug involving bad window limit values
Graphing Calculator for Functions, Geometry, Algebra, Calculus, and Statistics
The Graphing Calculator for Geometry, Algebra, Calculus, Statistics and 3D Math!