Solving system equations with graphs

Enter data for a Graph

Y
=
X

Y
=
X

A general function format for this graphing program is Y = +/- aX^n +/- b

To create a graph, enter a sign and number in front of X if your function has a minus or/and number in front of X. You may enter only a minus sign or a minus sign and a number. If the number sign in front of X is +, you do not have to enter it. You need enter only the minus sign.

If your function is linear, do not enter the power number. If the function includes X^2, enter 2 in the power field. If the function has b, enter sign and b number.

To delete a number or sign, use the backspace key on your keyboard.

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