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#51 2014-12-07 00:28:22

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Re: Teach David

bobbym wrote:

How would you graph Shivam's example?

See you later, have a chore. Take a look around in the help in the meantime.

Something like :

Plot[y = x^2 + x - 6, {x, 10, -10}]

?


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#52 2014-12-07 01:00:23

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Re: Teach David

Yep, that works!

Or even simpler:

Plot[x^2 + x - 6, {x, 10, -10}]

Last edited by Agnishom (2014-12-07 01:00:55)


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#53 2014-12-07 01:00:57

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Re: Teach David

Chris2 wrote:
bobbym wrote:

You can graph it easily:

Plot[3x - 9,{x,-10,10}]

What does this part means? {x,-10,10} x-min and x-max?


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#54 2014-12-07 02:57:24

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Hi;

Got it now?


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#55 2014-12-07 02:57:59

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Re: Teach David

Hi;
Yes, bobbym


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#56 2014-12-07 03:00:13

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Re: Teach David

What are you looking at now?


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#57 2014-12-07 03:04:34

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Re: Teach David

planing to have my eye shut. Night.


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#58 2014-12-07 03:05:42

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Hi;

Okay, see you later and sleep well.


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#59 2014-12-08 02:18:59

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Re: Teach David

ready to learn.


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#60 2014-12-08 02:20:27

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Re: Teach David

Howdy;

Where are you in the help?


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#61 2014-12-08 02:23:21

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Re: Teach David

Show me something interesting.


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#62 2014-12-08 02:24:34

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Re: Teach David

Let us do some Inequality plots!


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#63 2014-12-08 02:24:59

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Re: Teach David

Okay.


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#64 2014-12-08 02:26:40

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This will be hard since I have never graphed an inequality with m, so hold on.

Apparently, it is all done with the command RegionPlot.

Look at this one!

RegionPlot[x^2 + y^2 < 1, {x, -1, 1}, {y, -1, 1}, Mesh -> 10, MeshShading -> {{Automatic, None}, {None, Automatic}}, ColorFunction -> "DarkRainbow"]


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#65 2014-12-08 02:33:30

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Um... I Don't really understand. O.O the codes O.O...


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#66 2014-12-08 02:36:16

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Neither do I, that is a complicated one. I just want you to see it. It is amazing.

Just cut and paste

RegionPlot[x^2 + y^2 < 1, {x, -1, 1}, {y, -1, 1}, Mesh -> 10, MeshShading -> {{Automatic, None}, {None, Automatic}}, ColorFunction -> "DarkRainbow"]

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#67 2014-12-08 02:36:57

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Re: Teach David

I typed it. M is so much fun and fascinating.

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#68 2014-12-08 02:37:42

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You must type faster than me. Okay, run it!


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#69 2014-12-08 02:38:03

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Re: Teach David

I did. v0dvGpo.png?1

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#70 2014-12-08 02:41:17

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Look at that and all done with one command! Can you believe that is an inequality?


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#71 2014-12-08 02:42:06

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NOPE! I can't.


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#72 2014-12-08 02:44:52

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Re: Teach David

This one is a bit simpler but still way too much for my brain.

You can just copy and paste.

RegionPlot[x^2 + y^3 < 2, {x, -2, 2}, {y, -2, 2}]


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#73 2014-12-08 02:46:54

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Re: Teach David

Interesting.
SKP6oiB.png

Last edited by David (2014-12-08 02:47:07)


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#74 2014-12-08 02:49:21

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The blue part is all the points that satisfy that inequality.

We will try one on our own.

Graph the inequality x + y < 10


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#75 2014-12-08 02:52:15

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I got this :
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