GraphMaker is a simple but yet powerful engine for calculating the graph of a function. Super useful for maths homework and for teachers to use in class.
The code so flexible that you can implement it in your own project and can overwrite every single detail of it. If you have no coding experience, that is not a problem either. You can simply implement the widget on your own site and that is it. You are ready to go!
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In our graph system you can use all the basic math operators like: + - * /
X is the only variable that you should use when you write your functions. Forms like y=f(x) are not allowed. You can only write the part after the y= which should contain only the X variable.
There are only two constants that can be used:
Below is a table of how you can use some other features of this engine:
|pi||this is a constant with the value ~3.14|
|sin(x)||x should be in radians|
|cos(x)||x should be in radians|
|tan(x)||x should be in radians|
|asin(x)||returns the arcsin|
|acos(x)||returns the arccos|
|atan(x)||returns the arctan|
|sqrt(x)||gets the square root of a number|
|root(a, b)||gets the root of a number.|
|ln(x)||get the log with base e of x|
|exp(x)||same as if you'd type pow(e, x)|
|log10(x)||get the logarithm with base 10 of x
similar to logb(x, 10)
|logb(x, base)||x is the value whose logarithm you want to find
base is the base value. Note: Do not use brackets in be 'base' because that might throw an error. We're working on it ;)
|abs(X)||returns the absolute value of a function of x value|
We hope our little but advanced project would help you with your maths.