There is a program called "Graph" that is fairly popular at MHF. It's a free program and you can find it here.
You can also use WolframAlpha.
-Dan
There is a program called "Graph" that is fairly popular at MHF. It's a free program and you can find it here.
You can also use WolframAlpha.
-Dan
thanks for your reply
can you tell me how to do it with that Graph program exactly, because I don't seem to make it work
also, that search engine how can it help with my request?
thanks
PS: I need the graphs for the function, for v = 1, 2, 3...15
all at the same axis at the same time
Using Graph, select "function" then select "Insert function" then type in x^3, say. Then click "OK" at the bottom. You'll have to put each function in one at a time.
Using WolframAlpha type plot y = x^2 and y = x^3, etc. You might have to wait a moment.
Why do you have to put 15 graphs on one set of axes? That seems ridiculous. You'll never be able to pick out which curve is which!
-Dan