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    Graphing Calculator Project

    Hey Guys,

    In Calculus, today, I received a fairly difficult project -- probably not as hard as you would think, but I do need help. We are asked to create one picture on our Graphing Calculators. I have done about 11 so far, but none are as I like them.

    This is what I put into the Y Values:

    Y1= (81-X )
    Y2= -(81-X2)
    Y3= (4-(X+3)2)+3.7
    Y4= (4-(X-3)2)+3.7
    Y5= -(1-X2)
    Y6= -(16-X2)-2
    Y7= -(1-(X+3)2)+3
    Y8= -(1-(X-3)2)+3
    Y9= -.7abs X+12

    *Note: The symbol stands for the square root symbol. The big 2s at the ends of the Xs stands for "squared". I couldn't find a way to make them smaller.

    Here are my window values:

    Xmin= -12
    Xmax= 12
    Xscl= 1
    Ymin= -10
    Ymax= 15
    Yscl= 1

    This should produce a smiley face. Can you show me some of your graphics and formulas you have used? I would greatly appreciate it!

    Thanks,

    Jamond
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    Mickey MOuse

    I had to do this last year but we did Mickey Mouse
    I couldnt find the sheet that I worked it out on but I did look on the web and this is suppose to make the mickey mouse picture... I hope it works for you

    ClrHome
    Func
    4 Xmin
    36 Xmax
    0 Xscl
    7 Ymin
    33 Ymax
    0 Yscl
    ClrDraw
    Shade(28-(16-(X-28)-),28+(16-(X-28)-))
    Shade(28-(16-(X-12)-),28+(16-(X-12)-))
    Shade(14-.5(4-(X-20)-),14+.5((4-(X-20)-))
    Shade(18-1.5(1-(X-18)-),18+1.5(1-(X-18)-))
    Shade(18-1.5(1-(X-22)-),(18+1.5(1-(X-22)-))
    Shade(14+(2/3)(9-(X-27)-),20+(7/8)(64-(X-20)-))
    Shade(14+(2/3)(9-(X-13)-),20+(7/8)(64-(X-20)-))
    Shade(20+2(4-(X-22)-),20+(7/8)(64-(X-20)-))
    Shade(20+2(4-(X-18)-),20+(7/8)(64-(X-20)-))
    DrawF 18.5+(5/2)(1-(X-22)-)
    DrawF 18.5-(5/2)(1-(X-22)-)
    DrawF 18.5+(5/2)(1-(X-18)-)
    DrawF 18.5-(5/2)(1-(X-18)-)
    DrawF 15+(1/3)(9-(X-20)-)
    DrawF 22+(1-(X-22)-)
    DrawF 22+((1-(X-18)-)
    DrawF 14-(3/5)(100-(X-20)-)
    DrawF 10-.5(16-(X-20)-)
    DrawF 14+.5(1-(X-27)-)
    DrawF 14+(1/2)(1-(X-13)-)
    Shade(12-.75(16-(X-20)-),14.5-(3/7)(49-(X-20)-))


    Just let me know if you were looking for something else
    Last edited by Caycee7; August 8th 2006 at 05:06 PM.
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    Website

    Hey,

    What website did you get that from?

    Thanks,

    Jamond
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    Gerrr

    Hey
    I'm sorry but I did a ton of searches and checked all of yesterday's history and cannot find it... I used yahoo for the search engine but today the page isnt showing up. Did the steps work for you? And if you really need it, I can drop by my old teacher's class and ask her...
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    Hmm

    Hey,

    The steps probably do work, but I don't know how to go about putting it in.. If you can give me some basic instructions, I would be happy to try it out. It's due tomorrow, though.

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