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Comments on Ask MetaFilter post Need help using the Quick graph apps in ipad.Fri, 31 Jan 2014 18:58:37 -0800Sat, 01 Feb 2014 08:17:20 -0800en-ushttp://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss60Question: Need help using the Quick graph apps in ipad.
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I need to help my son to design a picture using different transformation equations for his algebra graphic design project.For that we are thinking of using the ipad apps.we need to draw graphs with restrictions for the x variables.We have Quick Graph Apps for ipad and he was able to graph different equations.Now,our problem is we don't know how to apply the restrictions and create a picture to submit.Looking forward to hear ideas and suggestions from math experts.post:ask.metafilter.com,2014:site.256336Fri, 31 Jan 2014 18:58:37 -0800SunPowerMathipadappsBy: bluefly
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<em>Looking forward to hear ideas and suggestions from math experts.</em><br>
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You don't need a math expert, you need a Quick Graph expert. <a href="http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/201845/gr-11-functions-limiting-domain-and-range-on-a-graphing-calculator">This Maths SE question</a> seems to be trying to achieve something similar. Basically in order to restrict the domain (the <em>x</em> variable), you need to formulate an if-statement - if(condition on<em> x</em> holds, do this, else do this).<br>
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Also, that questioner seems to be using the paid version of Quick Graph (don't know if this makes a difference).comment:ask.metafilter.com,2014:site.256336-3725321Sat, 01 Feb 2014 08:17:20 -0800bluefly