How can I draw graph of integer part function

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I want to draw integer part function graph.

It is written in the following manner

y=[x]

https://ggbm.at/1447643 1

floor(x)

see ceil(x) and round(x) also

if you want remark the discontinuity points then you can do a sequence

saludos 1

floor(x)

see ceil(x) and round(x) also

if you want remark the discontinuity points then you can do a sequence

saludos

Dear Friend

Is it possible to define floor function as a parametric one, floor(x) and x varies between let say -10 to +10 and draw its graph?

I search geoGebra but could find any page related to draw floor function, at least to my knowledge.

Will be happy if you could guide me.

I am trying to show to my daughter (a high school student of mathematics) how the graph will change when the coef. a in f(x)=[ax] will vary. 1

Hi,

how the graph will change when the coef. a in f(x)=[ax] will vary.

f(x) = If[ -10<=x<=10, floor( a x ) ]

?

https://ggbm.at/1447661 1

Hi,

how the graph will change when the coef. a in f(x)=[ax] will vary.

f(x) = If[ -10<=x<=10, floor( a x ) ]

?

Dear Patrick

Thank you very much.

You saved a lot of time for me.

Regards

Rasoul 1

Hi,

how the graph will change when the coef. a in f(x)=[ax] will vary.

f(x) = If[ -10<=x<=10, floor( a x ) ]

?

Dear Patrick

Thank you very much.

You saved a lot of time for me.

Regards

Rasoul 1

Hi,

how the graph will change when the coef. a in f(x)=[ax] will vary.

f(x) = If[ -10<=x<=10, floor( a x ) ]

?

Dear Patrick

I have another question in the same subject.

Let say I have drawn f(x)=[x]

I want to add another graph in the same window to compare them.

Something like f(x)=[0.5x]

When I draw the second function, it replaces the first one. I want to add it not replace it.

I think it should be an easy task but I can't find the proper step. 1

Hi,

I want to add it not replace it.

So, don't use the same name...

just try g(x)=[0.5 x] 1

Hi,

I want to add it not replace it.

So, don't use the same name...

just try g(x)=[0.5 x]

Yes that is the solution.

Thank you very much.