How do you graph z=y^2?

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Second question, If I enter something geogebra doesn't like it will delete it. Sometimes I put a lot of effort into entering something and then it just gets deleted. Is there a way to tell geogebra to never delete

anything?

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In v.6 Classic and v.5 Classic I have no issues with your equation. Which version of ggb are you using, and what is your OS?

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In v.6 Classic and v.5 Classic I have no issues with your equation. Which version of ggb are you using, and what is your OS?

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Hi

For your second question :

Yes, it happens that objects are deleted after GeoGebra doesn't like something

I saw this when i modify a definition in Properties window

I think it doesn't happen if you modify in Input bar (copy definition in Properties, write in Input bar name object = then paste), or write directly definition of a new object in Input bar

Anyway in Input bar, you can find all you write before (with up arrow), select and modify

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First question: I can't get it to not work again. But before it would not work. Seriously I tried for like 15 minutes and created new graphs a few times but this time it just worked. It was saying "Please enter an explicit function in x". Now it's just mocking me with perfect graphs every time lol.


Second question: This is far more frustrating on android. Sometimes it's my fault like if I reuse a variable by mistake which maybe cascades. I just wish there were a way to have it never erase anything.

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Yes


If it is an syntax error (for example you forget a ")"), or if you have "Please enter an explicit function in x" no problem

But sometimes, we write a definition of an object without syntax error, but it has no sense, and objects who depend with this object are deleted.. Logical..

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