How to covert points into radians?

JacktheChristian shared this question 5 months ago
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How do I convert the points from my sin graph from numbers into radians. For example, I am graphing a sin graph and adding point manually for the peak and and the lowest point but instead of the point showing as (pi,1) or something it shows as (1,1). My x-axis is in radians but the points are still not showing as radians.


I need my x-coordinate to be in radians but the y-coordinate to stay as a number.


As you can see, the points are still showing as numbers on both the side and the actual graph.

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Try changing the function to

3sin(x°)-4sin³(x°)

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Adding the degrees after the x changes how the graph looks and still doesn't fix the problem. The point is still in either cartesian (two numbers) or polar (two angles in degrees)

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see the onupdate script for A

podría ser bueno añadirlo como habilidad de GG

Files: foro.ggb
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what's the problem with the above attached file

/AXaHElPo7YcPAAAAAElFTkSuQmCC

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There is nothing wrong with it. When I open it up, it opens as a blank with nothing on it. Probably a problem with my laptop that I'm trying to fix. I will try on my PC later when I'm at home if it doesn't work.

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open it online(download before I delete it)

https://www.geogebra.org/cl...

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