How to make positive and negative sign in input box for function?

Math123 shared this question 1 year ago
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How to make function as y = ax +- b. where a and b are sliders value. I want Plus / Minus sign as input box and slider without number. so i can select sign by switching slider and input box. Pls see attached as an example.

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why not choose a dropdownlist with the two signs if you don't want to use numbers -1 and 1? (See file added)It's very confusing what you're asking for. If after 7 replies users still don't get what you want, you might reconsider the explication of your wishes.

chris

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a x+s b is not enough?

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No it is not clear for my project. i don't want to use 's' it makes confusion in Text and slider , is it possible to make sign without number.

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perhaps an input box for a and another for b ?

how do you think to write ± in input box?

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I want to make slider for SIGN + , - and this slider use in Input box and TEXT to see the change of sign in my function.

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 i don't want to use 's' it makes confusion in Text
I want to make slider for SIGN + , - and this slider use in Input box 

sorry. I can not understand you

can another user help?

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Dear @mathmagic is there any way to make slider for SIGN +- without number like i used slider in attachment +1,-1 with increment 2, it makes value +1 and -1 but i don't want to use +1 or -1 just sign + and -.

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Here

|y - ax|=b

I know it's cheating but idc

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why not choose a dropdownlist with the two signs if you don't want to use numbers -1 and 1? (See file added)It's very confusing what you're asking for. If after 7 replies users still don't get what you want, you might reconsider the explication of your wishes.

chris

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Thanks @ccambre it worked. That's why i attached the file so user can understand my question. Again Thanks i always found support from your team.

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Chris did the ligth, I think

the attached?

Files: foro.ggb
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