output to excel

harriebouwens shared this question 4 years ago
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Is there a possibility to output to excel, fi the x and y values of the plot?

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It's possible by getting values in the spreadsheet, then copying with <Ctrl>C


What plot do you want to export? Can you attach a .ggb file?

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Thanks for your prompt answer. In principle I want a solution for the Heart form equation:


(x^2 + y^2 – 1)^3 – x^2y^3 = 0

for known y values, but I cannot find an answer.

The next best is having a plot from GeoGebra withthe x, y values

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Here's a quick attempt:

http://ggbtu.be/mz7NrPIjB

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You can also put a point on the heart and trace its coordinates to the spreadsheet

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You can also try this in the CAS View


  1. Solve[Substitute[(x^2 + y^2 – 1)^3 – x^2y^3, y=0.5]]


or even

  1. Flatten[Sequence[Solve[Substitute[(x^2 + y^2 – 1)^3 – x^2y^3, y=p]],p,-1,1,0.1]]

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