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Plotting points of a function
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Is there a way to plot the points of a graph without the entire function? For example, if I wanted to plot the points of y=x^2 for all integer values of x is there a command I can use, or do I have to just do it manually?
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You can use Sequence((p, p²), p, 100, 100). You might as well use a slider to define the min and max of the points shown, to show the points one by one, dragging the slider. With a slider s you could use something like Sequence((p, p²), p, 5, s).
chris
Also to use the y=x^2 object directly
Is there a way that I could do this for the points of an ODE? For example, could I graph the integer points of S?
https://help.geogebra.org/t...
Using First(S,2500) I'm able to generate this, but is there a way to set the interval? I'm getting hundredths but am trying to just get integers. Would I use some sort of domain restriction?
I was able to figure it out: Using l1=First(S,2500), I did sequence(l1(100p),p,0,25) and got only the integer points. Thank you for the help everybody!
keepif(isinteger(x(P)),P,l1)
please post your file and we can help you
Thanks for the keep command. It seems to be more optimized than my sequence command. Here is the finished file.
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