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Zooming in should not move a point over a curve
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Hi!
Consider the following construction:
eq1: x² + y³ = 1
A=Point(eq1)
I would like to zoom in around the point A, but when I do so the point moves to some other place. Sometimes, the new position is not even over the curve. Why is that happening? Is it possible to avoid this behaviour?
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Hi heldergeovane,
hmm, why do you think, that A is ONE point?
It isn't  every point on your implicit curve given by eq1 "is" A.
point(eq1) is two values internally, it is point(eq1,pathparameter) pathparameter is a number from 0 to 1 and 0 means begining and 1 means end
eq1 has different beging and end when you zoom so A is different point
if you want control this changes you can use another way for restricting the point in curve like dynamiccoords
you can try
f(x)=cbrt(1x^2)
point(f)
the functions are parameterized in a standard form by xAxis
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