2D Graphs

To add a new 2D graph on KAlgebra, select the 2D Graph tab and click the Add tab to add a new function. Your focus will go to an input text box where you can type your function.

If you want to use a typical `f(x)`

function it is not
necessary to specify it, but if you want a `f(y)`

or a polar
function, you will have to add `y->`

and `q->`

as the bounded variables.

Examples:

`sin(x)`

`x²`

`y->sin(y)`

`q->3*sin(7*q)`

`t->vector{sin t, t**2}`

If you have entered the function click on the button to display the graph in the main window.