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Text Only ( Recommended ) iFrame ( For Embedding ) Full ( Beta ) iFrame Full ( For Embedding [ Beta ] )

The text only url link returns only what is written on each entry, and will display whatever is written onto the entries

The full url link returns not only the text but everything else that could be associated with the graph.
So it can return the color used, if it was dashed, any calculus stuff, trace points, etc.

[ NOTE: Although it is still in the works and trace points don't seem to function too well, plus the calculus things tend to not be friendly with each other ]

[ NOTE: Although it is still in the works and trace points don't seem to function too well, plus the calculus things tend to not be friendly with each other ]

This is used to embed this web app onto other websites.

This is used to embed this web app onto other websites, while also using the full url link. Which not only
graphs the text given, but everything else that could be associated with the graph. So it can return the
color used, if it was dashed, any calculus stuff, trace points, etc.

[ NOTE: Although it is still in the works and trace points don't seem to function too well, plus the calculus things tend to not be friendly with each other ]

[ NOTE: Although it is still in the works and trace points don't seem to function too well, plus the calculus things tend to not be friendly with each other ]

Display Button Link

Is the button placed on the top?

Button Text:

Button Text:

Instructions: *** Works best in the Google Chrome Browser.***

- Drag to Pan
- Mouse Wheel to Zoom
`Trace points are draggable (trace).`- Right click to remove trace points.
- Type in an
`h`when finished creating a trigonometry function to turn it into it's hyperbolic form - Type
`(3,2)`to plot a point (movable). - Type
`line AB`to graph a line through points A and B. - Type
`segment AB`to graph line segment AB. - Type
`sector ABC`to graph a sector of a circle with center A, and endpoints B and C - Type
`circle AB`to graph a circle with center A through B. - Type
`parabola ABC`with focus A and line through B and C. - Type
`ellipse ABC`with foci A and B through C. - Type
`hyperbola ABC`with foci A and B through C. - Type
`lagrange ABCDE`for Lagrange Polynomial through pts. - Type
`triangle ABC`with points A, B, and C. - Type
`x = 3`for draggable vertical line (VLT). - Conic Sections through points are dynamic.
- Conic Sections are constrained using trace points.
- Type
`f(x)=`to define functions. Note: You can type any name with (x) at the end of it to make it into a defined function - Type
`f(3)`to evaluate functions. - Calculus operations are dynamic as well.
- Hit refresh to start over. :)
- More capabilities coming soon.

** Open Graphing Calculator** is an open source project, feel free to fork the source on GitHub, submit issues, and contribute.