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himtn@ecpi.com

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Re: Factoring
Posted: Apr 15, 1998 12:49 PM
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So does Derive. Also a TI85 can plot implicit functions given the correct
program.

>Mathematica does plot implicit functions.
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>At 10:13 PM -0400 4/13/98, Dave Slomer wrote:

>>>> Better Effort #2
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>>>Until technology can plot implicit functions, you need to complete the
>>>square (factoring) to get many functions into y= form.

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>>Of course, any symbol manipulator worth its salt has no trouble solving
>>quadratics for y as 2 functions of x, at which point, we plot both.

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