More funky maths stuff

[tex]y=xsin(x^2)[/tex]


[graph]x*sin(x^2)[/graph]

Comments

  1. Very nice jonesieboy. I even used sweary words when I viewed it for the first time. (in i nice way of course) I'm going to shout on Samantha to see what she thinks.

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  2. Oh dear Boys and their toys. Do you not pity those blog widows out there who have lost their husbands to the world of blogging.

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  3. Ha ha. I tricked her into commenting on a blog for the first time. The only way is up. I think I'd better buy a second computer for her.

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  4. Hi Samantha!

    It's only for the benefit of the kids, honest! It works in comments too:
    [tex]y=x^2[/tex]
    [graph]x^2[/graph]

    Have a go!  Just type [ graph ] without any spaces, then the rhs of the function - x^2 in the example I did, then [/ graph ] again without spaces.

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  5. Wow, it works. That's the easiest graph I've ever drwn.

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  6. I've got to try this... [graph]3*x+2[/graph]

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  7. Mind you, I could have sworn I typed (without the spaces) [ graph ]3x+2[ /graph], and that's not the graph I'd have expected. There must be more to the syntax than I thought.

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  8. It stopped working whilst I fixed it so that it can cope with a plus sign! The original plugin I was using was basically broken, so I switched into geek mode and have hopefully fixed it now.

    [tex]x^3+3x-2[/tex]
    [graph]x^3+3x-2[/graph]

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  9. [graph] x^3+5[/graph]

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  10. [graph]x^3+2[/graph]

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  11. [graph](x^3)+2[/graph]

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  12. I must've typed something wrongly on my very first one. Please feel free to delete these. It is cool though :)

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  13. Fingers crossed i can get it to work..

    [graph]3xsin(x)[/graph]

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  14. How about now?

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  15. You just missed the brackets in sin(x) - I put them in for you, and it works now :)

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  16. What's going on with the time on this blog. Is it an hour ahead?

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  17. Yeah - I'm still on BST :)

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  18. [graph]3x-2[/graph]

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  19. Hi jonesie!
    How are you!
    Just pottering about and came across this wee graph thing. I've got a wordpress blog too but can't get this to work in mine. Is there anything I might be missing??

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  20. Hi Michael! Very well thanks. I've tweaked the plugin a bit - I'll email you a copy of exactly what I use.

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