# Parametric Equation Grapher

Enter the Parametric Curve. Use t as your variable.

See Examples

HELP

Use the keypad given to enter parametric curves. Use t as your variable. Click on "PLOT" to plot the curves you entered.

Here are a few examples of what you can enter.

$t^{2}-1$

$\cos(t)-2$

${1}/{t}$

Here is how you use the buttons

PLOT | Plots the curves entered. |

CLEAR | Removes all text in the textfield. |

DEL | Deletes the last element before the cursor. |

trig | Shows the trigonometry functions. |

◀ | Move the cursor left. |

▶ | Move the cursor right. |

▲ | Move the cursor up. |

▼ | Move the cursor down. |

${□}^{□}$ | Exponent. |

${□}^{2}$ | Squared. |

${□}/{□}$ | Fraction. |

$√{□}$ | Square Root. |

$√^{□}{□}$ | Nth Root. |

(□) | Parenthesis. |

log | Log base 10. |

ln | Natural log(base e). |

|$□$| | Absolute value. |