Curve

It constructs a curve.

Syntax

curve(Function, Range)
curve(Function, Real, Real)
curve(Expression, Identifier, Range)
curve(List, Identifier, Range)
curve(List, Range)

Description

Given a function f(x)LaTeXf(x) and a range RLaTeXR, it constructs a curve described by f(x)LaTeXf(x), where xR.

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Given a function f(x)LaTeXf(x) and two reals a and b, it constructs a curve described by f(x)LaTeXf(x), where x(a,b).

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Given an expression f(x)LaTeXf(x), an identifier xLaTeXx and a range RLaTeXR, it constructs a curve described by f(x)LaTeXf(x), where xRLaTeXx \in R.

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Given a list {f1(x),f2(x)}, an identifier xLaTeXx and a range RLaTeXR, it constructs a curve described by {f1(x),f2(x)}LaTeX\lbrace f_1(x), f_2(x) \rbrace, where xRLaTeXx \in R.

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Given a list {f1(x),f2(x)}LaTeX\lbrace f_1(x), f_2(x) \rbrace and a range RLaTeXR, it constructs a curve described by {f1(x),f2(x)}LaTeX\lbrace f_1(x), f_2(x) \rbrace, where xRLaTeXx \in R.

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