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Graphing ellipse and hyperbola in standard form (Video)
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Special Functions:

Greatest Integer Function
Example 1: Graph y = [[x]]; Input y = [[x]]
Example 2: Graph y = [[x + 2]]; Input y = [[x + 2]]
Example 3: Graph y = [[x - 3]]; Input y = [[x - 3]]
Note: Graph should be in "point mode".

Conic Sections: Circle, Ellipse, Hyperbola, Parabola               
Input Format: circle(h; k; r); where (h, k) is center of circle and r is radius
Example: (x - 4)2 + (y + 3)2 = 25; Input will be circle(4; -3; 5)
Example: x2 + y2 = 20; Input will be circle(0; 0; √ ̅(20))


              
Input Format: ellipse(h; k; value under (x - h)2; value under (y - k)2); where (h, k) is center of ellipse
Example: (x - 4)2/16 + (y + 3)2/9 = 1; Input will be ellipse(4; -3; 16; 9)
Example: (y - 2)2/25 + (x + 7)2/12 = 1; Input will be ellipse(-7; 2; 12; 25)


              
Input Format: hyperbolaXY(h; k; value under (x - h)2; value under (y - k)2);
where (h, k) is center of ellipse
Example: (x - 4)2/16 - (y + 3)2/9 = 1; Input will be hyperbolaXY(4; -3; 16; 9)
Example: x2/15 - y2/20 = 1; Input will be hyperbolaXY(0; 0; 15; 20)


              
Input Format: hyperbolaYX(h; k; value under (x - h)2; value under (y - k)2);
where (h, k) is center of ellipse
Example: (y - 6)2/16 - (x + 7)2/9 = 1; Input will be hyperbolaYX(-7; 6; 9; 16)
Example: y2/15 - x2/20 = 1; Input will be hyperbolaYX(0; 0; 15; 20)


Statistics Functions

              
Input Format: normalpdf(μ; σ) where μ is population mean and σ is population standard deviation
Example: Draw pdf for normal population with μ = 0 and σ = 1. Input will normalpdf(0; 1)
Example: Draw pdf for normal population with μ = 2 and σ = 5. Input will normalpdf(2; 5)

              
Input Format: normalcdf(μ; σ) where μ is population mean and σ is population standard deviation
Example: Draw cdf for normal population with μ = 0 and σ = 1. Input will normalcdf(0; 1)
Example: Draw cdf for normal population with μ = 2 and σ = 5. Input will normalcdf(2; 5)

              
Input Format: tdistpdf(DF) where DF is degrees of freedom
Example: Draw pdf for t-distribution with degrees of freedom of 15. tdistpdf(15)

              
Input Format: tdistcdf(DF) where DF is degrees of freedom
Example: Draw cdf for t-distribution with degrees of freedom of 15. tdistcdf(15)

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Drawing Parabola Through Vertex and One Point               
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