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# Plotting & Graphics

Plotting and graphing are methods of visualizing the behavior of mathematical functions. Use Wolfram|Alpha to generate plots of functions, equations and inequalities in one, two and three dimensions. Gain additional perspective by studying polar plots, parametric plots, contour plots, region plots and many other types of visualizations of the functions and equations of interest to you.

Functions

Graph a function of one variable as a curve in the plane.

#### Plot on a log-linear scale:

Equations

Plot the solution set of an equation in two or three variables.

#### Plot the solution to an equation in two variables:

Parametric Plots

Graph parametric equations in two or three dimensions.

#### Draw a parametric surface in three dimensions:

3D Plots

Plot a function of two variables as a surface in three-dimensional space.

#### Specify explicit ranges for the variables:

Inequalities

Plot the solution set of an inequality or system of inequalities.

#### Plot a region satisfying multiple inequalities:

Number Lines

Plot a set of numbers or values on a real number line.

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### RELATED EXAMPLES

• Algebra
• Applications of Calculus
• Domain & Range
• Geometry
• Numbers
• Polar Plots

Draw a graph of points or curves in the polar coordinate system.