Hi!

I was online (on Khan Academy) and a sudden math question hindered me...

And the hint for that problem was:

"Use an online Graphing calculator"

So I was wondering if you could point me to an online graphing calculator.

Thank you in advance:

CuteDramione

CuteDramione Sep 8, 2019

#1**+1 **

I'm not sure if this is off-topic or not...

If it is, DON'T SUE ME PLEASE!

CuteDramione Sep 8, 2019

#4**+1 **

Desmos is a beautiful and easy to use online graphing calculator.

Travisio already gave you the address. Thanks Travisio, thanks to you too Calc use.

Melody Sep 9, 2019

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Warum? My German is not great but except for capitalization, and the obvious gap in Melody it looks ok to me.

It is informal, maybe it should be formal... But I am not German so I certainly do not mind that.

How do you think Travisio should have written it ?

Melody
Sep 19, 2019

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“du bist willkommen Melody” would normally be translated as an invitational greeting, such as “Welcome to my home, Melody” or “You are welcome to ...[try solving the equations, Melody ]”

Optimal replies:

“Bitte” Translation (in this context): “You’re welcome.” Brief, polite, and casually informal.

“Bitte schön” Translation: “You’re welcome.” polite, familiarly informal.

“Bitte sehr” Translation: “You’re welcome.” polite formal. Usually used in response to a “Danke sehr” a formal “thank you.”

Guest Sep 19, 2019

#10**+1 **

Thanks Ginger, that does make sense.

It would just have been better if Travisio wrote

Bitte schön or Bitte Sehr

I am reapeating with the hope of implanting into my brain.

Travisios answer was still good. I do not know if Travisio is appempting to learn of if he just justed a translator but either way I was pleased to see his attempt.

Melody
Sep 20, 2019