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:
I'm not sure if this is off-topic or not...
If it is, DON'T SUE ME PLEASE!
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.
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 ?
“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 ]”
“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.”
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.