This demonstration plots the graph of an equation of the form \(f(x, y) = g(x, y)\).

You can change the following inputs in the demonstration.

- The function \(f(x, y)\) can be entered in a box.
- The function \(g(x, y)\) can be entered in a box.
- The interval in the \(x\)-axis which is visible can be changed by sliders.
- The interval in the \(y\)-axis which is visible can be changed by sliders.

To start the demonstration, click on the button "Launch the Demonstration Now."

To change the inputs in the demonstration, note the following.

- When you type something in an input box, the demonstration won't recompute until you hit Return on your keyboard.
- When you drag a slider back and forth, the demonstration won't recompute until you let go of the mouse button.
- There may be a few second delay when the demonstration recomputes, depending on the speed of your internet connection.

Ethan Bloch

Professor of Mathematics

Bard College

- Office: Albee 317
- Phone: (845) 758-7266
- Email: bloch "at" bard "dot" edu
- Website: faculty.bard.edu/bloch/

Office Hours:

- Monday: TBA
- Tuesday: TBA
- Wednesday: TBA
- Or by appointment