Hello everyone,

I need a little help. Can anyone give me the link to download a graph sketching software, by which one can draw any and every type of graphs. I have "Geogebra" but that doesn't help me. I need some kindaa perfect graph plotter.

Any kind of help will be heartily appreciated.

`Thanks a lot`

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TopNewestDesmos or geometry pad both are free and available on mobile and PC.

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May I ask you why Geogebra is not helpful to you?

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Suppose I want to draw wavy curve graph for the signs of any rational expression, then can it be done using Geogebra ? Honestly, I don't have any idea whether Geogebtra will help with this or not, so I want to know.

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I do not know what you mean by "signs" but you can certainly plot rational expressions with Geogebra.

For example, just type

`y=(x^2+5 x+2)/(x^3 + 7 x + 9)`

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If I want to draw a graph like this (wavy curve method to get the signs of the rational expressions), can it be done using geogebra, if yes, then how ?

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For example, here is what you get when you enter the following in the input box:

`y = (x - 3) (x - 4) (x - 5)^3 / (x - 6)^2 (x - 2)^2`

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Well, you can use Desmos Graphing calculator for that. Its available on Google play store as an app for android device or you can just visit desmos.com/calculator

Hope that helps!!

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Is it available for laptop too ?

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www.desmos.com

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Yes.

I just gave you the link to calculator in the above note, which you can access from any browser installed on your laptop.

But I don't know if Desmos is available in download/offline version for the reason that I always open the above link from my laptop whenever I need a graphing calculator.

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You can try this,although it is not available for download it is quite good!

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If someone needs to draw freehand graphs i.e. not graph for any particular expression ?

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Well, those free-hand graphs you can always draw on a graph paper. Why do you need a software for that??

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Free hand graphs,like ogives?

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Geogebra let's you draw one without the equation though.

For more complicated curves, BeizerCurves looks like a good idea

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Graph.tk

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well i dont use much this app but i have an app for graphs called freegracal (searh on app store for graphic calculator) may be it would help.

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its for ios i guess

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sorry to write here i am in class 12 please guide me aspiring for 300 + in mains

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Picture Sir you might like this app its called maths labs.

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This one is best

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