I was graphing random functions on geogebra and bumped into something I can't explain. I input \((\sin (x))^x\) and saw this:

Look at \(x= 4, 5, 6\) etc. It seems as if the graph equation's not defined there. And I can't figure out why. Am I missing something obvious? I'd be really glad if someone explained what's happening here.

Thanks in advance!

**Edit:** I figured it out. Silly me!

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TopNewestNote that between about \(\displaystyle 3.2\) and \(\displaystyle 6.2\), the value of \(\displaystyle\sin(x)\) is

negative... So, it is pretty obvious what is going on here.A negative number to a positive fractional power is

not defined, so it clear that the grapher would get mad as hell!!! lol.EDIT:It is defined atintegralpowers though...But, since it is just a singlepoint, it is not visible, I guess. – Anish Puthuraya · 2 years, 7 months agoLog in to reply

yup... – Tootie Frootie · 2 years, 7 months ago

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Never mind. I figured it out. Why am I so stupid? Argh! – Mursalin Habib · 2 years, 7 months ago

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