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Thank you,I read the article(there cannot be a parabola with my equation,right?).
Yes, I worked that out. No problem and no harm done.
Sorry,bob bundy,I had put email address in place of name by mistake,and I didn't know how to delate a post,so I gave another post by mint.
Generally it is difficult to say what the general graph of something of that form would look like. Curve sketching is done by observing properties of the graph:
Sorry,there will be '=d' in the right of equation [d=constant]
Well,what would this function's graph look like-
Is there a method to recognize what a function's graph will be by just looking at the equation?I know how to recognize circle,ellipse,line,parabola,what about others?