Using computers to plot mathematical functions is a very common task, and is also a great
way to strengthen your understanding of how functions appear and behave, without the hassle of
using pencil and paper (or the small buttons on your calculator).

new_chart(x-label,y-label,chart-type)

graph_point(x,y)

graph_point(x,y)

Move the mouse over a dotted box for more information.

`y=`

statement to be the function you wish to plot. Also, try testing the ideas of shrinking, expanding, and translating functions, as in $x^2$ to $2*(x-5)^2$.
Type your code here:

See your results here:

This code will not run. You have to fix the

`y=`

statement first to define your parabola (hint: try `y=x^2`

). Next, you
have to fix the `pset`

statement to plot $x$ on the x-axis, and $y$ on the y-axis. Can you do it?
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