Sometimes plotting mathematical equations is outright fun. The patterns that can be created are like no other.
From the field of "dynamical systems and fractals," there is a system called the "Lorenz Attractor." There are three equations
that govern it, one for $x$, one for $y$ and one for $z$, which are:
$$x=x+d(a(y-x)),$$
$$y=y+d(bx-y-xz),$$
and
$$z=z+d(xy-cz).$$

where $a$, $b$ and $c$ are constants. $d$ is also a constant, that must be small, like $d=0.01$. Here, $x$, $y$, and $z$ are coordinates that may be plotted using

where $a$, $b$ and $c$ are constants. $d$ is also a constant, that must be small, like $d=0.01$. Here, $x$, $y$, and $z$ are coordinates that may be plotted using

`pset`

versus one
another. Starting $x=1$, $y=1$, and $z=1$, choose values of $a$, $b$, and $c$, and see if you can plot the Lorenz Attractor.
(Hint: Try $a=10$, $b=28$, and $c=8/3$ to start out. Use `pset`

to plot $x$ vs $z$.)
`x=`

, `y=`

and `z=`

and the `pset`

statements to plot the Lorenz Attractor.
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?