A unique Equation Grapher that graphs any well-defined equation in general form using Cartesian or Polar coordinate system.
■ To use this online general Equation Grapher select Cartesian (default) or Polar Coordinate System from the top of the equation grapher.
■ To graph an equation (including implicitly defined functions, level curves, conic sections) type in the equation (variables on both sides permitted) and press Draw Graph on the Equation Grapher (or press Enter). Syntax
■ To graph two or more equations on the same coordinate plane first press Draw Multiple Graphs ... on the Equation Grapher Quick Start
To graph functions, i.e., equations of the form y = f(x), use (recommended) Function Grapher, which is faster and more accurate in graphing such forms of equations called functions.
Save or copy Graphs? Use Online Graphing Calculator instead.
Find out how to change the colors.
Learn how to type π, ∞, θ and about other Tips.
x = 3y^2-4y-2 parabola (Cartesian)
x^2-3xy-2y^2+4x+2y-2 = 0 hyperbola (Cartesian)
sin(x) = sin(xy) Graph it!
sin(2x) = sin(2y) Graph it!
sin(y) = sin(4x) Graph it! (polar)
4sin(y) = 3cos(4x) Graph it! (polar)
sin(x) = ycos(x)^2 parabola (polar)