I have recently downloaded the Xlythe Calculator App (link to Play Store here). The app claims to support graphing functions. But I have no clue on how to do so. Will anyone help?
So, I have been looking around the calculator, and I eventually found out how to graph the functions. I decided to answer my own question, so that it could be a reference for future users. Here's how:
Open the App, and swipe left. You should see this screen:
Notice the X there (last line, previous to last symbol)? That's your variable for graphing. The graphs are rendered for
Y=f(X), and you must type
f(X)=[insert function here].
For example, let's say you want to graph
Y=sin(X). Simply type
The graph will be rendered as you type. It should be done as you finished:
Tap the graph to get a more interactive graph-based userface.
Keep in mind, this calculator cannot graph implicit functions. Furthermore the graphs aren't gridded. A more advanced calculator would be Desmos Graphing Calculator.