Graphs

A collection of mathematical graphs. Each graph is scaled to demonstrate the properties of the function being graphed. Hover over the graph to dynamically see input and output. Use the mouse wheel or pinch to zoom in and out on the graph.

Cosine

Graph of the cos(x) from 0 to 2 PI. Cosine is a trigonometric function that when given the angle of a right triangle, returns the ratio of its adjacent side over the hypotenuse.

Sine

A graph of sin(x) from 0 to 2 PI. Sine is a trigonometric function that when given the angle of a right triangle, returns the ratio of its opposite side over the hypotenuse.

Tangent

A graph of tan(x) from 0 to 2 PI. Tangent is a trigonometric function that when given the angle of a right triangle, returns the ratio of the opposite side over the adjacent side.

Secant

Graph of the sec(x) from 0 to 2 PI. Secant is a trigonometric function and is the inverse of the cosine function.

Cosecant

Graph of csc(x) from 0 to 2 PI. Cosecant is a trigonometric function related to the geometry of the right triangle. It is the inverse of the sine function.

Cotangent

Graph of the cot(x) from 0 to 2 PI. Cotangent is a trigonometric function and is the inverse of the tangent function.

Exponential Function

The graph of the exponential function. The exponential function is a unique function whose value represents how fast the function is growing at that point.

Natural Logarithm

The graph of the natural logarithm function. The natural logarithm function is a logarithm function with a base of Euler's number e.

Parabola

The graph of a parabola. A parabola is a shape formed by the quadratic function which is a polynomial of degree two.