 ## Creator

Dan Anderson (@dandersod)

## On to the Challenge!

Can you create the following graph using desmos.com or some other graphing tool? If you’re victorious, leave us a note in the comments when you’re done.
Note: This set of 4 graphs was not made with trigonometric functions. Can you replicate it? ## 10 thoughts on “Liar 1a (Advanced)”

1. Dave McCune says:
1. Dan Anderson says:

Nicely done!

2. Ashley Tran says:

https://www.desmos.com/calculator/o6yh1dpslv

y=(x-1)^2-1 {0≤x≤2}
y=-(x-3)^2+1 {2≤x≤4}
y=(x-5)^2-1 {4≤x≤6}
y=-(x-7)^2+1 {6≤x≤8}

3. Kristy H. says:

{0<x<2} (x-1)^2 = (y+1)
{4<x<6} (x-5)^2 = (y+1)
{6<x<8} (x-7)^2 = -(y-1)
{2<x<4} (x-3)^2 = -(y-1)
Put in each of these equations for the "bolded"/"doubled" curve color.
https://www.desmos.com/calculator/dvjxziiyao

1. admin says:

Nicely done!

4. Mellisa Xie says:

y=(x-1)^2-1 {0≤x≤2}
y=-(x-3)^2+1 {2≤x≤4}
y=(x-5)^2-1 {4≤x≤6}
y=-(x-7)^2+1 {6≤x≤8}

5. Jewlee says:

Sooo I got:
y=(x-1)²-1 {0≤x≤2}
y=-(x-3)²+1 {2≤x≤4}
y=(x-5)²-1 {4≤x≤6}
y=-(x-7)²+1 {6≤x≤8}

6. Noob says:

darn it this is hard

1. Noob says:

HOW DO YOU DO THIS CRAP???