# Lists #0 (Basic)

## Creator

Dan Anderson (@dandersod)

## Difficulty

Basic

## On to the Challenge!

Desmos has a great new feature, lists. To define a list, try the following:

This will essentially give * a* 13 different values, so then with one more command you can get the following graph:

Can you recreate this graph in Desmos?

f(x)=x

It went up by 1 every time and you needed a positive and a negative side each time. starts off with x and ends with 6x. Also need a -x to -6x. The solution is

y= x

y= -x

y= 2x

y= -2x

y= 3x

y=-3x

y= 4x

y= -4x

y= 5x

y= -5x

y= 6x

y= -6x

Great! Can you do it with a list??

y=x

y=2x

y=3x

y=4x

y=5x

y=6x

and the negative slopes

y=0 was my last one

y= 1/x (a)

a= [-6,-5,-4,-3,-2,-1,1,2,3,4,5,6]

y=x(a)

a= [-6,-5,-4,-3,-2,-1,1,2,3,4,5,6]