Need help making algebra graphs

Discussion in 'Excel Misc' started by AMMO VIXEN!, Nov 13, 2007.

  1. AMMO VIXEN!

    AMMO VIXEN! Guest

    Hi! It has been a VERY long time since I have used Excel. I am currently in
    a college algebra class, and I need to make basic graphs to copy onto my
    work. I just want to be able to plug in basic x, y coordinates <think
    (2,-4), (-1/3, 0), etc. type coordinates), and poof! A pretty quadrant graph
    complete with labeled x and y axises. Am I reaching for the impossible here?
    How do I make this type of graph? I a tired of making ghetto looking graphs
    via Word Art and Auto Shapes-thanks!
     
    AMMO VIXEN!, Nov 13, 2007
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  2. Put your X coordinates in the first column, Y coordinates in the second
    column. Select the two columns, then Insert Chart/ XY/ data in columns/
    choose other options to suit.
     
    David Biddulph, Nov 13, 2007
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