You can use "floor" for the Greatest Integer Function:
Or, you can use "ceil" for the Least Integer Function.
For more functions, check out the Desmos keyboard. You can find both of these functions under the Misc tab.
You can use "floor" for the Greatest Integer Function:
Or, you can use "ceil" for the Least Integer Function.
For more functions, check out the Desmos keyboard. You can find both of these functions under the Misc tab.
Floor and ceil are actually pretty good at making interesting graphs...
what if we want to change the y-intercept from the origin, then what do we do?
How do we actually do the function though?
Wondering why it doesn't show a hollow circle on the right side of each line on the floor(x) function?
floor(xy) thats how
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How do I change it to round outputs to the nearest integer, instead of rounding either up or down?
@Ostraz18 litterally type in round(x)
@3014982 floor(x+c)
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