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There are two types of curves in geogebra.

Parametric curves

Parametric curves of the form a(t)=(f(t),g(t)) where t is real parameter within certain range can be created using the Curve Command. They can be used in Tangent Command and Point Command

Implicit curves

Implicit curves are polynomials in variables x and y. The can be entered directly into Input Bar.

Example: x^4+y^3=2xy

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