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The Freehand Shape Tool lets you either sketch a [[functions|function]], or you can draw a freehand circle, segment or polygon and it will be recognized and converted to an exact shape. If a function ''f'' is created, you can compute its value at certain point, place a point on it or perform some transformations. Tangents and derivatives for these functions are not supported.
 
The Freehand Shape Tool lets you either sketch a [[functions|function]], or you can draw a freehand circle, segment or polygon and it will be recognized and converted to an exact shape. If a function ''f'' is created, you can compute its value at certain point, place a point on it or perform some transformations. Tangents and derivatives for these functions are not supported.

Revision as of 16:11, 1 January 2013

The Freehand Shape Tool lets you either sketch a function, or you can draw a freehand circle, segment or polygon and it will be recognized and converted to an exact shape. If a function f is created, you can compute its value at certain point, place a point on it or perform some transformations. Tangents and derivatives for these functions are not supported.

Note: You can use all the curve fitting commands on functions created by this Tool, eg FitSin[f]
Note: You can use the Integral command on functions created with this tool eg Integral[f, 1, 5] to shade under it and find the area
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