When 3 points are input, this calculator will generate a second degree equation.
If you are familiar with graphing algebraic equations, then you are familiar with the
concepts of the horizontal XAxis and the Vertical YAxis. (This system of graphing
is known as Cartesian coordinates, named after the French mathematician René Descartes
(15961650) who devised the system).


Point values are written inside parentheses, with the X value
written first, then a comma and then the Y value. For example, the point
X=11 Y=3 would be written (11, 3).
Let's suppose we have the points (4, 9) (3, 0) and (2, 7) we can generate an equation by
inputting these numbers in the boxes below.
Click E N T E R and your answer should be:
X² + 2X 15
