**1. Enter functions box.** Enter your functions here. You can plot multiple functions by separating each function with a comma. You can also use the Prebuilt mathematical constants and functions I created in the Mathematical Constants and Functions section.

**2. Enter Axes Values.** Here you can enter your axes values for the window of the graph you would like to view. **Tip: **You can use as axes values by typing Pi, for example Pi/4 will give as a value.

**3. Preview button.** Click this button to preview the graph you have specified.

**4. Insert button.** Insert your graph at the cursor position.

**5. Plot Points box.** Enter your points in here to plot. You must put them in the form {x,y} and separate each new point with a comma.

**6. Show Line of Best Fit Option.** You can select this option to show the line of best fit of your points.

**7. Show y-axis option.** You can select this option to show the y-axis.

**8. Show legend option.** You can select this option to show the legend for the functions you are plotting if there is more than 1.

**9. Clear points box. **Click on this text to clear your points box.

**10. Edit from Doc button.** Select a graph in your Doc that was created with g(Math) and click the Edit from Doc button. This will populate the functions box with the functions in the graph on the Doc. It will also populate the axes values with the values from that graph and will populate the points box with the points from that graph.

**11. Clear functions box.** Click on this text to clear the functions box.