# How to plot parabola in Python

Code for python user friendly

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

import numpy as np

x = np.linspace(-50,50,100)

y = x**2

plt.plot(x,y)

plt.show()

#plt.axis('equal')

code for matlab user friendly

from matplotlib.pyplot import *

from numpy import *

x = linspace(-50,50,100)

y = x**2

plot(x,y)

show()

first two lines are just modules whose work are graph plotting and math calculation

linspace (-50,50,100) it means counting start from -50 then next no. is -49 and so on till 50

or just type print(x) after linspace line. The reason counting start from -50 so that it start from negative x axis and move to y axis

x**2 here ** means raise to the power

plot(x,y) as it name suggest it plots the graph

show() for non jupyter user they need to add this line to show the grah

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