# Grapher circle

**grapher**to start when t = 0. To do this, change the -10 near the bottom left of the

**grapher**to be 0. What ending value of t is the smallest you need to have the entire

**circle**given by sin (t) traced? A. pi B. 2 pi C. 4 pi D. x/4 E. pi/2; Question: Set the

**grapher**to start when t = 0.

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**Cycle graph**. In

**graph**theory, a

**cycle graph**or circular

**graph**is a

**graph**that consists of a single cycle, or in other words, some number of vertices (at least 3, if the

**graph**is simple) connected in a closed chain. The

**cycle graph**with n vertices is called Cn. [2] The number of vertices in Cn equals the number of edges, and every vertex has ....

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**circle**segment is drawn as a broken horizontal line. What's happening is that

**Grapher**is treating the definition f (t) = 1/t as if it said f (t) = 1/Re (t). In other words, it is truncating the complex input of f (t) to a real number. To fix this, you need to replace the variable t with complex (t). To respond to your other comments, S11 is a polar plot of complex reflection overlaid on top of the Smith chart, where the origin (0,0) is at the center of the Smith chart (50 ohm location) so you can plot both S11 and Z on the same graph. As for your second point, you might be right, I need to look into that more.