In this tutorial, you will be able to learn the graphs recommended for GCSE, iGCSE and A Level. They are as follows:

- Linear Graphs - straight lines
- Quadratic Graphs - parabola
- Cubic Graphs
- Quartic Graphs
- Reciprocal Graphs
- Exponential Graphs

With the following applet, you can explore the graphs that come under GCSE(9-1), iGCSE and even A Level.

Please choose a curve.

- Linear - y = mx + c
- Quadratic Graphs - y = x
^{2} - Cubic Graphs - y = x
^{3} - Quartic Graphs - y = x
^{4} - Reciprocal Graphs - y = 1/x
- Exponential Graphs - y = 2
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Asymptotes

These are the points where the curve approaches the axes, as x goes to infinity or 0.

For exponential graphs, the curve approaches 0, as x approaches -∞.

For reciprocal graphs, the curve approaches -∞, ∞ or 0.

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