There are two ways to do this. Either use the Polynomial graphing *object* as follows:

*Click on the "+" at the top to select graphing objects to be used for the question.*

You need to enter sufficient points given the degree of the polynomial, and then when you are done, click **back** on the first point that you entered, "A".

Example : y = x^{3}

A: (0,0)

B: (1,1)

C: (2,8)

D: (-1,-1)

E: (-2,-8)

Then click back on point A:

You can also enter subtypes such as a line for which two points are needed:

But you can enter more points than the minimum, such as entering five points for a line:

However, note that in some cases the function solver may fail to determine the intended polynomial such as if the points provided for the function are not singly-valued, e.g.

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