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Help with "Grapher"


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I'm trying to use the "Grapher" utility and am having trouble getting my mac to let me put the Cosine function into the equation bar. I open an equation and it says y=... Then when I open the built in functions palette, I click and or double click on the cos function and it does not do anything. Any thoughts on how I might get it to work.

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What version of Grapher are you using (Menu bar: Grapher: About Grapher).
I am using 2.0 and I cannot see the cosine function in the equations palette.
However, manually typing in "y=cos(x)" works fine.
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