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- Jan 30, 2012

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What do you mean by the line here? A sine wave? What do you mean that the highest point is 100? Namely, how can a point be a number?So Line 1's highest point is 100 and its lowest point is 0.

What does this mean? A line is presumably an infinite set of points, and you can't specify even a single point with a single number.Line 1 is currently at 30

What exactly do you mean by resizing?how could I re size line 2

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If the Cartesian equation of the second line (curve) is $y=f(x)$, change it to $y=100\cdot f(x)$.how could I re size line 2 to be between 0 and 100 instead of 0 and 1

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I don't know what that means, but this is what I was looking for.If the Cartesian equation of the second line (curve) is $y=f(x)$, change it to $y=100\cdot f(x)$.

Graph1==G1

Highest==100

Lowest==0

Current line == 70

Graph2==G2

Highest==1

Lowest==0

Current line == .3

So to put graph2 onto graph1, I would take (G2 line ".3" - G2 lowest "0") / (G2 Highest "1" - G2 lowest "0")=.3 so X==.3,

then (((G1 highest "100" - G1 lowest "0") * X ) + G1 Lowest "0") = 30. So I re sized my line on g2 at .3 to be on g1 at 30.

No idea what this formula is called if anyone knows. I made it from this formula xp=x1+p(x2-x1).

Thanks for all the help! Sorry I probably didnt explain it well enough. Let me know if it make since now ? Thanks again!