# pyfunction

Library for plotting 1st degree functions (linear) and calculating the Angular coefficient. Recommended to integrate in order of services and other scientific applications.

**Remember to use this Importation:**

`from pyfunction.pyfunction import Linear,Show`

To build a chart, you must first set a scale on the Cartesian plane from x to x.

Example: -5 x 10

Once done, consider a linear function.

Example: 2x + 3x + 2.

You must transform this function to become readable.

Readable Function: 2 * x + 3 * x + 2

Going straight to the graph, use the Linear () argument to construct it. Example:

`Linear('-5 x 10', '2*x+3*x+2')`

You're almost there, to evoke the graphical application, use the Show () argument. Example:

`Show('plot')`

The final archive would look like this:

```
from pyfunction.pyfunction import Linear,Show
Linear('-5 x 10', '2*x+3*x+2')
Show('plot')
```