# place a point on a graph

I 've got a graph as it is shown below:

```
plot(f(x),-10,5 )
```

And I would like to place a point on (x,f(x))=(t_0,y_0)=(1,-1), with labels. How can I do that please?

Thanks

place a point on a graph

I 've got a graph as it is shown below:

```
plot(f(x),-10,5 )
```

And I would like to place a point on (x,f(x))=(t_0,y_0)=(1,-1), with labels. How can I do that please?

Thanks

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`plot`

. In your situation there is `point`

(or `point2d`

) and `text`

(or `text2d`

). Both of them are documented at http://doc.sagemath.org/html/en/refer...

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2018-03-14 10:12:20 -0500
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