Exponential Axis

There is a function that has a "long" graph (from 0 to 650) and there are some "fast" changes at first and some "slow" changes after, at the end. It is a trouble to see it or show it in once. Try this: 1. Change X2 value to its min (=20). This reduces the length proportionately. Now you can see all the graph, but the "fast" changes at first have been "pressed" too much! 2. Change A to its max (=200). This doesn't change the length, but shows in exponential way! Now you can see all the graph with no pressing from proportional reduction! Have fun!