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I will give 500 point to expert who will write simple code which will draw the graph (with TChart component) of the following function:

y = (sqrt(x) + sin(x)) / (2 - x)

(remember, that x can not be negative (sqrt(x)) or x = 2 (division by zero))
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you should use 2 series on the TChart: one that goes for 0 < x < 2 and one for 2 < x < ....

If you set the colors and all properties of the series to be equal, than you have your graph displayed. Also set AutoMinimum and AutoMaximum to false, so the graph doesnt get to distorted for big values (when x->2)
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