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# No graph appears?

When i hit the graph button, there ain't any thing on the screen. The screen practically goes blank. Not even the Y-X axis appears. I tried checking the the axison function is still under on though. Tried typing in the equation too, not a help either. Any help ? ? thanks in advance

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Did you make sure the domain, range, and scale settings are correct?

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