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# TI-82 graphing problem

Hello, I can't see the x-axis or the y-axis when graphing a function. I followed the basic instructions for drawing a circle (found in the user manual) to help reset graphing options, but they still don't appear. Could you please help. THX, --Mona.

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I have to disagree with AndyPlough you go to window-right arrow-and go to AxesOn and press enter.

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Try looking at you Window settings they should look like this
Xmin=-10
Xmax=10
Xsc1=1
Ymin=-10
Ymax=10
Ysc1=1
Xres=1

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4x+y>=4

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You must press 2nd then "zoom", then go down to axes, and turn them on. Now your graph will work again.

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