Question about Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver Edition Graphic Calculator
I just got my calculator reset and i reinstalled some of the applications but now while plotting graphs such as (2x+1)/(x+1) which have oblique asymptotes or even vertical asymptotes like 1/x, there seems to be a line that connects the two parts. I don't remember this happening before as the graph just go along their asymptotes. Is this something to do with the settings?
The calculator can't tell the difference between a function with an aymptote and a function that rapidly goes from a large positive number to a large negative number in one step.
One way around this is to plot with the asymptote at one edge. Press the WINDOW key and change the limits. Another way is to change the plot type from Line to Dots. Press Y= to enter the Y= editor, select the function being plotted, press Left to highlight the = sign, then press ENTER repeatedly to cycle through the different graph styles.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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