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I can't find the way to put in inequality signs when i need to graph them as ranges.

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Hello,
I do not have that calculator, but a CFX-9850GPlus. On it, I access the RElational operators as follows.
In [RUN] screen, press [SHIFT][PGRM][F6->][F3:Rel]. Realtional operators are accessible at the bottom of the screen.
Hope it works for you.

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

  • k24674 Oct 04, 2009

    Relational (not realtional) operators are : less than, less than or equal, greater than, greater than or equal

  • k24674 Oct 13, 2009

    Hello,
    Turn calculato ON, Use arrows to select [RUN]. Press [EXE]
    In [RUN] screen, press [SHIFT][PGRM][F6->][F3:Rel]. Relational operators are accessible at the bottom of the screen. You have
    F1 equal.
    F2 different from (or not equal)
    F3: larger (greater) than
    F4: smaller than
    F5: greater than or equal to
    F6: smaller than or equal to.

    Hope it helps

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SOURCE: graphing more than one in y editor.

The Trasnfrm application is usually the culprit. Go to APPS and choose the Transfrm app, then in the menu that comes up, choose Uninstall.

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SOURCE: inequality help for a ti-84 plus silver

Press the Apps button and liik for the Inequalz application, and press [ENTER] to run it. If you do not find it, you must download it from education.ti.com >Downloads>Software and Apps >TI83/TI84 Plus Family.
Use the TI Connect software to transfer it to your calculator.
When you run Inequalz you should be aware that it will taker over the graphing capabilities from the native OS, and that you will have to unload it from memory if you want to recover the native graphing capabilities.

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SOURCE: how do you graph inequalitys

Press the MENU key
Select 5:Graph and press EXE
In the Y= editor window, press F3:TYPE
Press F6 to access other graph types.
Select the inequality symbol you want and enter the right member of the inequality, then press EXE.
You are returned to the Y= screen.
When done entering your expressions to graph, press F6 Draw.
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