Question about Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS Calculator

For example if you are doing the cube root of 8 (answer is 2)

Type 3

hit shift

Press x of square root key

type 8

Press ans key

Posted on Nov 04, 2009

Hello,

I am sory but the TI30XIIS is not a graphing calculator. If you had TI 83PLUS, TI84PLUS, TI89Platinum, HP39G, Casio FX-9750G, etc. you would be able yo do that in a cinch.

To show you what it looks like, I am inserting two screen captures.

I hope you like them.

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: How would you enter the following equation to

Hello,

To enter the inequation you split it into two inequalities

Graph is as follows

Use [2nd][CATALOG] to access the relaional operators less than or equal, greater than or equal, and the operator AND.

To access the inequality signs scroll upwards from abs( to reach the bottom of the catalog.

Note: You can use t as variable only in parametric graphs. Use x.

Hope it helps.

Posted on Oct 20, 2009

SOURCE: the calculator doesnt graph two equation on the

The Transfrm application for dynamic geometry is probably active in memory. You must purge it from RAM

- Press APPS
- Scroll Up or Down (Up is faster) to find Transfm.
- Select it and press ENTER
- Press the number corresponding to the option Uninstall.
- Once the APP is kicked out of memory you will be able to draw multiple functions.

Posted on May 15, 2010

SOURCE: How do I graph equations

This is the equation of a circle centered on (0,0) and with radius r=3. You can draw it as a conic section.For that you will need the conics application. Look for it on education.ti.com

You can also draw it as two branches: y1=+ square root (9-x^2) and y2=-square root(9-x^2). The two parts may not overlap at the points on the the x-axis, but if you are willing to accept the calculator limitations you will have your graph.

Posted on May 22, 2011

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I do not see why it would do that. Maybe you restricted the domain to positive values of the independent variable.

Anyway, my CX CAS has the latest OS version and it draws cube root for positive and negative values of x.

By the way the cube root is made up of one branch only, not 2 like the square root.

Here is a screen capture.

Anyway, my CX CAS has the latest OS version and it draws cube root for positive and negative values of x.

By the way the cube root is made up of one branch only, not 2 like the square root.

Here is a screen capture.

Nov 05, 2012 | Texas Instruments Ti Nspire Cx Cas Graph...

For example y=x^(1/3)-x+1. Type this function and then graphing it!

See captured images

See captured images

Sep 14, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

Enter a function in Y= Editor, then draw its graph.

While the graph is still displayed Press F1

Press 9:Format to open the FORMAT screen

Toggle the Axes ON

While the graph is still displayed Press F1

Press 9:Format to open the FORMAT screen

Toggle the Axes ON

Aug 26, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

This is the equation of a circle centered on (0,0) and with radius r=3. You can draw it as a conic section.For that you will need the conics application. Look for it on education.ti.com

You can also draw it as two branches: y1=+ square root (9-x^2) and y2=-square root(9-x^2). The two parts may not overlap at the points on the the x-axis, but if you are willing to accept the calculator limitations you will have your graph.

You can also draw it as two branches: y1=+ square root (9-x^2) and y2=-square root(9-x^2). The two parts may not overlap at the points on the the x-axis, but if you are willing to accept the calculator limitations you will have your graph.

May 21, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

in order to give the calculator a function to graph, you will want to enter the y= window by pressing the top left most button on the calculator.
a menu similar to the one above will open, wherein you can enter an equation for the calculator to graph, such as (x^2-2). On the ti-83 itself, you can enter up to 9 equations to be graphed at once. after that, you may want to go to the window menu, where you can set the dimensions of the graphing plane in both the x row and y column. to view the graph, press the top right most button on the device.

hope that helps :)

hope that helps :)

Mar 29, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Hello,

First you must configure your calculator to perform 3D graphics

Press MODE

1.The first line shown is**Graph**. Unfold the hidden menu list with the right arrow and choose **Graph 5:3D**

2. Press ENTER to validate.

Now you must define the surface you want to draw

1. Press the [diamond] key then [Y=] to get a list of function names, the first of which is z1

2. Enter the following function (or your own) z1=(x^3*y-y^3*x)/390

( x cubed times y -y cubed times x) divided by 390.

3 Press ENTER.

Graph the function

Press the [diamond] key then [GRAPH]

The graphing screen displays progress in %. When it is finished you will see a weird sombrero.

Hope it helps

First you must configure your calculator to perform 3D graphics

Press MODE

1.The first line shown is

2. Press ENTER to validate.

Now you must define the surface you want to draw

1. Press the [diamond] key then [Y=] to get a list of function names, the first of which is z1

2. Enter the following function (or your own) z1=(x^3*y-y^3*x)/390

( x cubed times y -y cubed times x) divided by 390.

3 Press ENTER.

Graph the function

Press the [diamond] key then [GRAPH]

The graphing screen displays progress in %. When it is finished you will see a weird sombrero.

Hope it helps

Mar 21, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

Hello,

First you must configure your calculator to perform 3D graphics

Press MODE

1.The first line shown is**Graph**. Unfold the hidden menu list with the right arrow and choose **Graph 5:3D**

2. Press ENTER to validate.

Now you must define the surface you want to draw

1. Press the [diamond] key then [Y=] to get a list of function names, the first of wich is z1

2. Enter the following function (or your own) z1=(x^3*y-y^3*x)/390

( x cubed times y -y cubed times x) divided by 390.

3 Press ENTER.

Graph the function

Press the [diamond] key then [GRAPH]

The graphing screen displays progess in %. When it is finished you will see a weird sombrero.

Hope it helps

First you must configure your calculator to perform 3D graphics

Press MODE

1.The first line shown is

2. Press ENTER to validate.

Now you must define the surface you want to draw

1. Press the [diamond] key then [Y=] to get a list of function names, the first of wich is z1

2. Enter the following function (or your own) z1=(x^3*y-y^3*x)/390

( x cubed times y -y cubed times x) divided by 390.

3 Press ENTER.

Graph the function

Press the [diamond] key then [GRAPH]

The graphing screen displays progess in %. When it is finished you will see a weird sombrero.

Hope it helps

Jul 18, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

Hello,

Here it is

[Diamond][Y=] enter y1=(2-X)^(1/3)

[Diamond][GRAPH]

Hope you liked the graph

Here it is

[Diamond][Y=] enter y1=(2-X)^(1/3)

[Diamond][GRAPH]

Hope you liked the graph

Mar 17, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-86 Calculator

or press ZOOM, option 6 (ZStandard). That instantly resets the window range.

Jan 20, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

x ^ ( - 1 / 3 )

You have to use parentheses around the negative 1/3.

You have to use parentheses around the negative 1/3.

May 30, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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