When i graph, the x and y axis arent there!

Ad

Hi there,

Save hours of searching online or wasting money on unnecessary repairs by talking to a 6YA Expert who can help you resolve this issue over the phone in a minute or two.

Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.

Here's a link to this great service

Good luck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Ad

On the x-axis (horizontal axis) represent the time variable. On the y-axis (vertical axis) represent the temperature.

Mar 03, 2014 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

You need to fix your graph so that it shows the correct y-axis and x-axis.

It works best if you press the zoom button and then scroll to find the ZoomFit option.

Then the graph should show up.

It works best if you press the zoom button and then scroll to find the ZoomFit option.

Then the graph should show up.

Jun 15, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Press the Zoom Key and select ZoomStd (or Zoom Standard).

Jun 11, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

I am not quite sure how the major axis of your hyperbola is directed and i do not know if the lengths you give are measures of the major and minor axes or the measures of the semi-major and semi-minor axes. So I am giving you the equations and the graphs so that you can decide for yourself what is appropriate for your problem.

Major axis parallel to the X-axis

Equation and graph

Center is at x=1 and y=-2, semi-major axis length is a=6, and semi-minor axis length is b=12

Major axis is parallel to the y-axis

Equation

Center is at x=1 and y=-2, semi-major axis length is a=12, and semi-minor axis length is b=6.

I trust you can customize the equations to fit your need.

Major axis parallel to the X-axis

Equation and graph

Center is at x=1 and y=-2, semi-major axis length is a=6, and semi-minor axis length is b=12

Major axis is parallel to the y-axis

Equation

Center is at x=1 and y=-2, semi-major axis length is a=12, and semi-minor axis length is b=6.

I trust you can customize the equations to fit your need.

Mar 24, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Press MODE to bring up the mode screen. Use the arrow keys to highlight "FULL" on the eighth line and press ENTER. Press 2ND [QUIT] to exit the mode screen.

Feb 03, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

The intersection function on the t-nspire is meant to find the intersection of two graphs, not of the graph and an axis. The easiest way to do this is to set the equation equal to 0 and then use nSolve() to find the intercept.

Sep 22, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-Nspire Graphic...

The x intercept is where the value of y when graphed lands directly on the x axis. The value of y anywhere on the x axis is zero. The same is true for the y intercept producing an x value of zero. The point at which the graphed line intersects the y axis gives an x value of zero. The value of x anywhere on the y axis is zero.

Jan 19, 2010 | Mathsoft StudyWorks! Mathematics Deluxe...

So:

X >= 60

Y >= 50

Z >= 40

Take 51 sheets of "graph-paper" (1+200 minus 60 minus 50 minus 40).

On the first sheet of paper, label the graph-title as 'Z=40'.

Label the X-axis from 60 to 200.

Label the Y-axis from 50 to 200.

Draw a straight line from (X=60 and Y=(200-60-40))

to (Y=50 and X=(200-50-40)).

On the second sheet of paper, label the graph-title as 'Z=41'.

Label the X-axis from 60 to 200.

Label the Y-axis from 50 to 200.

Draw a straight line from (X=60 and Y=(200-60-41))

to (Y=50 and X=(200-50-41)).

On the next sheet of paper, label the graph-title as 'Z=42'.

Label the X-axis from 60 to 200.

Label the Y-axis from 50 to 200.

Draw a straight line from (X=60 and Y=(200-60-42))

to (Y=50 and X=(200-50-42)).

On the second sheet of paper, label the graph-title as 'Z=43'.

Label the X-axis from 60 to 200.

Label the Y-axis from 50 to 200.

Draw a straight line from (X=60 and Y=(200-60-43))

to (Y=50 and X=(200-50-43).

Keep going for all 51 sheets of graph-paper.

Stack the 51 sheets on top of each other,

to visualize the "3-D" solution to the problem.

P.S. Don't tell your school-teacher that I helped you do your "homework".

X >= 60

Y >= 50

Z >= 40

Take 51 sheets of "graph-paper" (1+200 minus 60 minus 50 minus 40).

On the first sheet of paper, label the graph-title as 'Z=40'.

Label the X-axis from 60 to 200.

Label the Y-axis from 50 to 200.

Draw a straight line from (X=60 and Y=(200-60-40))

to (Y=50 and X=(200-50-40)).

On the second sheet of paper, label the graph-title as 'Z=41'.

Label the X-axis from 60 to 200.

Label the Y-axis from 50 to 200.

Draw a straight line from (X=60 and Y=(200-60-41))

to (Y=50 and X=(200-50-41)).

On the next sheet of paper, label the graph-title as 'Z=42'.

Label the X-axis from 60 to 200.

Label the Y-axis from 50 to 200.

Draw a straight line from (X=60 and Y=(200-60-42))

to (Y=50 and X=(200-50-42)).

On the second sheet of paper, label the graph-title as 'Z=43'.

Label the X-axis from 60 to 200.

Label the Y-axis from 50 to 200.

Draw a straight line from (X=60 and Y=(200-60-43))

to (Y=50 and X=(200-50-43).

Keep going for all 51 sheets of graph-paper.

Stack the 51 sheets on top of each other,

to visualize the "3-D" solution to the problem.

P.S. Don't tell your school-teacher that I helped you do your "homework".

Nov 04, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

Press the 2nd Button then the ZOOM button. Make sure that AxesOn is highlighted. If not, move your cursor down until you on AxesOn and press ENTER.

If AxesOn is highlighted, then it is probably your window. Press ZOOM, then 6.

If AxesOn is highlighted, then it is probably your window. Press ZOOM, then 6.

Jun 03, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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

Jan 29, 2007 | Texas Instruments TI-82 Calculator

116 people viewed this question

Usually answered in minutes!

Il n'y a plus l'axe des X et Y

×