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No x and y axis!

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

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Re: no x and y axis!

Hit [2nd] [ZOOM] and make sure "AxesOn" is selected

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If it is on check the zoom or window size.

if you hit zoom and zoom standard it will give y axis bounded by -10 to 10 and x axis bounded by -10 to 10.

hope this helps.

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