Question about Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator
Actually, you can go to your graph, then hit 2nd PRGM, then under DRAW, 4: Vertical and place it wherever you want.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
what's up. ok so you can't do what you want to do. It just can't be done. I'm pretty sure it can be done on a casio. however, you can do it just not by graphing. (this is on your TI) ok so first go to 2nd ZOOM and turon off the Axes and the Expr. Then Go to 2nd Prgm. Then go to A or Pen. and you can draw. as long as you first go to pen then you can draw lines and circles and stuff like that. but you must first go to draw then pen. then a suggestion i would save it by hitting 2nd prgm then going right to STO. this allows you to save your drawins as like 1 or 2 or so one. and then if you want to start over from your last picture because you made a mistake just clrdraw and then start over by recalling it. THis is under the store function. by the way the pen turns on and off with the enter button. GOOD luck if you don't get it feel free to ask questions.
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
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