Question about Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator
How do I find appropriate window settings when I am graphing a fourth or fifth degree polynomial. Right now I am doing it by trial and error, but that takes too long.
Unfortunately there is no single "correct" set of window parameters. It depends on the particular polynomial.
Consider this: after you get a good plot of a polynomial, try plotting another polynomial derived by dividing all of the coefficients by a million. If you plot it using the same settings, the graph will be indistinguishable from the X-axis.
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