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# I can only see the line of the graph

I can not see the entire graph. I can only see the line

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Click the 2nd button and then zoom. It gives you the format for the graph. you can set it how you want, but it seems all you want is AxesOn highlighted.

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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