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# Maths graphing when i want to draw a graph, it gives me a dim mismatch..is there any thing wrong with my calculator

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Hello,
Reset the RAM and try again. To reset RAM press [2nd][MEM][7:Reset] [All RAM] [2:Reset]
Hope it helps.

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