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How do i get an xy value points chart on the calculator

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Go to calculator then on view tab click scientific calculator then you will see the xy you want to use.

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If you know how to use a scientific calculator , just make your calculator a scientific one by clicking the view tab in your normal windows calculator then select scientific, and there you go...

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