Question about Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

The following should help you draw several graphs.

When you enter a function you should press [ENTER] to validate. At the same time, the cursor moves to the next line. Verify that the = sign on the equation already entered is still highlighted.

If for some reason the = sign of an equation is no longer highlighted, use arrow keys to move cursor on the = sign and press [ENTER].

If only one = sign remains highlighted and all others are not, then in all probability
the application Transfrm has been executed before and is still lingering in RAM. When in RAM, it
takes over the graphing capabilities of the native OS. This prevents you
from drawing more than one graph.You must unload it from memory.

- Press the [APPS] key.
- Scroll down to the line that shows Transfrm.
- Highlight it and press [ENTER].
- In following screen you are invited to Uninstall or continue.
- Press the number to the left of Uninstall. Validate if need be.
- Return to the Y= editor to type in functions to graph.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

You have to use **Y Editor** to define functions on the both sides of the equation and then graph it. Finally option is **F5: Intersection**.

See captured images for equation**5x+10=-2x-7**, **y1=5x+10**, **y2=-2x-7** and **x=-17/7**

See captured images for equation

Feb 25, 2012 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

After you enter the data draw the SCATTER plot first.

When you perform the (linear) regression analysis LineReg, save the regression equation to a function, for example Y1

The syntax is

LineReg L1, L2, Y1 ENTER

From the Stat>CALC menu press LineReg

The command echoes on command line

Press [2nd][1] to enter the L1 list on command line

Press [,] to separate

Press [2nd] [2] to enter L2 on the command line

Press [,] the comma again

Press [VARS][>][Y-Vars][1~Function][1:Y1] [ENTER]

Press [GRAPH] to have the regression line equation drawn

on the same screen as the Scatter Plot you drew before.

When you perform the (linear) regression analysis LineReg, save the regression equation to a function, for example Y1

The syntax is

LineReg L1, L2, Y1 ENTER

From the Stat>CALC menu press LineReg

The command echoes on command line

Press [2nd][1] to enter the L1 list on command line

Press [,] to separate

Press [2nd] [2] to enter L2 on the command line

Press [,] the comma again

Press [VARS][>][Y-Vars][1~Function][1:Y1] [ENTER]

Press [GRAPH] to have the regression line equation drawn

on the same screen as the Scatter Plot you drew before.

Sep 13, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

You might not see the scatter plot when you go to the graph because the boundaries are not set correctly. With the scatter plot turned on, go to "zoom" and then scroll down to "zoomStat" and hit enter. Try going to the graph again and see if the the scatter plot shows up. As for the the equation being slightly different than the examples, this is probably just the calculator rounding up the answers it gets.
Good luck!

Jun 24, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

Try rewriting your equations in the equivalent forms that follow.

Y1=3-X

Y2=(1-X)/3

If you do not get a syntax error it means that you were not using the correct minus sign.

If the - is the first symbol after the equal sign you must use negation (-) or change sign key.

Similarly, after the division / key you must use the negation or change sign (-)

Y1=3-X

Y2=(1-X)/3

If you do not get a syntax error it means that you were not using the correct minus sign.

If the - is the first symbol after the equal sign you must use negation (-) or change sign key.

Similarly, after the division / key you must use the negation or change sign (-)

Oct 07, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

did you put one in each of 2 y =???

Also, check your window to make sure the numbers fit the x and y values in both graphs

Also, check your window to make sure the numbers fit the x and y values in both graphs

Mar 24, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

You can move the cursor back to the center of the graph.

You can also press [ZOOM][6:ZStandard] and the graph will be centered on (0,0).

You can also press [ZOOM][6:ZStandard] and the graph will be centered on (0,0).

Mar 03, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

Press the Y= key to invoke the Y= editor. Enter in your equation.

Press the WINDOW key to set the window parameters.

Press the GRAPH key to have the calculator graph the equation.

For more details and options, see the "Function Graphing" chapter in the Guidebook.

Press the WINDOW key to set the window parameters.

Press the GRAPH key to have the calculator graph the equation.

For more details and options, see the "Function Graphing" chapter in the Guidebook.

Nov 11, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hello,

To enter the inequation you split it into two inequalities

Graph is as follows

Use [2nd][CATALOG] to access the relaional operators less than or equal, greater than or equal, and the operator AND.

To access the inequality signs scroll upwards from abs( to reach the bottom of the catalog.

Note: You can use t as variable only in parametric graphs. Use x.

Hope it helps.

To enter the inequation you split it into two inequalities

Graph is as follows

Use [2nd][CATALOG] to access the relaional operators less than or equal, greater than or equal, and the operator AND.

To access the inequality signs scroll upwards from abs( to reach the bottom of the catalog.

Note: You can use t as variable only in parametric graphs. Use x.

Hope it helps.

Oct 19, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

ok well go to the 'y=' button

type in the equation and make sure that the equals sign after y has like a black box around it, making the actual = white. so make sure both of those = signs of the 2 equations that you want to graph are like that, and thats about it.

type in the equation and make sure that the equals sign after y has like a black box around it, making the actual = white. so make sure both of those = signs of the 2 equations that you want to graph are like that, and thats about it.

Jun 19, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

The first solution will allow you to watch your
calculator graph two equations simultaneously rather than finishing one
before graphing the next; it won't solve the problem of having the
calculator unselect one equation when you select a second. To fix
that problem, try the following:

In order to select additional graphs, the Transformation Graphing App will need to be uninstalled from the TI-83 Plus Family and TI-84 Plus Family. Uninstalling the App does not erase it from the calculator, it disables it from interfering with the normal graphing modes. Below are the steps to successfully uninstall the App.

- doug garfinkel, Children's Day School

In order to select additional graphs, the Transformation Graphing App will need to be uninstalled from the TI-83 Plus Family and TI-84 Plus Family. Uninstalling the App does not erase it from the calculator, it disables it from interfering with the normal graphing modes. Below are the steps to successfully uninstall the App.

- Press [APPS] key
- Select Transfrm from the menu
- Press 1:Uninstall

- doug garfinkel, Children's Day School

Jan 15, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

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