Question about Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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Press the MODE key. Move down to the fourth line, highlight "FUNC", press ENTER, then 2ND QUIT.

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Just return to the Y= function editor and type your function again. Press Graph or 2nd GRAPH and you will find your table.

Sep 09, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

try this one:

(first). Set up a function in the TI85. how?

Step 1. Press the [Y=] key to open the function editor.

Step 2. Type in the function you want in the Y1= line.

Step 3. Press [2nd] [QUIT].

(second). Create a table of numbers using the Y1 function.

Step 1. Press [2nd] [TBLSET] to open the table setup menu. On the line "Indpnt", highlight "Ask" and press enter. On the line "Depend", highlight "Auto" and press enter.

Step 2. Now press [2nd] [TABLE] , type in a value for "X", and press [ENTER].

Step 3. Continue typing more values for X to fill up the table.

(third). How can I see more decimal places for the numbers in a table?

Answer:

Step 1. Use the arrow keys to move the highlight over the number you are interested in seeing to more decimal places.

Step 2. Read the number at the bottom of the screen. You should be able to see anywhere from 9 to 14 significant figures for your number.

(fourth). Delete the numbers in a table by:

(The following procedure will work when the table setup has been set to ask for the values of the independent variable.)

Step 1. In the table screen, check the bottom of the screen to make sure that the cursor is not blinking at the bottom of the screen. If the cursor is blinking, press the [ENTER] key to stop the cursor from blinking.

Step 2. Use the arrow keys to move the highlight to the first number in the first column of the table (the "X" column).

Step 3. Press and hold the [DEL] key to delete the numbers in the first column of the table. The entire table should become clear with this procedure.

Thanks! I wish it can help you..

(first). Set up a function in the TI85. how?

Step 1. Press the [Y=] key to open the function editor.

Step 2. Type in the function you want in the Y1= line.

Step 3. Press [2nd] [QUIT].

(second). Create a table of numbers using the Y1 function.

Step 1. Press [2nd] [TBLSET] to open the table setup menu. On the line "Indpnt", highlight "Ask" and press enter. On the line "Depend", highlight "Auto" and press enter.

Step 2. Now press [2nd] [TABLE] , type in a value for "X", and press [ENTER].

Step 3. Continue typing more values for X to fill up the table.

(third). How can I see more decimal places for the numbers in a table?

Answer:

Step 1. Use the arrow keys to move the highlight over the number you are interested in seeing to more decimal places.

Step 2. Read the number at the bottom of the screen. You should be able to see anywhere from 9 to 14 significant figures for your number.

(fourth). Delete the numbers in a table by:

(The following procedure will work when the table setup has been set to ask for the values of the independent variable.)

Step 1. In the table screen, check the bottom of the screen to make sure that the cursor is not blinking at the bottom of the screen. If the cursor is blinking, press the [ENTER] key to stop the cursor from blinking.

Step 2. Use the arrow keys to move the highlight to the first number in the first column of the table (the "X" column).

Step 3. Press and hold the [DEL] key to delete the numbers in the first column of the table. The entire table should become clear with this procedure.

Thanks! I wish it can help you..

Feb 16, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-85 Calculator

If I understand your question correctly, this is what you can do. Go to 'Y='. Put (for example) 3x^2+4x+5 in Y1. Press '2nd', 'Quit' to go back to the home screen. Press 'Vars', arrow right to 'Y-Vars', 'Enter' on 1:Function, and 'Enter' on Y1. This should put Y1 on the home screen. After Y1 type a parenthesis, the number you want to evaluate, and another parenthesis, like this: Y1(7). Press 'Enter'. You should get 180.

Feb 06, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

I find it easier to generate the table then look at the graph. Here how you go about it, illustrated with screen capture taken from the newer version of the calculator.

Press the MENU button.

Use arrows to highlight the TABLE application (1st screen).

Enter a function expression in Y1=

And press the function key F6 under the TABL menu tab. (2nd screen)

A table is generated (3rd screen)

Press F5 (G-CON) for a connected graph, or F6 (G-PLT) for a dotted graph.

The graph is shown (4th screen).

Use the Zoom function (ZoomAuto) or any other Zoom or change the window dimensions to suit your needs.

Press the MENU button.

Use arrows to highlight the TABLE application (1st screen).

Enter a function expression in Y1=

And press the function key F6 under the TABL menu tab. (2nd screen)

A table is generated (3rd screen)

Press F5 (G-CON) for a connected graph, or F6 (G-PLT) for a dotted graph.

The graph is shown (4th screen).

Use the Zoom function (ZoomAuto) or any other Zoom or change the window dimensions to suit your needs.

Jan 19, 2011 | Casio FX-9750GPlus Calculator

Sorry but after I finished the post I noticed that the questuin is for the Casio FX0115ES while I decribed the calculator part for the TI84PLUS. However, the procedure is valid for any calculator that can generate a table from a given function. You should be able to implement it on the Casio. Just read the part that tells you how to create a table from a function: You should look at MODE TABLE

V=Pi*(r^2)*h

which gives h=V/(Pi*r^2)

Take this expression for h and substitute in the expression for the total surface. This gives (after simplifications)

S=2*Pi*r^2 +2*V/r

Open the table setup editor (Read your manual for the Casio)

Press [2nd][WINDOW] to access the Tabble setup

Set table start =2

Set DeltaTbl=0.05 (You can take a smaller value if you want)

Set Indepnt to Auto

Set Depend to Auto

Press [2nd][QUIT] to return to main calculator screen

Open the [Y=] editor

Enter the expression for the surface above as Y1=, using X as variable Y1= 2*Pi*X^2 +2*375/X

Press [2nd][GRAPH] to create the (table)

This part is not calculator-specific

Display the table and, scroll down examining the Y1 values.

Find the value of X (ie r) where the Y1 value is the smallest.

The value of X (r) you read to the left of of the minimum value of Y1 is in centimeters (because 375 mL= 375 cm^3)

The r-value that minimizes the surface should be around 3.90cm

Substitute this value for r in the expression for h above, calculate the value of h.

V=Pi*(r^2)*h

which gives h=V/(Pi*r^2)

Take this expression for h and substitute in the expression for the total surface. This gives (after simplifications)

S=2*Pi*r^2 +2*V/r

Open the table setup editor (Read your manual for the Casio)

Press [2nd][WINDOW] to access the Tabble setup

Set table start =2

Set DeltaTbl=0.05 (You can take a smaller value if you want)

Set Indepnt to Auto

Set Depend to Auto

Press [2nd][QUIT] to return to main calculator screen

Open the [Y=] editor

Enter the expression for the surface above as Y1=, using X as variable Y1= 2*Pi*X^2 +2*375/X

Press [2nd][GRAPH] to create the (table)

This part is not calculator-specific

Display the table and, scroll down examining the Y1 values.

Find the value of X (ie r) where the Y1 value is the smallest.

The value of X (r) you read to the left of of the minimum value of Y1 is in centimeters (because 375 mL= 375 cm^3)

The r-value that minimizes the surface should be around 3.90cm

Substitute this value for r in the expression for h above, calculate the value of h.

May 09, 2010 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Press [2nd][+] (MEM)

Select [4:ClrAllLists]

Press [ENTER]

Now you are ready to create a table from the expression of a function.

Press [Y=] to open the function editor.

On line Y1= enter the expression of the function

Press [2nd][GRAPH] (TABLE) to create your table

You will see two lists X, and Y1.

If your table is not generated from the expression of a function, but from raw experimental data, you use the [STAT][1:Edit] key sequence to open the Lists L1 to L6 and populate the two you want.

Select [4:ClrAllLists]

Press [ENTER]

Now you are ready to create a table from the expression of a function.

Press [Y=] to open the function editor.

On line Y1= enter the expression of the function

Press [2nd][GRAPH] (TABLE) to create your table

You will see two lists X, and Y1.

If your table is not generated from the expression of a function, but from raw experimental data, you use the [STAT][1:Edit] key sequence to open the Lists L1 to L6 and populate the two you want.

Mar 12, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Let us see if I understand what you want to do. You have two functions f and g. With f and g you create four functions,

If however I did understand what you want to do, then there is a simple way to achieve this

I am going to show you how to create a small program that will perform all the 4 operations in sequence, each time asking you for the value of X you want to use.**If you are not interested,** you can ignore what follows. I remain convinced that it will be helpful for other visitors.

**Creating a simple program**

Press [PRGM]

Use arrow to highlight [NEW]

Press [ENTER]

Screen displays

**PROGRAM**

**Name**= with alpha cursor blinking

Type in the name, for example FOPG ( meaning F operation G) or anything else. Do not use a keyword (reserved command of the TI84Plus) These are what you find in the [CATALOG].

The top line on each screen capture is inserted by the program editor after you choose the name. The last line of first screen is the the same line as the second line on 2nd screen. It must not be entered. The colon**:** is supplied by the program editor. It is the beginning of an instruction.

There are only to commands that are repeated here:** Disp **and **Prompt**

Disp orders the program to display

The Disp and Prompt command are accessed through the command catalog by pressing** [2nd][0] (CATALOG)** then scrolling along the list of commands to find the one needed. **Shortcuts are possible (see below)**

**How to key in the program steps** within the program editor

**: Disp "F+G"**

Press [2nd][0] (CATALOG) [X^-1](D) [Scroll Down [till...]** Disp**

Press [ENTER]. Editor shows :Disp

Press [ALPHA] [+] ("). Editor shows**:Disp **"

Press [ALPHA][COS] (F). Editor shows**:Disp "F**

Press [+]. Editor shows**:Disp "F+**

Press [ALPHA][TAN] (G). Editor shows**:Disp "F+G**

Press [ALPHA][+] (") Editor shows**:Disp "F+G"**

Press [ENTER] to validate instruction

Calculator inserts a new line**:**

**: Disp Y1+Y2 **

Press [2nd][0] (CATALOG) [X^-1](D) [Scroll Down [till...]** Disp**

Press [ENTER]. Editor shows**:Disp**

Press [VARS][=>][Y-VARS][1:Function][1:Y1][ENTER]. Editor shows**:Disp ****Y1**

Press [+] . Editor shows**:Disp ****Y1+**

Press [VARS][=>][Y-VARS][1:Function][1:Y2][ENTER]. Editor shows**:Disp ****Y1+Y2**

Press {ENTER] to validate instruction

Editor inserts a new line** :**

**:Prompt X**

Press [2nd][0] (CATALOG) [8](P) [Scroll Down [till...]** Prompt**

Press [ENTER]. Editor shows**:Prompt**

Press [X,T.theta,n] key. Editor shows**:Prompt X**

Press [ENTER] to validate instruction

Editor inserts a new line**:**

**To save program **

Once all instructions are entered, press [2nd][QUIT] to save program.

To run program

- f+g, which you want to evaluate at 0
- f-g, which you want to evaluate at -1
- f*g, which you want to evaluate at 1
- and f/g, which you want to evaluate at 3

If however I did understand what you want to do, then there is a simple way to achieve this

- In the [Y=] function editor, enter Y1 and Y2
- In your mind decide which one represents f(x) and which represents g(x), probably f(x)=Y1(x) and g(x)= Y2(x)

- Validate each one by pressing [ENTER]

- Do not worry about graphing the function.
- Press [2nd][QUIT] to return to main calculator screen
- Enter a value (for example 5) and store it in variable X; to do so you press 5 [STO->][X,T, theta,n] [ENTER]
- To calculate f(x)+g(x) or
**(f+g)(x)**on the command line in main calculator screen

- Press [VARS][=>][Y-VARS][1:Function][1:Y1][ENTER]. Main calculator screen echoes
**Y1** - Press
**[+]**. Screen shows**Y1+**

- Press [VARS][=>][Y-VARS][1:Function][1:Y2][ENTER]. Main calculator screen echoes
**Y1+Y2** - Press [ENTER]
**of f+g at X=5**

I am going to show you how to create a small program that will perform all the 4 operations in sequence, each time asking you for the value of X you want to use.

Press [PRGM]

Use arrow to highlight [NEW]

Press [ENTER]

Screen displays

Type in the name, for example FOPG ( meaning F operation G) or anything else. Do not use a keyword (reserved command of the TI84Plus) These are what you find in the [CATALOG].

The top line on each screen capture is inserted by the program editor after you choose the name. The last line of first screen is the the same line as the second line on 2nd screen. It must not be entered. The colon

There are only to commands that are repeated here:

Disp orders the program to display

- a message (what is between the quotation marks) or

- the result of a calculation: Y1+Y2, Y1-Y2, Y1*Y2, or Y1/Y2

The Disp and Prompt command are accessed through the command catalog by pressing

Press [2nd][0] (CATALOG) [X^-1](D) [Scroll Down [till...]

Press [ENTER]. Editor shows :Disp

Press [ALPHA] [+] ("). Editor shows

Press [ALPHA][COS] (F). Editor shows

Press [+]. Editor shows

Press [ALPHA][TAN] (G). Editor shows

Press [ALPHA][+] (") Editor shows

Press [ENTER] to validate instruction

Calculator inserts a new line

Press [2nd][0] (CATALOG) [X^-1](D) [Scroll Down [till...]

Press [ENTER]. Editor shows

Press [VARS][=>][Y-VARS][1:Function][1:Y1][ENTER]. Editor shows

Press [+] . Editor shows

Press [VARS][=>][Y-VARS][1:Function][1:Y2][ENTER]. Editor shows

Press {ENTER] to validate instruction

Editor inserts a new line

Press [2nd][0] (CATALOG) [8](P) [Scroll Down [till...]

Press [ENTER]. Editor shows

Press [X,T.theta,n] key. Editor shows

Press [ENTER] to validate instruction

Editor inserts a new line

Once all instructions are entered, press [2nd][QUIT] to save program.

To run program

- Press [PRGM]
- Under the [EXEC] menu, the list of available programs appears.
- Type the number corresponding to the one you want to run ( FOPG) and press [ENTER].
- The main calculator screen displays
**prgmFOPG**and blinking cursor. - Press [ENTER] to make it run
- Enter a value of X and press [ENTER]
- Follow instructions.

Dec 21, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Hi,

In the Y= equation editor you can enter two functions, and graph them both or calculate a table for both. However, the two functions will be evaluated at the same values of X.

Rather than trying to guess what is happening, I will show you how to get your two tables.

If you have used one the applications** Inequalz **or **Transform** it si probably still stuck in memory, and you must unload it from the RAM before recovering the usual calculator behavio(u)r

Press [2nd][GRAPH] (Table) to see your 2 tables y1 and y2 calculated at the same X.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for rating the solution.

In the Y= equation editor you can enter two functions, and graph them both or calculate a table for both. However, the two functions will be evaluated at the same values of X.

Rather than trying to guess what is happening, I will show you how to get your two tables.

If you have used one the applications

- Press the [APPS] button, find Inequalz or Transform, point to it and click [ENTER].
- You will be asked to Continue or Quit the application.
- Press the number corresponding to Quit (usually 2).
- Press [2nd][Y=] (STAT PLOT). Press [4:PlotsOff][ENTER]
- Calculator replies Done.

Press [2nd][GRAPH] (Table) to see your 2 tables y1 and y2 calculated at the same X.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for rating the solution.

Dec 10, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Hello,

If you enter a function in the [Y=] editor, and press [2nd][TABLE] a table will be created with X on the left and Y1 on the right. The X list begins at Xmin (in Window settings) . If you scroll up the Y1 list, you will end up highlighting the Heading of the list (namely Y1). If you clear the Y1 label, the whole list will disappear, and the Y1= equation in the [Y=] editor too. To make it reappear, you must go back to the [Y=] screen and enter the function again, then regenerate the table.

If you lost the contents of L2, in STAT, you will have to key it in again.

Hope it helps.

If you enter a function in the [Y=] editor, and press [2nd][TABLE] a table will be created with X on the left and Y1 on the right. The X list begins at Xmin (in Window settings) . If you scroll up the Y1 list, you will end up highlighting the Heading of the list (namely Y1). If you clear the Y1 label, the whole list will disappear, and the Y1= equation in the [Y=] editor too. To make it reappear, you must go back to the [Y=] screen and enter the function again, then regenerate the table.

If you lost the contents of L2, in STAT, you will have to key it in again.

Hope it helps.

Oct 31, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Hello,

Sorry if you already know that, but I want to make sure we understand one another.

Say you want to graph the function Y1=2X+3.

You press [MODE] to make sure that the FUNC on 4th line is highlighted permanently. If it is you press [Y=]

On the first line where it says Y1= you enter 2*[X,T,Theta,n] +3.

The X is accessed with the key to the right of the [ALPHA] key.

As you key in your function, notice that the equal sign after Y1 is highlighted and remains so. When you finish entering the function press [ENTER] so that the cursor moves to the line Y2=. Make sure that the = sign after the Y1 in previous equation remains highlighted.

You can now draw the graph by pressing [GRAPH] or generate the table Y1=f(X) by pressing [2nd][TABLE].**Under no conditions should you enter YOUR own values**. If the table does not appear there may be a problem, and you will not solve it by entering values.

Now let us try to get you calculator to work as it should.

Press [2nd][STATPLOT][4:PlotsOff] , the command PlotsOff echoes on main screen. Press [ENTER] to turn statistical plots OFF. Screen displays Done.

Press [2nd][CATALOG] [ENTER]. The list of all avilable command appears. Scroll down till you reach ClrAllLists. Move arrow to the correspondig line and press [ENTER] , command echoes on main screen as ClrAllLists. Press [ENTER] to erase all old statistical lists that may be stored in the calculator memory.

Now you are ready to graph or create the table of values. Press [2nd][Table] and the table should be displayed.**All you can do with the values in the table is to look at them, examine them. You cannot modifie nor erase them.**

If, for reasons of your own, you think you ought to be allowed to enter YOUR values, in the table, then this is not graphing functions. The name for that is DOING STATISTICS. And the procedure is tottaly different: You enter YOUR values in lists and use the calculator to draw the data points, and to find the best fit (the curve that models the pattern of data distribution best). When you decide which fit is the best, you can use the calculator to extract the equation for the curve and, if you want it, to draw the curve on the same graph where you raw data is represented.

Hope these clarifications helps.

Before jumpin

Sorry if you already know that, but I want to make sure we understand one another.

Say you want to graph the function Y1=2X+3.

You press [MODE] to make sure that the FUNC on 4th line is highlighted permanently. If it is you press [Y=]

On the first line where it says Y1= you enter 2*[X,T,Theta,n] +3.

The X is accessed with the key to the right of the [ALPHA] key.

As you key in your function, notice that the equal sign after Y1 is highlighted and remains so. When you finish entering the function press [ENTER] so that the cursor moves to the line Y2=. Make sure that the = sign after the Y1 in previous equation remains highlighted.

You can now draw the graph by pressing [GRAPH] or generate the table Y1=f(X) by pressing [2nd][TABLE].

Now let us try to get you calculator to work as it should.

Press [2nd][STATPLOT][4:PlotsOff] , the command PlotsOff echoes on main screen. Press [ENTER] to turn statistical plots OFF. Screen displays Done.

Press [2nd][CATALOG] [ENTER]. The list of all avilable command appears. Scroll down till you reach ClrAllLists. Move arrow to the correspondig line and press [ENTER] , command echoes on main screen as ClrAllLists. Press [ENTER] to erase all old statistical lists that may be stored in the calculator memory.

Now you are ready to graph or create the table of values. Press [2nd][Table] and the table should be displayed.

If, for reasons of your own, you think you ought to be allowed to enter YOUR values, in the table, then this is not graphing functions. The name for that is DOING STATISTICS. And the procedure is tottaly different: You enter YOUR values in lists and use the calculator to draw the data points, and to find the best fit (the curve that models the pattern of data distribution best). When you decide which fit is the best, you can use the calculator to extract the equation for the curve and, if you want it, to draw the curve on the same graph where you raw data is represented.

Hope these clarifications helps.

Before jumpin

Oct 07, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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