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Grr, wenever i try to graph it says ERR: Window Range

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This is because you have your windows set to amount that are invalid. Hit the windows range button (2nd f3 I believe) and set xmin to -10, xmax to 10, step/interval = 1, Ymin to -10, Ymax to 10, step/interval = 1.

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