Question about Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator
That is normal behavior because you specified the scale factor along the x axis to be 25. Well there is only space for just one point between 1.5 and 26 when the jump is equal to 25.
Please reset your calculator to its default configuration and avoid to play with the setting if you have not read about what its value means.
One easy way for you to recover a normal behavior is to press the ZOOM button and select ZoomSTD or if you are doing statistics select ZOOM DATA
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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