Question about Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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SOURCE: I can't graph on my ti-84 plus silv. edition

More than likely, you've put in a number in the xmin or xmax that is not correct. Example....you put in an xmin of 10 and an xmax of -10 which would be backwards. This could also happen in the ymin or y max.

The easiest way to fix this is to press zoom 6 which wil get you back to the default graph of xmin of -10, xmax of 10 and ymin of -10 and y max of 10.

If you can't see your graph on this screen and need to change the window, just be sure the number in the min for both x & y is smaller than the number in the max. You change your window size by pressing the window button.

Posted on Aug 15, 2009

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SOURCE: TI-84 Plus LCD display broken. Is replacement available?

Hello,

Contact [email protected] or www.ti.com/calc .

Hope it helps

Posted on Oct 25, 2009

SOURCE: My TI-84 Plus won't graph two functions at once.

Hello,**Turn the satistical plots OFF**

Press [2nd][Y=] (STATPLOT). Select or enter 4: to execute the command [PlotsOff] [ENTER]**Clear the lists (statistical lists)**

Press [2nd][0] (Catalog]. Press [PGRM] C. The cursor jumps to the first command in catalog that starts with C (The greek letters in names do not matter). Scroll down a bit to reach the command [ClrAllLists]. Select it and press [ENTER].**Try your graphs again**.

If you still have problems, just **reset the RAM**:

Press [2nd][+] (MEM). Press 7 to select [Reset] then [1:All Ram][2:Reset]. Press [Clear] to erase the Ram Cleard message.

Now you should be able to draw the graphs.

Hope it helps.

Thanks for using FixYa.

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

SOURCE: err:syntax when I try to graph with ''-''

Hello,

The calculator has two minus signs

- The regular MINUS sign which is used with the subtraction operation. This operation is binary, requiring two operands (two terms). In a-b, a and be are the operands (they very specific names, but I will skip this detail).
- The negation or change sign. This operation is called unary, requiring one operand. -a means take the negative of the number a.

Examples. Let (-) be the negation and -- the regular minus.

- If you enter (-) 12 the TI84Plus accepts it and calculates the negative of 12.
- If you enter 12 (-) 13 the TI protests with a syntax error
- If you enter 12 ( (-) 13) the calculator interprets it as 12* (-13) and calculates -156.
- If you enter --12, the calculator displays Ans--12, where Ans is the last result calculated. If Ans happens to be 0, the new result is obviously the one you are expecting. But if Ans holds a non zero value, this is incorrect.

You can enter it exactly as it is written above. In this case, you must use the change sign (-) in both factors.

You can also decide to use the power rules and enter the expression as X^( -2 --1/3). In this case the first minus is the negation and the second is the regular minus.

I could go on with a few more examples, but that will take us away from your present concern.

In short.

- If the minus sign is the leftmost (first) symbol in your function (after the Y1=) you should use the negation. Any subsequent minus should be the regular minus --
- If the minus sign is the first symbol in an exponent, you must use the negation. Any subsequent minus in the expression of an exponent should be the regular minus --

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Posted on Dec 13, 2009

SOURCE: Number of graphing lines displayed

The Transfrm Application is in all likelihood active, and you must kick it out of memory (not delete it).

- Press [APPS] scroll down the list of apps to reach Transfm.
- Select Transfrm and press ENTER.
- In the screen that is displayed, select the option that uninstalls Transfrm.
- Go back to Y= editor and make sure that both or all = signs in the defining equations are highlighted.

Posted on Jun 18, 2010

To find solution for your problem you have to type in Y editor **y1=cos(2x)**

Then graphing function. See captured image

Mar 15, 2012 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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

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...

If I'm understanding you correctly, you want to graph something like

5x+3=9

If this is correct, graph 5x+3 in the y1 line and 9 in the y2 line. To find the solution, you will press 2nd, then trace the intersection and hit enter 3 times. This will get the solution you need for the equation.

If this is not what you are wanting to do, you need to be try again and elaborate more.

5x+3=9

If this is correct, graph 5x+3 in the y1 line and 9 in the y2 line. To find the solution, you will press 2nd, then trace the intersection and hit enter 3 times. This will get the solution you need for the equation.

If this is not what you are wanting to do, you need to be try again and elaborate more.

Jun 28, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

To graph a f o g problem input the g function for y1. Then for y2 input the f function, anywhere there is an x (or whatever your variable is) put y1 instead.

Mar 08, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

Graph 2X PLUS 1 for X in open interval ]-1,0[

It should be entered as follows

(2X plus 1) (X larger than negative 1) (X less than zero)

In [Y=] editor and on line Y1= type your right hand side between parentheses (2X Plus 1). I use the Plus instead of the usual sign because the parser of the web site removes the sign.

[( ]2 [X,T,theta,n] [Plus] 1 [)] [(] [X,T,theta,n] [2nd][MATH] [3: larger than] [(-)] 1 [)] [(] [X,T,Theta,n] [2nd][MATH][5: less than] 0 [)]

Here are some screen captures to help you

It should be entered as follows

(2X plus 1) (X larger than negative 1) (X less than zero)

In [Y=] editor and on line Y1= type your right hand side between parentheses (2X Plus 1). I use the Plus instead of the usual sign because the parser of the web site removes the sign.

[( ]2 [X,T,theta,n] [Plus] 1 [)] [(] [X,T,theta,n] [2nd][MATH] [3: larger than] [(-)] 1 [)] [(] [X,T,Theta,n] [2nd][MATH][5: less than] 0 [)]

Here are some screen captures to help you

Oct 30, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Here is an asurd example of a piecewise function

Y1=11 for X less than 10

Y1=3 for X in the range [10, 20[

Y1=X+5 for X in the range [20, 30[

Y1=10 for X larger than 30

Here is the screen capture of the Y= editor window.

You have

Y1=11 for X less than 10

Y1=3 for X in the range [10, 20[

Y1=X+5 for X in the range [20, 30[

Y1=10 for X larger than 30

Here is the screen capture of the Y= editor window.

You have

- the definition of the function within a domain, enclosed in () followed by the domain enclosed in ()
- a + to introduce the second piece (definition) (domain)
- + a third piece (definition ) (domain)
- and so on.
- Use the [2nd][TEST] key sequence to access the relational operators, less than, greater than, etc.

Mar 09, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

If either error occurs when trying to graph a function (not a STAT PLOT), the error can be corrected by turning off the STAT PLOTS. The following steps will turn the STAT PLOTS off, allowing the graph of the function to be displayed.• Press [2nd] [Y=] to access the STAT PLOTS menu.

• Select 4: PlotsOff.

• Press [ENTER].

• Try graphing a function like y = x^4-3x^3+6x-1

• Select 4: PlotsOff.

• Press [ENTER].

• Try graphing a function like y = x^4-3x^3+6x-1

Jun 03, 2017 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

I think you should get a Texas Instruments calculator and push the 'y=' button then put the equation like '2x+4' in the y1 area. You can put the X by using the variable botton. I hope my english makes sense I am not a native speaker.

Jan 19, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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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