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# Hello, i put two equation in y=editor in ti-84 plus. but its showing only one graph instead of two. so can you help me how you set up the calculator to show two graph at the same time?

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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

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### I want to know how to graph equations on the TI-84 calculator

You must cast the functions in the so-called functional form y=ax+b. Isolate y for both functions, then open the Y= function editor and type in the second member (right member) of y=ax+b.
You can enter both functions and have them graphed on the same screen. In that case one will be on the Y1= line, the other on the second line.
Make sure that both = signs in the Y= editor are highlighted if you want both functions on the same graph.

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### Cannot graph two equations together, & trig graphs are not correct.

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### How to use ti 84 plus calculator to graph linear equations

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

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### How do i graph an equation on a ti-84 plus silver edition calculator?

1. To graph a function, Press [Y=] to enter the function editor.
2. Type in a legitimate function.
3. Press ENTER to validate the function.
4. Press the GRAPH key to draw the graph.
5. Play with the window dimensions or use the ZOOM feature
to see more of the graph (or less).

Try your settings by drawing the function y= x
If you have problem with Invalid Dimension or other errors, turn the
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### My TI-84 PLUS calculator wont show the graph after i type in an equation. please help!

You need to fix your graph so that it shows the correct y-axis and x-axis.
It works best if you press the zoom button and then scroll to find the ZoomFit option.
Then the graph should show up.

Jun 15, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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### My ti-84 is only graphing one linear equation in the y equal when i put two equations in it only show one

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

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### Graphing an equation

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.

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### When i type in equations in the Y= then hit graph, the graph never appears

Hello,
Reset the calculator configuration by pressing [2nd][MEM][7:Reset][1:All Ram][2:Reset][ENTER]. Press [CLEAR] to clear the message Ram Cleared. Restart entering your functions in the [Y=] editor.
Hope it helps.

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### TI 84 plus problem

Hello,
Reset the calculator RAM and retry. Some old configuration settings are giving you the error.
Hope it helps.

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### Graphing multiply equations

When you go to Y=, you should get a list that says:
Y1=
Y2=
Y3=
etc. You just enter the first equation into the Y1= space then hit ENTER and it will go to Y2=. Enter the second equation there. After you have entered all of your equations, push GRAPH and they should come up in order but they will all appear.

Also, make sure your window is set appropriately so that you are able to see all of the graphs.

Lastly, when you look at your Y= screen, are there funny looking arrows before the Y=? If so, do this:

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

• Hope one of these are helpful!!

-Gretchen

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