#1
can you make two graphs on the same page, so i can see where they intersect?
thanks for the help!
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#2
Yes, just put one eq in y1 and one in y2. then do calc > intersect
#3
That's actually a good question,

Cant you wait till tomorrow so you can ask your teacher?
#5
Quote by geetar_man0
That's actually a good question,

Cant you wait till tomorrow so you can ask your teacher?

cool kid, im actually in AP classes, and its summer work meaning its graded for a quiz grade.
so quit being a ****ing douche bag and leave.
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Yes, just put one eq in y1 and one in y2. then do calc > intersect

i got the first equation in y1 put idk how to put it in y2?
help?
edit: this is also my first graphing calc. so sorry im not a nerd about it yet.
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Last edited by RHCP987123 at Aug 8, 2009,
#8
Quote by RHCP987123
i got the first equation in y1 put idk how to put it in y2?
help?


What math is this? Calculus? Anyway. To get to y2....try pressing the down arrow on the keypad. That'll do the trick. If it doesn't then your calculator is broken in some way or another.
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Quote by geetar_man0
That's actually a good question,

Cant you wait till tomorrow so you can ask your teacher?


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#10
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What math is this? Calculus? Anyway. To get to y2....try pressing the down arrow on the keypad. That'll do the trick. If it doesn't then your calculator is broken in some way or another.

nah, im graphing a physics problem and yea thanks for your help, i got it.
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#11
Quote by RHCP987123
can you make two graphs on the same page, so i can see where they intersect?
thanks for the help!


There's a pretty simple way to calculate the exact point where the two graphs intersect, but seeing as how you couldn't even figure out how to move from y1= to y2=, I wouldn't want to confuse you any more.
#12
Quote by RHCP987123
cool kid, im actually in AP classes, and its summer work meaning its graded for a quiz grade.
so quit being a ****ing douche bag and leave.

Well i have no idea what kind of maths your studying, and whether or not this work is being done over the summer.

Let alone how old you are and whether your still in high school or at college etc.

I have this exact calculator, hence why i said ''good question''


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Last edited by geetar_man0 at Aug 8, 2009,
#13
Quote by Slash 602
There's a pretty simple way to calculate the exact point where the two graphs intersect, but seeing as how you couldn't even figure out how to move from y1= to y2=, I wouldn't want to confuse you any more.

i dont need help anymore, but to respond to your post.
I just got the calculator like a month ago. and going from a TI-34II to a TI-89 is a big jump. haha.
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