Obtain a useable graph of linear, quadratic, exponential, logistic, logarithmic, or rational functions with a proper combination of WINDOW settings and ZOOM features on your graphing calculator.
How do you obtain a useable graph or a good window for a function on a TI graphing calculator?
How do you get a normal or standard window on a TI graphing calculator?
How do you zoom in, zoom out, zoom square, and zoom standard on a TI graphing calculator?
How do you find a good window on a TI graphing calculator for a quadratic function in vertex form?
What do Xmin, Xmax, Xscl, Ymin, Ymax, Yscl, and Xres mean in the window screen on a TI graphing calculator?
How do you find a good window on a TI graphing calculator for a logistic function?
How do you find a good window on a TI graphing calculator for a linear function?
How do you find a good window on a TI graphing calculator for an exponential function?
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This lesson shows you how to get a good window for several different functions on a TI graphing calculator. The Window and Zoom screens are explored and discussed in this lesson. This skill of finding / setting a good window for a function is very useful.