[C.6] Useable Graph

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Features a TI Calculator
Lesson Summary:

In calculator skill C.6, you will learn how to obtain a usable graph of linear, quadratic, exponential, logistic, logarithmic, or rational functions with the proper combination of window settings and zoom features on your graphing calculator. While this may be a challenging skill to learn, it will become easier with practice and experience. By adjusting your window settings and zoom features, you can ensure that your graph is clear, accurate, and suitable for solving real-world problems. Through this lesson, you will gain an understanding of how to use these tools to graph the four model functions used in this class: linear, quadratic, exponential, and logistic.

Lesson Description:

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.

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Questions answered by this video:
  • 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?
  • Staff Review

    • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
    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.