How would I graph the linex=4 on the TI-84 graphing calculator?

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- Aug 9th 2010, 05:39 PMMATNTRNGTI-84 graphing question
How would I graph the line

*x*=4 on the TI-84 graphing calculator? - Aug 9th 2010, 05:52 PMTKHunny
Do you have a manual? If you have worked any of the examples, especially the fast start examples right in the front of the book, they show how to make many interesting graphs.

I couldn't find my 84, but on my 83, this is what it took.

1) Turn it on.

2) Press the [Y=] button

3) Enter 4 next to the "\Y1="

4) Press the [Draw] button.

5) With any luck, your window and view settings will shot it to you.

Please read your owner's manual. There is a ton of useful stuff in there. Work ALL the examples. EVERY ONE.

Okay, just kidding. For a vertical line, get to the blank home screen and press [2nd][PRGM][4][4][ENTER] - Aug 9th 2010, 06:27 PMMATNTRNG
haha thanks

- Oct 7th 2010, 05:34 PMbeardedoneder
Press [Y=]

At any of the empty Y variables, enter*1E10(x-4)*

Press [Graph]

You'll find the rational for this approach here, Graphing Calculator - Graphing Vertical Lines