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Math Help - How do you save settings in the 'WINDOW' mode on a TI-83 Calculator?

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    How do you save settings in the 'WINDOW' mode on a TI-83 Calculator?

    Okay, so i'm doing an assignment that requires a graphing calculator, and i have to change some of the settings in the 'Window' mode, but the problem is i don't know how to save the new settings.
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    Hi there,

    I have a TI-83 and when I change the setting in the 'window' display these are then the default onwards until I change them again.

    So I don't need to save the settings. Is this the same for you?
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    Yes, in fact i was able to contact my Professor and she solved this problem for me. When i change the values in the "Window" mode, and then shut off the calculator it will save until I go back to that option again.
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    I have to graph a bunch of sine graphs on my calculator, i was just wondering would you graph "sin (x + 2)", and "sin x+2" the same way? I can't seem to get rid of the parenthesis on sine, so i'm assuming that those two graphs would be the same.
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    \displaystyle Y_1= \sin (x+2)

    \displaystyle Y_2= \sin (x)+2
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