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    How do you enter the y variable in TI-83 plus calculator?

    How do you enter the y variable in TI-83 plus calculator?

    .......Thank you.
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    Re: How do you enter the y variable in TI-83 plus calculator?

    Quote Originally Posted by benny92000 View Post
    .......Thank you.
    What do you wish to do with your calculator?
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    Re: How do you enter the y variable in TI-83 plus calculator?

    I was graphing a circle.
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    Re: How do you enter the y variable in TI-83 plus calculator?

    Quote Originally Posted by benny92000 View Post
    I was graphing a circle.
    I think your question has been answered in another thread, but you have to write the equation as y in terms of x. For a circle, you will need two separate equations (one for the positive square root, and one for the negative).
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