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    Can't see x- and y-values on graph

    I'll get right down to it. I've got a TI Voyage 200, and I look at examples online for how to do things with it. My primary frustration at this point is that for finding the minimum and maximum values for a parabola, the example screenshots I see have x- and y-values displayed as well. Mine doesn't do this and I was hoping someone might be able to tell me if there is just a setting I have to change or if it's something worse. Any and all help will be much appreciated.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wyattearp100 View Post
    Mine doesn't do this and I was hoping someone might be able to tell me if there is just a setting I have to change or if it's something worse.
    Go to Tools->Format and make sure coordinates are turned on (RECT for rectangular or POLAR for polar). Coordinates should be on by default; perhaps you accidentally changed it?
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    Ah! Thank you ever so much, that worked perfectly. I also think your assumption is correct; I must've accidentaly turned it off at some point.

    Anyways, thanks again!

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