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    Using window settings

    Okay - another graphing calculator question.

    If I need to graph the two functions for 0 degrees less than equal theta less than equal 60 degrees how do i do that??

    I tried by looking at my other post and trying to follow the same, but it didn't work out so well, I got a thick line running along the x-axis.....

    Thanks again!!

    Jennifer
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmoran View Post
    Okay - another graphing calculator question.

    If I need to graph the two functions for 0 degrees less than equal theta less than equal 60 degrees how do i do that??

    I tried by looking at my other post and trying to follow the same, but it didn't work out so well, I got a thick line running along the x-axis.....

    Thanks again!!

    Jennifer
    I assume that you mean:

    Y1 = 1/cos(X)

    Y2 = tan(X)

    Use the following settings at WINDOW:

    Xmin = -1
    Xmax = 90 (be sure that you have switched the calculator into degree mode)
    Xscl = 10
    Ymin = -1
    Ymax = 5
    Yscl = 1
    Xres = 1
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    perfect thank you

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