## How do you graph a function on a TI 89?

How to graph a function on the TI-89: Steps

- Step 1: Press the HOME key.
- Step 2: Press the diamond key and then press the F1 key to enter into the y=editor.
- Step 4: Press the following keys to enter the example function into a “y=” slot (don’t type the “y=” because it’s already there!

## How do you graph a function on TI?

The first step in any graphing problem is to draw the graph. On the TI-83 and TI-84, this is done by going to the function screen by pressing the “Y=” button and entering the function into one of the lines. After the function has been entered, press the “GRAPH” button, and the calculator will draw the graph for you.

**How do you graph 3D functions on a TI 84?**

Select option 3:3D, and press ENTER. You will then be taken to the Z= screen where you can enter the equation of your graph. The equation by default is a function of X and Y. You can change the graphing settings by pressing WINDOW, but for now just push GRAPH to display the 3D graph.

**How do you unfreeze a TI 89 Titanium?**

You will need to reset your calculator. This is done by removing one of the alkaline batteries from the unit and while holding the [(-)] key simultaneously with the [)] key and pushing the battery back into the unit.

### Can TI 89 do Limits?

You can find the limit() function by pressing [F3 – Calc] and selecting “3: limit(“. You can also find the function in the [CATALOG] or in the [2nd][MATH], “A: Calculus” submenu. The limit() function on the TI-89 evaluates limits exactly – not approximately.

### How to use graphing calculator on TI-89 Titanium?

Graphing Calculator Instructions for the TI-89 Titanium Getting around the calculator Home Screen Press HOME to do calculations Decimal Answers The TI-89 does symbolic operations so it will simplify fractions and radicals. It keeps answers in exact form. If you want a decimal answer, press Green Diamond (♦), ENTER to select ≈

**Is the TI 89 calculator a trademark of Apple?**

Mac is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Intel and Windows are registered trademarks of their respective owners. Keep your TI-89 Titanium up to date with the latest operating system. Download the latest product manuals and Getting Started guides to get the most from your TI-89 Titanium calculator.

**What are the benefits of using a TI-86 calculator?**

Extend the benefits and functions of the TI-86 to your calculator. Unique solutions, or a representation of the infinite set of solutions is provided for better comprehension of polynomial concepts. Extend the benefits and functions of your calculator.

#### Where can I find the CollegeBoard titanium calculator?

Visit www.collegeboard.org. Mac is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Intel and Windows are registered trademarks of their respective owners. Keep your TI-89 Titanium up to date with the latest operating system.