Re: Finding X- and Y-intercepts
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Re: Finding X- and Y-intercepts
Adam Berlinsky-Schine wrote:
>
> Anyone know how I can find the x and y intercepts of a graph? I kinda
> managed to get the x intercept by graphing Y=0 and finding the
> intersections. But is there away to do this easily and find the Y
> intercepts? You can't graph a vertical line.
>
> Adam
Yea there is, go to [TABLE]. Look for where Y=0, that's the XICPT, X=0
is the YICPT, there may be more than 1 YICPT. If you don't want to go
through all that (isn't really much), push math (82/83), [MORE] [F1]
(85/86) and look for YICPT.
-(:P Modem Boy d:)-
-(:P -=TI-86=- d:)-
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