How to Use the Basic Functions of a Graphing

Calculator. Going from a pocket calculator to a graphing

calculator can be as daunting as going from a skateboard to a car. Make the jump and learn the basics of using

a graphing calculator. You will need Graphing calculator and understanding

of the order of operations. Step 1. Turn on the graphing calculator by hitting

the On button and turn it off by holding down the 2nd key and pressing the On button. Step 2. Lighten and darken the screen by the pressing

the 2nd button and simultaneously pressing either the Up or Down arrow. Step 3. Use the multiple functions of the buttons. Press a button to use the function written

on the button, and hold the 2nd key while pressing a button to use the function written

above the button. Some graphing calculators also have a third

function that can be accessed by holding down the Alpha key while pressing the button. Step 4. Access the calculator’s menu by pressing the

button labeled Mode. Then move the cursor with the arrow keys,

pressing Enter to change settings. Step 5. Type equations on the main screen the way

they would look if you were writing them, and press Enter to display the answer. Follow the order of operations when entering

equations. Use parentheses to break up the equation in

the order each part should be solved. Operations inside parentheses are completed

first. Step 6. Erase unwanted items on the screen by hitting

the Clear button. Step 7. Graph an equation by pressing Y=. Then type the equation and press the Graph

button. Step 8. Adjust the picture of the graph by pressing

the Window button. Adjust the values of the x and y axes and

the x and y minimum to show key aspects of the graph. Did you know Casio produced the world’s first

graphing calculator, the fx-7000G in 1985.

4th view , 2nd

button button button god damn

omg third

ling quan fang

i hate that calculator i have to press a button 10000x times before ti does something

@katherinecat09111 nah 4th LOLZ

MINE HAS GAMES ON IT

THE ONLY THING I USE IT FOR

@TheCliffordCult My thought exactly. Anyone can drive a car but you need skills for skateboarding.

i learn step 1 im genios

oh, shit the first calc.

i´ve got that one somewhere at my house!

I have a TI-82 and when I try to put in the same equation she dis, y=4-6, then hit the graph button, mines say ERROR :STAT PLOT. Why does it do that?

I have a TI-82 and when I try to put in the same equation she dis, y=4-6, then hit the graph button, mines say ERROR :STAT PLOT. Why does it do that?

@nicker66 Haha taking the SAT and they see you playing tetris. They're like um wtf?

@Shon9tilR because the equation needs to include an x somewhere like 4x-6

oh ok.

@murtisoft and i like your language

Casio is better

Yeah that what i was talking about

THANK you so much!

omg i have the same calculator but mine has games on it

is it just me or does the way she says "button" sound a little weird?

If only Inspector Gadget from that AVGN could narrate this….

BATTAN

BATTON

BUTTAN

I need help how do you do the zoom y= function with the xmin y min thing on an hp 40GS?

Yeah, right! And what major graphing calculator has Casio produced since the epic FX-7000G? The ClassPad was promising but didn't meet the expectations quite well. The design language is also very strange for what is considered a modern calculator, it looks like a bulky old PDA. It looks very dull and lifeless. It's unfortunate that they didn't build upon this "worlds first" technology. Texas Instruments has been dominating this domain for decades now.

But the new Casio CG-20 is probably the most promising graphing calculator by Casio so far. Although I'm not sure if it can do CAS. It is not listed as a CAS capable calculator on their website. So that leaves us with the updated ClassPad 330.

This is the shittiest "how to" video ever! I still don't know how to use a graphing calculator!!

Well ur need to learn what the graphing calculator is for before u can learn how to do it

Dafuq, my graphing calculator is diff, but damn expensive

what a horrible accent, annoying to my eyes

One question. When I want to graph something with a negative number in front of the operation like -16 x² +85 the calculator tells me ERR:SYNTAX … what should I do in that case?

Youre teaching is how to use the Texas Instrument ones,and this may be out of point

thanks!

cool….mines dead how do I fix it? is there like bateries

im trying to use the x symbol but cant??

I'm probably like the only one in my class who still doesn't know how to use a graphing calculator… 😕

But a skateboard is harder then a car

just too fast for an old gal like me to follow

"gr-auw-phing calculators"

Followed her instructions and it came up "Invalid Entry"…now what!!!

Button 😂