Any function is graphed with a few basic steps.

- Put the function into the calculator.
- Set the graphing window.
- Graph the function.

The exact sequence of steps is demonstrated in the handout below.

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# FAQ Topic: TI Graphing Calculator

## How Do I Graph A Linear Function On My TI Graphing Calculator?

## How Do I Make A Scatter Plot On My TI Graphing Calculator?

## How Do I Make A Table Of Values On A TI Graphing Calculator?

## How Do I Find The Equilibrium Point From Supply and Demand Functions?

Any function is graphed with a few basic steps.

- Put the function into the calculator.
- Set the graphing window.
- Graph the function.

The exact sequence of steps is demonstrated in the handout below.

A scatter plot is simply a plot of data points. Typically the data points will be in a table or ordered pairs. The independent variable is graphed horizontally (usually the first column of data or first number in the ordered pair) and the dependent variable is graphed vertically. This handout shows an example.

A TI 83 or 84 Graphing Calculator is able to generate a table automatically at equally spaced x values or at specific values supplied by the user. These handouts describe the process.

This handout shows what supply and demand functions are as well as how to set them equal to find the equilibrium point. It also shows how to find the equilibrium point on the TI calculator.

- Handout: Linear Supply and Demand Functions