# How do you graph a step function on a TI 84 Plus CE?

## How do you graph a step function on a TI 84 Plus CE?

How can I graph a step function on a TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition?

- Press [Y=] to access the Y= Editor.
- Press [MATH] and scroll to the right to select the NUM menu.
- Press 5:int(.
- Press [X,T,q,n] [ ) ] to input the x variable and to complete the command.
- Press the [GRAPH] key to display the graph.

**What does a piecewise graph look like?**

These graphs may be continuous, or they may contain “breaks”. Because these graphs tend to look like “pieces” glued together to form a graph, they are referred to as “piecewise” functions (piecewise defined functions), or “split-definition” functions.

**How do you do piecewise functions?**

How To: Given a piecewise function, write the formula and identify the domain for each interval

- Identify the intervals where different rules apply.
- Determine formulas that describe how to calculate an output from an input in each interval.
- Use a bracket and “if” statements to write the function.

### How do you find the equation for a piecewise function?

Finding the Equation of a Piecewise Function: Find the equation for both lines y=mx+b form. If there is an O, then the equation will be > or <, if there is • the equation is ≥ or ≤. The line itself is X in the equation.

**Why will my TI-84 Plus not graph?**

If a blank screen is displayed when graphing a function, it may be that the Window settings on the calculator are not appropriate for the function being graphed. The ZoomFit command allows the calculator to set the Window settings so that the function can be displayed properly.

**How do you turn on axis on a TI-84?**

Please see the TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Plus Family guidebooks for additional information….To turn the axes on:

- Press [2nd] [ZOOM] to access the FORMAT menu.
- Highlight AxesOn.
- Press [ENTER]
- Try graphing a simple function, such as y=x, and the axes should be displayed.

#### Why is my graph not showing up on ti84?

**How do you make a TI-84 graphing calculator?**

Here are the steps to set your graphing window:

- Press [WINDOW] to access the Window editor. See the first screen.
- Enter nMax. Choose a value of nMax that is as large as you might need; try 100.
- Enter the Xmin. Enter Xmin = 0 for an aesthetically pleasing graph.
- Enter the Xmax.
- Enter the Ymin.
- Enter the Ymax.

**Is the TI-84 Plus good for calculus?**

Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus CE Color Graphing Calculator The TI-84 Plus CE has many features of a good calculator, making it one of the most popular and best-selling calculators in the United States. This calculator is a reliable tool for solving calculus problems.