
#1
Dec2004, 06:30 PM

P: 587

Does anyone know how to put absolute values in the t183 graphing calculator? I need to graph absolute value of x, the absolute value of x +2, and the absolute value of x3




#2
Dec2004, 06:39 PM

P: 354

Easy as pi. HEHEHE.....Sorry.
Go to your y= screen. Pust the yellow [2nd], then push catalogue (above the zero, I think). I think the first thing your screen will show is: abs( pust enter. There, now in Y1= should be abs(. Punch in your values, make sure your window is good, and wahlah. Paden Roder 



#3
Dec2004, 06:53 PM

P: 587





#4
Dec2004, 07:12 PM

P: 534

Graphing calculator Absolute values? HOW?HINT: what does AbsVal do to a number? 



#5
Dec2104, 02:07 PM

P: 84

Look at what the numbers would have been without the absolute value put in.




#6
Dec2104, 02:22 PM

P: 554

Surely they would know what "absolute" means, why would they ask where to find it on their calculator if they didn't?



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