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also, is it possible to do indefinite integrals using ti-83 plus calculator?

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also, is it possible to do indefinite integrals using ti-83 plus calculator?

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First you must graph the function you want to take the integral of. Then, while you're in the graphing screen, go to the math menu. In there is the integral command, and it'll ask you for the lower bound and upper bound for the integral. Note that both of these

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I have a Ti83plus, it doesn't do indefinite integral.....

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Go to the Y= menu, set a function into Y1. Then, press 2nd / TRACE (CALC) / 7: [itex]\int [/itex]f(x)dx. It will take you to the graphing screen and ask you for the boundaries. Put them in, and it spits out the answer at the bottom of the screen.

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perfect! thanksJustin Lazear said:

Go to the Y= menu, set a function into Y1. Then, press 2nd / TRACE (CALC) / 7: [itex]\int [/itex]f(x)dx. It will take you to the graphing screen and ask you for the boundaries. Put them in, and it spits out the answer at the bottom of the screen.

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Example:

fnInt(x^3+6x^2+2x,X,2,5)

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