The <Diamond> + F1 menu allows me to plot only Y= graphs.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

How do I plot a graph of say, y^2=x+4 ?

You cannot plot y=Root(x+4) because you would miss the negative part of y.

If this is the only way to plot such graphs, how to you tell TI to plot a y= +/- Root(x+4) ?

Thanks.

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# Calculators TI 89 Titanium Help - Plotting y^2 graphs.

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