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(Section 20)

In mathematics it is important to view functions numerically, graphically, and analytically. Prior to the graphing calculator most mathematics courses concentrated on the analytical view of functions only. With the TI-83 and TI-89 graphing calculators it is possible to view functions numerically and graphically. Most students are familiar with graphing equations on a calculator, but the calculator can be used to understand functions in other ways too.
 

Looking at Quadratic data on the TI-83

Looking at Quadratic data on the TI-89

Select one of the above links to look at a quadratic on your type of calculator and to move forward in the review

or 

click on the link below to move forward

To section 21

You will be asked to refer to the above quadratic data, equation, and tables in section 18

Table of Contents

Section 19

Answer Section

Section 21