Introduction

A graphing process may take long if the zoom is not appropriate, or the resolution is too high.

  1. To cancel the graphing process, press the "ON" button.
    • To cancel the graphing process, press the "ON" button.

  2. Go to "Zoom." Navigate to and highlight "ZoomFit" then press "Enter." Doing so will automatically set your graphing window to the most appropriate dimensions. Go to "Zoom." Navigate to and highlight "ZoomFit" then press "Enter." Doing so will automatically set your graphing window to the most appropriate dimensions. Go to "Zoom." Navigate to and highlight "ZoomFit" then press "Enter." Doing so will automatically set your graphing window to the most appropriate dimensions.
    • Go to "Zoom." Navigate to and highlight "ZoomFit" then press "Enter." Doing so will automatically set your graphing window to the most appropriate dimensions.

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  4. If you are graphing complex equations, multiple equations, or a combination of the two, it may take anywhere from 1 minute to 5 minutes to graph.
    • If you are graphing complex equations, multiple equations, or a combination of the two, it may take anywhere from 1 minute to 5 minutes to graph.

    • The bar on the top right corner indicates the calculator is graphing.

  5. If you feel that your graph is taking too long, you can change the step resolution to a bigger number. To do so, press "Window" and change "Xres" to a value between 1 and 8. A bigger Xres value will graph more quickly. If you feel that your graph is taking too long, you can change the step resolution to a bigger number. To do so, press "Window" and change "Xres" to a value between 1 and 8. A bigger Xres value will graph more quickly.
    • If you feel that your graph is taking too long, you can change the step resolution to a bigger number. To do so, press "Window" and change "Xres" to a value between 1 and 8. A bigger Xres value will graph more quickly.

Conclusion

It is always a good idea to make sure your graph will display a good window.

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