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Topic: Question from NYSAMS conference
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DeRosa, Melody

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Question from NYSAMS conference
Posted: May 6, 2002 10:07 AM
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Q) Is there a way to rotate the equation y=x^2 around an axis to see what it
looks like
on the TI-89?
A) Press the MODE key
Set the graph setting to 3D
Press diamond Y= ( the z= editor is shown)
*Enter x^2
Press diamond GRAPH
press the left/right arrows to rotate

Have a great day,
Melody

Melody DeRosa
NY Educational Technology Consultant
Texas Instruments
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