## Setting up your Graph screen

Using the **window** button you can acces the *window* menu. In this menu you can read the following:

- Xmin
- Xmax
- Xscl
- Ymin
- Ymax
- Yscl
- Xres

## Xmin

This is the value on which the calculator **starts** the X-axis of the graph (the minimum value a X coordinate can have). For instance, you need the **X-axis** to go from -2 till 10. In that case you would enter -2 here

note: You must use the (-) button instead of the - button, the (-) button declares a negative value whilst the - button declares to subtract value A from value B.

## Xmax

This is the value on which te calculator **Ends** the X-axis of the graph (the maximum value a X coordinate can have). For instance, you need the **X-axis** to go from -2 till 10. In that case you would enter 10 here.

## Xscl

This is the value on which te calculator **Draws a point** along the X-axis of the graph. For instance, you need a point after each 5 *values* in that case you would enter 5 here

## Ymin

This is the value on which the calculator **starts** the Y-axis of the graph (the minimum value a Y coordinate can have). For instance, you need the **Y-axis** to go from -2 till 10. In that case you would enter -2 here

note: You must use the (-) button instead of the - button, the (-) button declares a negative value whilst the - button declares to subtract value A from value B.

## Ymax

This is the value on which te calculator **Ends** the Y-axis of the graph (the maximum value a Y coordinate can have). For instance, you need the **Y-axis** to go from -2 till 10. In that case you would enter 10 here

## Yscl

This is the value on which te calculator **Draws a point** along the Y-axis of the graph. For instance, you need a point after each 5 *values* in that case you would enter 5 here

## Xres

**Needs to be edited**

## graphscreen

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