Graphing a function on a TI-86 requires entering the function properly and finding a suitable window. Once you have performed these two tasks, you can begin to analyze the graph.


    A. Polynomial Functions
    B. Trigonometric Functions
    C. Rational Functions
    D. Exponential Functions
    E. Radical Functions
    F. Logarithmic Functions

    A. y(x)
    B. MATH
    C. FORMAT
    D. EVAL
    E. TABLE
    F. TRACE
    G. ZOOM

    A. Overview
        1. WINDOW
        2. ZOOM
        3. TRACE
        4. TABLE

    B. EXAMPLES
        1. Polynomial Functions
        2. Trigonometric Functions
        3. Rational Functions
        4. Exponential Functions
        5. Radical Functions
        6. Logarithmic Functions


    A. Derivative
    B. Greatest Integer
    C. Integral
    D. Inverse Trig Functions
    E. Piecewise Functions


    A. CLDRW
    B. Shade
    C. LINE
    D. VERT
    E. HORIZ
    F. CIRCL
    G. DrawF
    H. TanLn
    I. DrInv