### III. Working With Graphs

E. F5 - Math

C:Shade The operation of Shade is dependent on how many functions are graphed. If one function is graphed, it will shade the area above or below the x-axis. If there are two or more functions graphed, the area between two of the functions over a designated interval. The operation of Shade is dependent on how many functions are graphed. If one function is graphed, it will shade the area above or below the x-axis. If there are two or more functions graphed, the area between two of the functions over a designated interval.

Example: Shade the area above the x-axis.

 Press to access the Y=Editor. Press to set the window. Press to draw the graph. Press and select C:Shade. Press and the calculator will ask for shading desired. Press for yes; N for no. Press . The calculator will ask for a lower bound. Enter -7 as the value for x. Enter 7 as the upper bound. Press and the calculator will shade the area.

 1:Value 2:Zero 3:Minimum 4:Maximum 5:Intersection 6:Derivatives 7:Integrals 8:Inflection 9:Distance A:Tangent B:Arc C:Shade
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