Press Y= to see the equations. Enter and equation in, using x as the variable. (Press X,T,θ,n for an x.) Enter an equation and press GRAPH to see it.
(If you need to graph parametric, polar, or sequential equations, press MODE and select the graph type you need. Select FUNC for normal y= equations.)
On my graphing calculator, a TI84 Plus, I can enter the equation into the Y= (a button) and then graph it by hitting the Graph button.
Short answer; you can't. But you can purchase (or borrow) a TI84 calculator and use the TI83's transfer cable to transfer data from the 83 to the 84 to your mac computer (the TI84 comes with a USB transfer cable).
Well, ti83s don't have archive memory(ti83 plus does though) while ti84 has archive. Ti84s allow you to start a two digit label with a letter, while ti83 doesn't, which is why there is an ERR:VERSION when you try to transfer programs with labels like A4 from ti84 to ti83. Also, ti84s default connection cord is different from that of them ti83, and ti84 uses a mini-USB as ti83 uses a different one, the one labeled 'I/O' on the ti84.
Either press the carat button followed by a 3 or go to the math function and select cubed.
what u do is as someone very smart to do it for you
Graphing calculators are true to their name: they can graph out equaitions. Letting the calculator graph out equations is a lot easier than plotting and drawing your own graph, but you do not NEED a graphing calculator. Besides that, their functions are similar to other scientific caculators.
Press your Y = button, press X, press second button and then catalog. Press up button to save time and scroll up to > and press enter. then 4. This, >, symbol may be someplace else, but I do not renumber where and all symbols are in the catalog.
Hit "Y plot" and insert your equation, then hit graph.