Q: When graphing x greater than 5 should the region to the left of 5 be shaded or should the region above the line y --6 be shaded?

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Mass is the independent variable and should be plotted on the x-axis.

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not cavanotria region, it should be cavoatrial region

It is often a good idea. But consider this: it may not have a value on the wrong side of the asymptote. Try graphing y = 1/x.

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No. You should look to the FX-9860GII for a graphing model that has Natural Input AND Natural Output on it's display.

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Usually a graphing calculator should have all the capabilities you expect from a scientific calculator (and more, since it does the graphing). For more details, check the manual of your calculator if you already have one.

To graph inequalities (y is 'less than', 'greater than', 'less than or equal to', or 'greater than or equal to'), turn on the Inequality Graphing app. Do to this, press APPS and choose Inequalz. You should see the 'less than', 'greater than', 'less than or equal to', or 'greater than or equal to' symbols at the bottom of the Y= screen. To change and equals sign to one of those symbols, highlight the equals sign, press ALPHA, and then press the button directly under the sign you want to use (ALPHA TRACE for greater than, for example). To turn of Inequality Graphing, press APPS, choose Inequalz, and then choose Quit Inequal.

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Because all the gas could come out

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Mass is the independent variable and should be plotted on the x-axis.

They are in and should be in the Southwest Region.

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Kelvins are based on absolute zero, which means they have no negative values. This makes it easier to graph because the scale starts at zero and increases only in positive values, without any negative numbers. In contrast, Celsius has negative values which can complicate graphing and interpretation.