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What's the calculator doing? (Posted on 2019-03-06) Difficulty: 3 of 5
If I plot Y=sin(95X) on my TI-84 plus silver edition with window settings Xmin=0, Xmax=2π, the graph looks exactly like the regular sine function Y=sin(X).

If you graph the same thing on a TI-84 plus CE calculator however, they do not look the same. Instead you have to make a graph of Y=sin(133X).

What are these calculators doing? What difference between the calculators does this reveal?

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Another grapher same issue.Jer2019-03-07 15:28:30
SolutionsolutionCharlie2019-03-06 15:26:51
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