Casio FX-CG50 drawing tan,sin,cos graphs

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ahmadsadiq
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Hey so basically I've got this Casio FX-CG50 does anyone know how to draw a graph with the x-axis being up to 360 and the y-axis going up by like 1, this is so I can draw sin, cos, tan graphs.
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Menu
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Type in the graph e.g sin x
Shift menu (set up) make sure it’s in degrees not radians by scrolling down to where it says angle
Exit
F6 (draw)
F3 (V-window)
X min -360
X max 360
Y min -1
Y Max 1
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(Original post by Sophhhowa)
Menu
5
Type in the graph e.g sin x
Shift menu (set up) make sure it’s in degrees not radians by scrolling down to where it says angle
Exit
F6 (draw)
F3 (V-window)
X min -360
X max 360
Y min -1
Y Max 1
have my kids
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the bear
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these common functions also have built in graphs where it is all set up:

go to SKETCH

and select

y=

sin
or
cos
or
tan

EXE

*PS no kids thanks
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