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posted by Thomas .
Can someone explain how to graph polar coordinates on a TI84 Plus calculatorI can't find the directions anywhere
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If someone could explain how to set up the TI84 P;lus to graph polar coordinates (3,15degrees) then I'll use that as an example. I know it has to be in degrees and then the y= appears but what then??
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