# Multi-statement Functions; Chapter 5 : Graphs; Built-in Function Graphs; User-generated Graphs - HP 9g - Graphing Calculator User Manual

Graphing calculator.

1.
Position your cursor where you want the constant inserted.
2.
Press [ 2nd ] [ CONST ] to display the physics constants menu.
3.
Scroll through the menu until the constant you want is underlined.
4.
Press [

## Multi-statement functions

Multi-statement functions are formed by connecting a number of individual
statements for sequential execution. You can use multi-statements in manual
calculations and in the program calculations.
When execution reaches the end of a statement that is followed by the
display result command symbol (
that point appears on the display. You can resume execution by pressing
[
]. See Example 35.

### Built-in Function Graphs

You can produce graphs of the following functions: sin, cos, tan, sin
tan
, sinh, cosh, tanh, sinh
-1
, e
, x
.
x
x
–1
When you generate a built-in graph, any previously generated graph is
cleared. The display range is automatically set to the optimum. See Example
36.

### User-generated Graphs

You can also specify your own single-variable functions to graph (for
example, y = x
3
must set the display range when creating a user generated graph.
Press the [ Range ] key to access the
range parameters for each axis:
minimum value, maximum value, and
scale (that is, the distance between
the tick marks along an axis).
]. (See Example 34.)
, cosh
-1
+ 3x
2
– 6x – 8). Unlike built-in functions (see above), you
), execution stops and the result up to
, tanh
,
,
-1
-1
E-19
-1
, cos
, x
, x
, log, ln, 10
2
3
-1
,