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Graphing Methods; Plot View: P; Plot Setup View: Sp; Numeric View: N - HP Prime Graphing Calculator Quick Start Manual

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Plot view:
Displays a graphical
representation of
the objects
selected in
Symbolic view. The
include graphs of
statistical plots,
and confidence
intervals. Tap to
trace, swipe to scroll, or pinch to zoom in or out.
Numeric view:
This view displays a
table of evaluations.
It also enables you
to enter specific
values to be
evaluated. In most
apps, this view
evaluates according
to the definitions
specified in the
Symbolic view. It
serves a different
purpose in other
apps, such as the Statistics, Spreadsheet, and Geometry

Graphing methods

The HP Prime calculator gives you the option of choosing one of three graphing methods. These methods determine the
fineness of the plot:
• Adaptive—This gives very accurate results and is used by default.
• Fixed-step segments—This method samples x-values, computes their corresponding y-values, and then plots and
connects the points.
• Fixed-step dots—This works like fixed-step segments method but does not connect the points.
You can change the current graphing method on page 2 of the Plot Setup view.
Quick Start Guide
Plot Setup view:
This view enables you to
specify the range of
values displayed in Plot
view. (Note that zooming
and panning will override
any range settings.) It
also enables you to set
the appearance of Plot
view (such as whether
axes are displayed, the
spacing of tickmarks, and
the fineness of the plot).
Numeric Setup view:
This view enables you
to set the appearance
of the Numeric view
(such as the starting
number, increment, and
type of table: automatic
or build-your-own).
makes the settings in
Numeric view match
those that currently
apply in the Plot view.


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