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Bless you! Thank you for this and for the quickness of your response. Rachel x]]>Thu, 23 Sep 2010 14:48:52 +0000https://forum.padowan.dk/viewtopic.php?pid=531#p531<![CDATA[Re: Value(s) of x when y is zero]]>
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Select Calc|Evaluate in the menu and choose x-axis as Snap to. Now to you can click in the graphing area to find the nearest crossing with the x-axis.]]>Thu, 23 Sep 2010 12:12:17 +0000https://forum.padowan.dk/viewtopic.php?pid=530#p530<![CDATA[Value(s) of x when y is zero]]>
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Hi, please help me if you can - or point me in the right direction... is there a way that I can display or find out the value of x when y is zero, in order to solve equations? I've used the area feature of Graph to home in on the correct figure, up to where the curve cuts the x-axis. Is there a way that Graph can tell me what the figure/s is/are? If I have missed something (in the manual, for example) please forgive me! Thank you - Rachel.]]>Thu, 23 Sep 2010 10:49:18 +0000https://forum.padowan.dk/viewtopic.php?pid=529#p529