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Unformatted text preview: Input window and hit Enter: r(x,y) := y-x (Note: The colon before the '=' sign is essential!) 2. Execute the DIRECTION_FIELD function by typing the following in the Input window and then hit Enter again: DIRECTION_FIELD(r(x,y),x,-3,3,24,y,-2,2,8) 3. Open a 2D-plot window by clicking on New 2D-plot Window under the W indow pull-down menu. 4. On the Options pull-down menu, select Display . Click on the "Points" tab. Select Connect = "Yes" and Size = "Small". Click on "OK". Go back to the "Options" pull-down menu. Deselect "Change Plot Colors" <default>. This will automatically exit you from the menu. Go back to the "Options" pull-down menu again. Select "Approximate Before Plotting". NOW, you're ready to plot. 5. To generate the plot use the Insert > Plot command while in the 2D-plot window. 6. If you did everything right, you should get a picture that looks like the following:...
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