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AP CALCULUS. TI-89 1. INTRODUCTION TO THE TI-89. OVERVIEW AND EXAMPLES. KEYBOARD. [2 nd ] Key [ <>] Key [alpha] Key Lighten /Darken Edit keys and [Clear] [Catalog]. HOME SCREEN. Menu Bar / Function Keys [F1] Tools #A Operating System Version 2.09

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TI-89 1

### INTRODUCTION TO THE TI-89

OVERVIEW

AND

EXAMPLES

• [2nd ] Key

• [ <>] Key

• [alpha] Key

• Lighten /Darken

• Edit keys

• and [Clear]

• [Catalog]

• Menu Bar / Function Keys

• [F1] Tools

• #A Operating System Version 2.09

• #8 Clear Home

• [F2] Algebra

• [F3] Calculus

• [MODE]

• Function, Decimals Display, Angle, Pretty Print, etc.

• [CATALOG]

• [<>] Function Keys Gives a NEW MENUS.

• [<>] Y = [<>] Graph [F5] Math

SCREENS

Type in

[ENTER]

• Powers

• Multiplication

SORRY ! I meant

[ENTER]

Insert/Overstrike

[2nd]

Edit to:

Clears one digit in front

[CLEAR] Clears everything after

Second time clears everything in front

Clear the ENTRY LINE.

Go up into the History Window and highlight

[ENTER] to copy it to the Entry line:

[2nd] Moves to the front of the line. [2nd] to the end

REM: Mixed Numbers: Roots:

• Ex. 1

• and

• Pretty Print

• - Exact

• - Approximate

• Variables

• Parentheses

“with” or “such that”

(temporarily assigns a value to a variable)

Edit to:

edit to

“and” may be entered from the catalog

or TYPED IN (include spaces)

[MODE]: Change Complex Format: to RECTANGULAR

Operations:

Equation : Step by Step

4(x -7) + 3 = 6 - (x +2)

08/08/10