Tl-84 Plus CE

Tl-84 Plus CE
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Tl-84 Plus CE
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Quick Start
Keys and Screen Display
The Tl-84 Plus CE is an easy-to-use graphing calculator
that provides function graphing and data plotting as well
as function and data analysis.
~key
accesses the
functions printed
above each key
that are the
same color as
the~ key.
Turning the Tl-84 Plus CE Power On and Off
Press [QNJ to turn the power on; ~ [OFF] to turn it off.
Note: All settings and memory contents are retained by
the Constant Memory™ function.
Using the~ Key
The second function of each key is printed above the key
in the same color as the~ key. Some secondary keys
enter a symbol or a function (such as [,.r]. [SIN-1]). Others
display menus and editors.
• Press ~ [ANGLE] to view the ANGLE menu.
Using the
!ALPHA!
•
keys let you
move the cursor
in 4 directions.
ALPHA! key
accesses the
functions printed
above each key
that are the same
color as the
ALPHA! key.
!CLEAR! key
clears an entry
line or deletes an
answer on the
Home Screen.
Key
Many keys also have a third function . These functions are
printed above the keys in the same color as the !ALPHA!
key. The third functions enter alpha characters, special
symbols, and access SOLVE:
• Press !ALPHA! [T] to enter T.
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Press~ [A-LOCK] to lock the alpha key in the on
position and enter several alpha characters.
Press !ALPHA! [SOLVE] to solve equations entered in the
Solver... command. Solver is found in the !MATH! menu.
Battery Information
The Tl-84 Plus CE graphing calculator comes equipped
with a Li-ion rechargeable battery. Charge the battery for
at least four hours to ensure optimum performance.
To maximize battery life, this graphing calculator is
shipped in Deep Sleep mode. To wake the handheld from
this mode, press~ for at least 4 seconds or apply USB
(computer or wall adapter) or Tl Charging Station CE
power. After waking the handheld, you can turn it on
anytime by pressing~ - To maximize battery life during
extended storage periods, the Deep Sleep mode is
enabled automatically after a period of being in the off
state.
IENTER I key eval!APPS! key
displays a
menu that lists
all installed
applications.
uates an expression, executes an
instruction, or
selects a menu
item .
Screen Display
The Tl-84 Plus CE screen features a status bar to indicate
selected calculator mode settings, a context help line,
and a battery charge status indicator.
Note: Pressing~ G or G repeatedly will darken or
lighten the screen to various brightness levels.
Mode
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Battery indicator
shows the status of
the battery charge.
Quick Start
Keys and Screen Display
The Tl-84 Plus CE is an easy-to-use graphing calculator
that provides function graphing and data plotting as well
as function and data analysis.
~key
accesses the
functions printed
above each key
that are the
same color as
the~ key.
Turning the Tl-84 Plus CE Power On and Off
Press [QNJ to turn the power on; ~ [OFF] to turn it off.
Note: All settings and memory contents are retained by
the Constant Memory™ function.
Using the~ Key
The second function of each key is printed above the key
in the same color as the~ key. Some secondary keys
enter a symbol or a function (such as [,.r]. [SIN-1]). Others
display menus and editors.
• Press ~ [ANGLE] to view the ANGLE menu.
Using the
!ALPHA!
•
keys let you
move the cursor
in 4 directions.
ALPHA! key
accesses the
functions printed
above each key
that are the same
color as the
ALPHA! key.
!CLEAR! key
clears an entry
line or deletes an
answer on the
Home Screen.
Key
Many keys also have a third function . These functions are
printed above the keys in the same color as the !ALPHA!
key. The third functions enter alpha characters, special
symbols, and access SOLVE:
• Press !ALPHA! [T] to enter T.
•
EEJIIJ[IJ
Press~ [A-LOCK] to lock the alpha key in the on
position and enter several alpha characters.
Press !ALPHA! [SOLVE] to solve equations entered in the
Solver... command. Solver is found in the !MATH! menu.
Battery Information
The Tl-84 Plus CE graphing calculator comes equipped
with a Li-ion rechargeable battery. Charge the battery for
at least four hours to ensure optimum performance.
To maximize battery life, this graphing calculator is
shipped in Deep Sleep mode. To wake the handheld from
this mode, press~ for at least 4 seconds or apply USB
(computer or wall adapter) or Tl Charging Station CE
power. After waking the handheld, you can turn it on
anytime by pressing~ - To maximize battery life during
extended storage periods, the Deep Sleep mode is
enabled automatically after a period of being in the off
state.
IENTER I key eval!APPS! key
displays a
menu that lists
all installed
applications.
uates an expression, executes an
instruction, or
selects a menu
item .
Screen Display
The Tl-84 Plus CE screen features a status bar to indicate
selected calculator mode settings, a context help line,
and a battery charge status indicator.
Note: Pressing~ G or G repeatedly will darken or
lighten the screen to various brightness levels.
Mode
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:::::: / '·. :·_·_
-: .\ .I./. ..... :
help
~
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Battery indicator
shows the status of
the battery charge.
Using Mode Settings
Using the Home Screen
Mode settings control how numbers and graphs are
displayed. Settings are retained when you turn off the
calculator.
The Home Screen is the
primary screen of the
Tl-84 Plus CE . You can
enter instructions and
evaluate expressions from
this screen (where the
answers are also
displayed). Return to the
Home Screen from any
other screen, by pressing
•
Press !MODEi to access the mode setting screen.
•
PressG or G to move the cursor to the line, press [8
and GJ to move the cursor to the settings you want,
and press !ENTER! .
Mode settings with default settings highlighted:
Setting
Result
CLASSIC
MATHPRINT
Controls wether inputs/outputs
are displayed as they are in textbooks.
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~[QUIT].
Entering an Expression
Unit of angle measure.
An expression on your Tl-84 Plus CE consists of numbers,
operators, variables, and functions. You can type an
expression using the keypad and then evaluate it to a
single answer.
FUNCTION PARAMETRIC POLAR SEQ
Type of graphing.
1. Press ~ [it]
THICK DOT-THICK THIN DOT-THIN
Resets all Y= line styles.
NORMAL
SCI
ENG
FLOAT 0123456789
SEQUENTIAL
REAL
FULL
Number of decimal places.
DEGREE
RADIAN
SIMUL
a+bi
Numeric notation.
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HORIZONTAL GRAPH-TABLE
Graphs draw in sequence or
simultaneously.
Sets full screen or horizontal or
vertical split-screen modes.
delete
ANSWERS: AUTO
Displays answers in similar format
to input, a decimal, or fraction (as
supported).
STAT WIZARDS: ON
OFF
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LANGUAGE
2. Press IENTER I to see the
answer.
Note: You can change any
expression on your screen by
key, the
using the backspace
Display as a simple fraction/mixed
number.
STAT DIAGNOSTICS: OFF ON
2.
Real, rectangular complex, or
polar complex.
FRACTION TYPE: n/d Un/d
CiEC
0
Determines which information is
displayed in a statistical regression calculation (r, r2, R2).
Displays a syntax entry screen
(wizard) for STAT CALC, DISTR
DISTR, DISTR DRAW, seq( in LIST
OPS and selected rand functions
when ON.
Sets the calculator clock.
Select the language setting. Press
B or G to move off the spinner
to set the new language.
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key, or the insert
~[INS] keys.
Storing a Value
Your graphing calculator allows you to store numerical
values. You can recall them from memory using variable
names.
1. Press 25 !STO•I IALPHAI
[A].
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2. Press !ENTER!.
3. Press 2
0
IALPHAI [A].
4. Press !ENTER!.
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Using Mode Settings
Using the Home Screen
Mode settings control how numbers and graphs are
displayed. Settings are retained when you turn off the
calculator.
The Home Screen is the
primary screen of the
Tl-84 Plus CE . You can
enter instructions and
evaluate expressions from
this screen (where the
answers are also
displayed). Return to the
Home Screen from any
other screen, by pressing
•
Press !MODEi to access the mode setting screen.
•
PressG or G to move the cursor to the line, press [8
and GJ to move the cursor to the settings you want,
and press !ENTER! .
Mode settings with default settings highlighted:
Setting
Result
CLASSIC
MATHPRINT
Controls wether inputs/outputs
are displayed as they are in textbooks.
HORHRL HORT AUTO R[Al RADIAN NP
a
I
~[QUIT].
Entering an Expression
Unit of angle measure.
An expression on your Tl-84 Plus CE consists of numbers,
operators, variables, and functions. You can type an
expression using the keypad and then evaluate it to a
single answer.
FUNCTION PARAMETRIC POLAR SEQ
Type of graphing.
1. Press ~ [it]
THICK DOT-THICK THIN DOT-THIN
Resets all Y= line styles.
NORMAL
SCI
ENG
FLOAT 0123456789
SEQUENTIAL
REAL
FULL
Number of decimal places.
DEGREE
RADIAN
SIMUL
a+bi
Numeric notation.
re " (Si)
HORIZONTAL GRAPH-TABLE
Graphs draw in sequence or
simultaneously.
Sets full screen or horizontal or
vertical split-screen modes.
delete
ANSWERS: AUTO
Displays answers in similar format
to input, a decimal, or fraction (as
supported).
STAT WIZARDS: ON
OFF
SET CLOCK 04/03/14 03:51
LANGUAGE
2. Press IENTER I to see the
answer.
Note: You can change any
expression on your screen by
key, the
using the backspace
Display as a simple fraction/mixed
number.
STAT DIAGNOSTICS: OFF ON
2.
Real, rectangular complex, or
polar complex.
FRACTION TYPE: n/d Un/d
CiEC
0
Determines which information is
displayed in a statistical regression calculation (r, r2, R2).
Displays a syntax entry screen
(wizard) for STAT CALC, DISTR
DISTR, DISTR DRAW, seq( in LIST
OPS and selected rand functions
when ON.
Sets the calculator clock.
Select the language setting. Press
B or G to move off the spinner
to set the new language.
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u2
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GJ
[ill]
key, or the insert
~[INS] keys.
Storing a Value
Your graphing calculator allows you to store numerical
values. You can recall them from memory using variable
names.
1. Press 25 !STO•I IALPHAI
[A].
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2. Press !ENTER!.
3. Press 2
0
IALPHAI [A].
4. Press !ENTER!.
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Using Menus and Using the CATALOG
You can access many functions and instructions on the
Home Screen by selecting from a menu . To select an item :
• Press the number/letter shown to the left of the menu.
- or•
Use the cursor arrows keys G or
menu item and press !ENTER I.
G to highlight a
Graphing Keys and Backgrounds
~ Displays the
Y= Editor, where you can
enter one or more functions or expressions to
graph and change the
graph color and line style.
[M [FORMAT]
Lets
you change the graph
format settings, the grid
and axes color, and the
background image and
color.
!TRACE I Lets you
move the cursor
along the graphed
function using G]
and[:8.
Some menus close automatically. You can also press
1M [OUIT] to exit.
!GRAPH I Displays
the graph you have
defined.
The following example shows how to select from a !MATHI
menu :
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1. Press !math I.
2. Press 4 orE]
G G !entrerl.
3. Press 2 7.
4. Press 0 to move outside
the MathPrint template.
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!ZOOMI Lets you quickly
adjust the window to a
pre-defined setting.
!WINOOWI Lets
you set the viewing
window to produce
the best display of
your graph.
5. Press [I) 5 !entrerl.
Using the CATALOG
CATALOG is an alphabetic list of all functions and
instructions. Some of these items are also available on
keys and menus. To insert an item :
1. Position the cursor where you want to insert the item.
Background Images
2. Press [M [CATALOG].
Pressing [M [FORMAT] lets you change the graph format
settings, including the Background. Various COLORS and
Image Vars can be set as shown below. Background
Image Vars can be created and loaded to the
Tl-84 Plus CE using free Tl Connect™ CE software.
Function colors and line styles are set in the~ editor.
3. Press G or G to move the~ indicator to the function
or instruction.
4. Press !ENTER I. Your selection is pasted on the Home
Screen.
Note: Use Catalog Help for more syntax help when needed. Select
a menu item and press [±]. The built-in Tl-84 Premium CE Catalog
Help syntax editor provides the same functionality as the
Tl -84 Plus Catalog Help App .
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7: randBinC
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Using Menus and Using the CATALOG
You can access many functions and instructions on the
Home Screen by selecting from a menu . To select an item :
• Press the number/letter shown to the left of the menu.
- or•
Use the cursor arrows keys G or
menu item and press !ENTER I.
G to highlight a
Graphing Keys and Backgrounds
~ Displays the
Y= Editor, where you can
enter one or more functions or expressions to
graph and change the
graph color and line style.
[M [FORMAT]
Lets
you change the graph
format settings, the grid
and axes color, and the
background image and
color.
!TRACE I Lets you
move the cursor
along the graphed
function using G]
and[:8.
Some menus close automatically. You can also press
1M [OUIT] to exit.
!GRAPH I Displays
the graph you have
defined.
The following example shows how to select from a !MATHI
menu :
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1. Press !math I.
2. Press 4 orE]
G G !entrerl.
3. Press 2 7.
4. Press 0 to move outside
the MathPrint template.
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!ZOOMI Lets you quickly
adjust the window to a
pre-defined setting.
!WINOOWI Lets
you set the viewing
window to produce
the best display of
your graph.
5. Press [I) 5 !entrerl.
Using the CATALOG
CATALOG is an alphabetic list of all functions and
instructions. Some of these items are also available on
keys and menus. To insert an item :
1. Position the cursor where you want to insert the item.
Background Images
2. Press [M [CATALOG].
Pressing [M [FORMAT] lets you change the graph format
settings, including the Background. Various COLORS and
Image Vars can be set as shown below. Background
Image Vars can be created and loaded to the
Tl-84 Plus CE using free Tl Connect™ CE software.
Function colors and line styles are set in the~ editor.
3. Press G or G to move the~ indicator to the function
or instruction.
4. Press !ENTER I. Your selection is pasted on the Home
Screen.
Note: Use Catalog Help for more syntax help when needed. Select
a menu item and press [±]. The built-in Tl-84 Premium CE Catalog
Help syntax editor provides the same functionality as the
Tl -84 Plus Catalog Help App .
HOlNIIL HOIIJ IIUTO RUL UOlllN r1,
n
MATH NUM CMPLX l:l:lill] FRAC
1: rand
2: nPr
3:nCr
4:!
ra nd Int(
6: randNorm(
7: randBinC
8: randlntNoReP(
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Gra hing a Function
Using Zoom
Use the~ editor to enter a function and display the
graph (press !CLEAR! to clear a line if it is not empty) .
To change the Y1 color
and line style to Magenta/
Dot-Thick:
1. Press~ to select Y1 .
2. Press G] G] !ENTER! to
open the spinner and
[B [B [BG GJ GJ GJ !ENTER!
!ENTER!.
3. Press [B [B1 !ALPHA! [F1]
!ENTER!2 [II !x.T.E>,nj[2)
[±)1.
4. Press to !GRAPH 1.
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Plot2
The Tl-84 Plus CE has pre-defined window settings that
let you quickly adjust the graph window to a predetermined level of magnification and scale. To display
this menu, press the !ZOOM! key:
Plot3
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To obtain the best view of the graph, you may need to
change the boundaries of the window.
2. Move the cursor to
highlight the value you
want to change.
3. Type a value or an
expression. Press !CLEAR!
to clear the old value.
4 . Press~ [OUIT]to leave
the screen.
Note: Xmin, Xmax, Ymin,
Ymax, Xscl, and Ysc/ represent
the X and Y maximums and
minimums and the X and Y
scales.
2: Zoom In
After you position the cursor and press IENTER L
magnifies the graph around the cursor.
3: Zoom Out
After you position the cursor and press IENTER L
displays more of the graph.
4: ZDecimal
Sets the change in X and Y to increments of 0.1
when you use !TRACE L
5: ZSquare
Adjusts [Xmin, Xmax] for the set
[Ymin, Ymax] to square aspect ratio.
6: ZStandard
Sets the standard (default) window variables.
7: ZTrig
Sets the built-in trigonometry window variables.
8: Zlnteger
After you position the cursor and press IENTER L
X and Y trace on integer values.
9: ZoomStat
Sets the values for currently defined statistical
lists.
0: ZoomFit
Adjusts [Ymin, Ymax] to view an entire graph
in the [Xmin, Xmax] setting.
A: ZQuadrantl
Only displays Quadrant 1.
B:-G: ZFrac
Sets the graphing window to support tracing on
fraction values, where possible.
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Setting the Graphing Window
1. Open the editor by
pressing !WINDOW!.
Lets you draw a box (using the cursor pad) to
define the viewing window.
Plot3
5. Press !TRACEjand use the
arrow key to trace
along the curve .
6. Press~ [QUIT] to leave
the screen .
Note: Default settings are
-1 0<x<10 and -10<y<10.
1: ZBox
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Gra hing a Function
Using Zoom
Use the~ editor to enter a function and display the
graph (press !CLEAR! to clear a line if it is not empty) .
To change the Y1 color
and line style to Magenta/
Dot-Thick:
1. Press~ to select Y1 .
2. Press G] G] !ENTER! to
open the spinner and
[B [B [BG GJ GJ GJ !ENTER!
!ENTER!.
3. Press [B [B1 !ALPHA! [F1]
!ENTER!2 [II !x.T.E>,nj[2)
[±)1.
4. Press to !GRAPH 1.
Plott
Plot2
The Tl-84 Plus CE has pre-defined window settings that
let you quickly adjust the graph window to a predetermined level of magnification and scale. To display
this menu, press the !ZOOM! key:
Plot3
Color: i~[;@:la .. M
Line ,
c::s::::::m
Plott
P1ot2
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1,v2=
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a
)(:J
To obtain the best view of the graph, you may need to
change the boundaries of the window.
2. Move the cursor to
highlight the value you
want to change.
3. Type a value or an
expression. Press !CLEAR!
to clear the old value.
4 . Press~ [OUIT]to leave
the screen.
Note: Xmin, Xmax, Ymin,
Ymax, Xscl, and Ysc/ represent
the X and Y maximums and
minimums and the X and Y
scales.
2: Zoom In
After you position the cursor and press IENTER L
magnifies the graph around the cursor.
3: Zoom Out
After you position the cursor and press IENTER L
displays more of the graph.
4: ZDecimal
Sets the change in X and Y to increments of 0.1
when you use !TRACE L
5: ZSquare
Adjusts [Xmin, Xmax] for the set
[Ymin, Ymax] to square aspect ratio.
6: ZStandard
Sets the standard (default) window variables.
7: ZTrig
Sets the built-in trigonometry window variables.
8: Zlnteger
After you position the cursor and press IENTER L
X and Y trace on integer values.
9: ZoomStat
Sets the values for currently defined statistical
lists.
0: ZoomFit
Adjusts [Ymin, Ymax] to view an entire graph
in the [Xmin, Xmax] setting.
A: ZQuadrantl
Only displays Quadrant 1.
B:-G: ZFrac
Sets the graphing window to support tracing on
fraction values, where possible.
l"\Y 3=
,,v
.. =
Setting the Graphing Window
1. Open the editor by
pressing !WINDOW!.
Lets you draw a box (using the cursor pad) to
define the viewing window.
Plot3
5. Press !TRACEjand use the
arrow key to trace
along the curve .
6. Press~ [QUIT] to leave
the screen .
Note: Default settings are
-1 0<x<10 and -10<y<10.
1: ZBox
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Xmin;-10
Xmax=10
Xscl;l
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Entering Data into Lists
You can enter data into lists using the !STO•i key or the
statistical list editor.
Creating l 1 using the !STO•i key
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Q
3
Q 4 @!ill [l].
2. Press !STO•i @!ill [L1]
!ENTER! to store data.
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Note: To enter a fraction,
enter the numerator, !ALPHA!
[F1] !ENTERi, and then the
denominator.
Creating l2 using the statistical list editor
1. Press !STAT! !ENTER! [8.
l'I
2. Press 1 !ALPHA! [F1]
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!ENTERi 2 !ENTERi 6 !ENTERi 7
!ENTER! 8 !ENTERi .
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3. Press @!ill [QUIT] @!ill [L2]
iENTERi.
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Plotting Data
Statistics and Regression
Calculating a linear regression
1. Enter L1 and L2 as given
in the "Entering Data
into Lists" section.
2. Press !STAT! 0
BB G.
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2:2-Var Stats
Selecting the lists you want to plot
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1. Enter L1 and L2 as given
in the "Entering Data
into Lists" section.
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7:QuartRe9
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3. Press !ENTER I.
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Ylist: Lz
B !ENTER I.
(Press !CLEAR Ito return to
the home screen.)
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5:PlotsOn
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Off
[L1]
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Xlist:L1
Ylist:Lz
Mark: Ill + •
Color: M:jllj:Mil~~j
!ENTER I.
5. To enter L2 as the Y list,
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1-Var Stats
2: 2-Var Stats
3:Med-Med
4 : LinRe9Cax+b)
7. To choose a different color,
press B and GJ or 0 until
the preferred color is
displayed.
6: CubicRe9
7: QuartRe9
8:LinRe9Ca+bx)
9J..LnRe9
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Ix=10
Ix'=30
Sx=l. 290994449
ax=l.118033989
n=4
minX=l
01=1. 5
press [Ml [L2] IENTER I.
6. To select + as the
plotting mark, press 0
!ENTER I.
5:QuadRe9
!ENTER I.
l...:.:..: L1
3. To turn Plot1 on, press
a=2. 35
b=-.5
One-variable statistic example:
BB
L2
4 IENTERI to turn off plots.
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2. Press [Ml [L1]
l.t.:.:..:. L1
!ENTER I turns all plots on.
Calculating statistical variables
IENTERI.
L2
2:Plot2 ... 0n
3:Plot3 ...0n
4. To enter L1 as the X Iist,
0
l.t.:.:..:. L1
press [Ml [STAT PLOT]. Press
!ENTER I.
1. Press !STAT!
..
[B'lotl...On
Note: [Ml [STAT PLOT] 5
Freqlist:
Store Re9EQ:
Calculate
4. Press BBB
When statistical data is stored in lists, you can display the
data you have collected in a scatter plot, xyline,
histogram, box plot, or normal probability plot.
n
P1ot2 1'1ot3
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l!st:L1
list:Lz
ark: a 11 ·
olor:Mtl:l•-jj
Displaying plot and trace
Press !ZOOM! 9 !TRACEI to display a scatter plot.
Press [Ml [QUIT] to return to the Home screen .
Plotting Data
Statistics and Regression
Calculating a linear regression
1. Enter L1 and L2 as given
in the "Entering Data
into Lists" section.
2. Press !STAT! 0
BB G.
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1 : 1-Var Stats
2:2-Var Stats
Selecting the lists you want to plot
3 : Med-Med
inRe9Cax+b)
1. Enter L1 and L2 as given
in the "Entering Data
into Lists" section.
S:QuadRe9
6:CubicRe9
7:QuartRe9
8:LinRe9(a+bx)
3. Press !ENTER I.
9J.LnRe9
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2. To view the plots status,
O
lllllm:a#lffli:tl
Xlist:L1
Ylist: Lz
B !ENTER I.
(Press !CLEAR Ito return to
the home screen.)
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~=ax+b
4: PlotsOff
5:PlotsOn
L2
PlotsOff
.............Q.9.t:\.~.
[Ml [STAT PLOT] IENTER I
press
BB[M)
Plott Plot3
Off
[L1]
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Xlist:L1
Ylist:Lz
Mark: Ill + •
Color: M:jllj:Mil~~j
!ENTER I.
5. To enter L2 as the Y list,
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a
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1-Var Stats
2: 2-Var Stats
3:Med-Med
4 : LinRe9Cax+b)
7. To choose a different color,
press B and GJ or 0 until
the preferred color is
displayed.
6: CubicRe9
7: QuartRe9
8:LinRe9Ca+bx)
9J..LnRe9
NORMAL HORT AUTO REAL RADIAN HP
,=2.s
Ix=10
Ix'=30
Sx=l. 290994449
ax=l.118033989
n=4
minX=l
01=1. 5
press [Ml [L2] IENTER I.
6. To select + as the
plotting mark, press 0
!ENTER I.
5:QuadRe9
!ENTER I.
l...:.:..: L1
3. To turn Plot1 on, press
a=2. 35
b=-.5
One-variable statistic example:
BB
L2
4 IENTERI to turn off plots.
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Calculate one- or two-variable statistics from list data.
2. Press [Ml [L1]
l.t.:.:..:. L1
!ENTER I turns all plots on.
Calculating statistical variables
IENTERI.
L2
2:Plot2 ... 0n
3:Plot3 ...0n
4. To enter L1 as the X Iist,
0
l.t.:.:..:. L1
press [Ml [STAT PLOT]. Press
!ENTER I.
1. Press !STAT!
..
[B'lotl...On
Note: [Ml [STAT PLOT] 5
Freqlist:
Store Re9EQ:
Calculate
4. Press BBB
When statistical data is stored in lists, you can display the
data you have collected in a scatter plot, xyline,
histogram, box plot, or normal probability plot.
n
P1ot2 1'1ot3
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l!st:L1
list:Lz
ark: a 11 ·
olor:Mtl:l•-jj
Displaying plot and trace
Press !ZOOM! 9 !TRACEI to display a scatter plot.
Press [Ml [QUIT] to return to the Home screen .
Creating a Matrix on the Home Screen
Grouping Files and Resetting Defaults
Grouping files
Use the matrix to enter values for equations.
1. Press~ [MEM] 8 1 to select Create New on the
GROUP UNGROUP screen .
Creating a matrix
2. Type a group name and presslENTERI.
3. Navigate to the RAM files you want to group and
select each file by moving the cursor to the file and
pressing IENTER I.
4. Press [I) 1 to select Done .
1. Press !ALPHA! [F3] IENTER I.
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Note: Pie and Image Vars are only stored in Archive
memory (not in RAM).
Ungrouping files
1. Press~ [MEM] 8 [I) to select UNGROUP.
2. Move the cursor to the group name that you want to
ungroup and press IENTER! .
2. Press 1 IALPHAI [F1] IENTER I
2(B(B4(BS[B3
IALPHA I [F1] IENTER I 2 [I) [I].
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3. Press 3 to select Overwrite All.
Note: Group files are only stored in Archive memory (not
in RAM).
[! ;]
Resetting Defaults
If your calculator gives you unexpected results or your
settings have changed, you can reset defaults on your
Tl-84 Plus C. Your language setting will be retained.
3. Press 1±) IALPHAI [F3]
a
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IENTER I.
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3. Press 2.
4. Press 7 IALPHAI [F1] IENTER!
2 [I) [B6
1. Press ~ [MEM].
2. Press 7 .
0
3 [I) 7
IALPHAI [F1] IENTER I 2.
5. Press IENTER!.
a
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4. Press 2.
I
4
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Creating a Matrix on the Home Screen
Grouping Files and Resetting Defaults
Grouping files
Use the matrix to enter values for equations.
1. Press~ [MEM] 8 1 to select Create New on the
GROUP UNGROUP screen .
Creating a matrix
2. Type a group name and presslENTERI.
3. Navigate to the RAM files you want to group and
select each file by moving the cursor to the file and
pressing IENTER I.
4. Press [I) 1 to select Done .
1. Press !ALPHA! [F3] IENTER I.
a
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Note: Pie and Image Vars are only stored in Archive
memory (not in RAM).
Ungrouping files
1. Press~ [MEM] 8 [I) to select UNGROUP.
2. Move the cursor to the group name that you want to
ungroup and press IENTER! .
2. Press 1 IALPHAI [F1] IENTER I
2(B(B4(BS[B3
IALPHA I [F1] IENTER I 2 [I) [I].
a
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3. Press 3 to select Overwrite All.
Note: Group files are only stored in Archive memory (not
in RAM).
[! ;]
Resetting Defaults
If your calculator gives you unexpected results or your
settings have changed, you can reset defaults on your
Tl-84 Plus C. Your language setting will be retained.
3. Press 1±) IALPHAI [F3]
a
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IENTER I.
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3. Press 2.
4. Press 7 IALPHAI [F1] IENTER!
2 [I) [B6
1. Press ~ [MEM].
2. Press 7 .
0
3 [I) 7
IALPHAI [F1] IENTER I 2.
5. Press IENTER!.
a
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4. Press 2.
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Installing Apps and Transferring OS
Quick Reference
Installing Applications
Key
With free Tl Connect™ CE software and a USB Computer
Cable (included with your Tl-84 Plus CE), you can link
your graphing calculator to a personal computer and
download free applications.
For more information and to download guidebooks,
Tl Connect™ CE software, applications, and OS updates,
go to: http://education.ti.com/go/download
Running applications
Once you have downloaded an application, press the
!APPSI key to run the applications on your Tl-84 Plus CE
graphing calculator.
Action
Executes an instruction and/or an expression.
Clears the current line. (If the cursor is on a blank line,
clears everything on the Home Screen.)
Changes the cursor to IJ; the next keystroke performs a
2nd operation.
To cancel l1nill, press~ again.
8] or [8
Moves the cursor around within an expression.
and IT) or [8 Moves the cursor to the beginning or end of an
~
expression.
BG
Moves the cursor from line to line.
~[INS]
Inserts additional characters at the cursor. Press the keys
again to end the insertion.
!ALPHA I [A-LOCK]
You can transfer the OS from one Tl-84 Plus CE graphing
calculator to another, using a USB unit-to-unit cable.
Changes the cursor to [ii; sets the alpha-lock; subsequent
keystrokes paste alpha characters.
To cancel !ALPHA I. press !ALPHA I again or press an
arrow key.
Note: The Tl-84 Plus CE calculator will not transfer the OS
to other Tl-84 Plus Family calculators.
Changes the cursor to [ii; the next keystroke pastes an
alpha character.
Transferring the OS from Calculator to
Calculator
Connect the two calculators by firmly inserting the USB
cable ends into the calculators. The USB port is located on
the right side of the calculator.
Deletes the character under the cursor.
!ALPHA I
!ALPHAI
G or
G
!ALPHAI [F1)-{F4]
IALPHAI [F1]
1. On the receiving unit
!ENTER I
2. On the sending unit
Press~ [LINK] G
G
!ENTER I.
Displays the shortcut menus, FRAC, FUNC, MTRX, and
YVARS.
Transfer the OS as follows:
Press~ [LINK] [8 !ENTER I.
Pages up or down to the next screen (on menus).
Pastes the Math Print Fraction template.
~ [ENTRY]
Places your last entry on the current entry line on the
Home Screen .
~[ANS]
Places Ans (a reference to your last answer) on the
current entry line on the Home Screen, allowing you to
use the answer in the next calculation.
Pastes an X in FUNCTION mode, a Tin PARAMETRIC
mode, a 0 in POLAR mode, or an n in SEQ mode with
one keystroke.
Opens the Graph Format screen to select the axes color,
grid format and color, background image or color, display
axes labels, coordinate formats, and expressions.
Note: Although the Tl-84 Plus CE, Tl-84 Plus C, and Tl-84
Plus family of graphing calculators share most files, some
files will not share.
~[FORMAT]
Installing Apps and Transferring OS
Quick Reference
Installing Applications
Key
With free Tl Connect™ CE software and a USB Computer
Cable (included with your Tl-84 Plus CE), you can link
your graphing calculator to a personal computer and
download free applications.
For more information and to download guidebooks,
Tl Connect™ CE software, applications, and OS updates,
go to: http://education.ti.com/go/download
Running applications
Once you have downloaded an application, press the
!APPSI key to run the applications on your Tl-84 Plus CE
graphing calculator.
Action
Executes an instruction and/or an expression.
Clears the current line. (If the cursor is on a blank line,
clears everything on the Home Screen.)
Changes the cursor to IJ; the next keystroke performs a
2nd operation.
To cancel l1nill, press~ again.
8] or [8
Moves the cursor around within an expression.
and IT) or [8 Moves the cursor to the beginning or end of an
~
expression.
BG
Moves the cursor from line to line.
~[INS]
Inserts additional characters at the cursor. Press the keys
again to end the insertion.
!ALPHA I [A-LOCK]
You can transfer the OS from one Tl-84 Plus CE graphing
calculator to another, using a USB unit-to-unit cable.
Changes the cursor to [ii; sets the alpha-lock; subsequent
keystrokes paste alpha characters.
To cancel !ALPHA I. press !ALPHA I again or press an
arrow key.
Note: The Tl-84 Plus CE calculator will not transfer the OS
to other Tl-84 Plus Family calculators.
Changes the cursor to [ii; the next keystroke pastes an
alpha character.
Transferring the OS from Calculator to
Calculator
Connect the two calculators by firmly inserting the USB
cable ends into the calculators. The USB port is located on
the right side of the calculator.
Deletes the character under the cursor.
!ALPHA I
!ALPHAI
G or
G
!ALPHAI [F1)-{F4]
IALPHAI [F1]
1. On the receiving unit
!ENTER I
2. On the sending unit
Press~ [LINK] G
G
!ENTER I.
Displays the shortcut menus, FRAC, FUNC, MTRX, and
YVARS.
Transfer the OS as follows:
Press~ [LINK] [8 !ENTER I.
Pages up or down to the next screen (on menus).
Pastes the Math Print Fraction template.
~ [ENTRY]
Places your last entry on the current entry line on the
Home Screen .
~[ANS]
Places Ans (a reference to your last answer) on the
current entry line on the Home Screen, allowing you to
use the answer in the next calculation.
Pastes an X in FUNCTION mode, a Tin PARAMETRIC
mode, a 0 in POLAR mode, or an n in SEQ mode with
one keystroke.
Opens the Graph Format screen to select the axes color,
grid format and color, background image or color, display
axes labels, coordinate formats, and expressions.
Note: Although the Tl-84 Plus CE, Tl-84 Plus C, and Tl-84
Plus family of graphing calculators share most files, some
files will not share.
~[FORMAT]
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