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The backup battery is already installed, and the AAA batteries are provided with the produNote: If your calculator initializes the preinstalled Apps, a progress bar will appear with the message “Installation in progress... Do not interrupt!” instE View time and date. I Press ? to open highlighted App. I Scroll down to view additional Apps. I Check status line information.The next time you turn on the calculator, the Apps desktop appears with the same settings and memory contents retained. (If you turned off the Apps desktop, the calculator Home screen appears.) You can use eIf a program isI Numeric keypad performs math and scientific functions. I Modifier keys (2, 8, 7) add features by increasing the number of key commands. Ent Ent Ent Ente e e ering spec ring spec ring spec ring specia ia ia ial c l c l c l ch h h har ar ar aracte acte acte acter r r rs s s s Use the CHAR (Character) menu and key commands to enter special characterPress N to close the map. Example: Use the keyboard map to find the “not equal to” symbol (?) shortcut and enter the symbol in the Program Editor. Press Result 8” ?A Symbol displayed at cursor location.To access a modifier function, press a modifier key and then press the key for the corresponding operation. Keys Description Accesses Apps, menu options, and other 2 operations. Second functions are printed above (Second) their corresponding keys in the same color as the 2 key. Accesses Apps, menu options, and other 8 operations. O With the Apps desktop off, 8 O displays the FLASH APPLICATIONS menu. Switches between the last two 2a chosen Apps. Turns the custom menu on and off. 2? Converts measurement units. 24 Designates a measurement uD Press B and then press D until 3:Espanol is highlighted. Our payment security system encrypts your information during transmission. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Used: Very GoodSatisfaction guaranteed!Please try again.

Please try again.Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Register a free business account To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Please try again later. Quark Master 3.0 out of 5 stars I checked each step numerous times and always failed to avoid the error message, which does not allow me to proceed any farther. It largely for these calculus operations and learning them that have the book and the calculator.This is an amazing calculator and I've used it a little two years ago. I think the manual is pretty extensive I've browsed through it and I read in an review that there is some programming in it and that's why I bought it and need it. If I remember I'll edit this and confirm if there is. All in all great calculator and I look forward using it more. EDIT: I am so disappointed, the user manual on the picture is the manual I got with my calculator, but I received a different book, it's a getting started guide and it has only one page about programming. The Guidebook that you can download for free on TI's website has much more about programming and probably has all the information in this getting started guide.Exactly what I was looking for without the EBay hassle.Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1 In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading.

Graphing CalculatorTexas Instruments makes no warranty, either express or implied, including but not limitedCaution: Any changes or modifications to this equipment not. Page 4: Getting Started Getting Started. Initial start-up. Installing the AAA Batteries. The TI-89 Titanium uses four AAA alkaline batteries and a backup silver. Page 5 Turning on your TI-89 Titanium for the first time. To return to the Apps desktop at any time, press O. The last category selected. Page 9 TI-89 Titanium keysApps.Press N to close theExample: Use the keyboard. Page 13 Modifier keys. Modifier keys add features by increasing the number of keyboard operations at yourFunction keys. Use the. Page 15 To enter a number in scientific notation:Page 16 Key Command DescriptionPage 19 Press Result. Changing mode settings. Example: Change the Language mode setting to Spanish (Espanol).Page 21 Press ResultTo return the. Page 22 Note: Typing a letter takes you to the first command in the list starting with the sameNote: Before selecting a command, position the cursor. Page 24 SelectedTo exit the Catalog without selecting a command, press. Page 25 E EPage 26 About the history areaPage 29 Option Description. New Creates a new file with the name typed in the field. Select an option, enter any required. Page 30 Press ResultGetting. Page 31 Returning to the Apps desktop from within an App. Press O. The icons for the last Apps category selected appear. Page 32 Key DescriptionGraphing is the default. Science is the default. Page 33 Customizing the Apps categories. The TI-89 Titanium organizes your Apps into seven categories, six of which you canCellSheet? and Finance App shortcuts.Your TI-89 Titanium lets you split the screen to view. Page 37 Top-bottom split screen. To return to the Apps desktop, press O. The split-screen status appears at the top of. Page 38 More information is available about using split screens. (For more information, see theChecking status information.

Page 39 Indicator MeaningPage 40 Press ResultTo. Page 41 The clock is turned on by default. If you turn off the clock, all Clock dialog box optionsThe date isTurning off the clock. From the Apps desktop, open the CLOCK dialog. Page 48 Press ResultTo turn on the clock, repeat. Page 49 Using menus. To select most TI-89 Titanium menus, press the function keys corresponding to thePage 50 Press To display. O APPLICATIONS menu. Lists the installed Apps.A small arrow symbol (u) to the right of a menu option indicates that selecting the option. Page 53 Press ResultPage 55 Note: Pressing the 8 S key shortcut also opens the SAVE COPY AS dialog box in most. Apps. Canceling a. Page 56 The custom menu replaces the standard toolbar menu on the calculator Home screen.Page 57 Note: Restoring the default custom menu erases the previous custom menu. If youIf you turn off the Apps desktop, use. Page 59 Press ResultUsing. Page 60 Example: Set split-screen mode to TOP-BOTTOM.After you select either TOP-BOTTOM or LEFT-RIGHT split-screen. Page 62 Mode Description. Split 2 App Lets you specify the App displayed in the bottom orPage 63 Press ResultUsing the TI-89 Titanium connectivity features, you can download Apps from:Page 67 Deleting an Application. Deleting an application removes it from the TI-89 Titanium and increases space for otherBatteries. The TI-89 Titanium uses four AAA alkaline batteries. Page 70 You can also transfer the OS to another TI-89 Titanium using a USB unit-to-unit cable. IfThe cover should snap into place. Replacing the AAA (alkaline) batteries. As. Page 72 Replacing the backup (silver oxide) batteryPage 73: Previews Previews. Performing Computations. This section provides several examples for you to perform from the Calculator HomePage 74 Finding the Factorial of Numbers. Steps and keystrokes Display. Compute the factorial of several numbers toSteps and keystrokes Display. Compute the factors of the rational numberPage 76 Expanding Expressions.

Expand the expression (xN5) 3. You can enterPage 77 Factoring Polynomials. Factor the polynomial (x 2N5) with respect to x. You can enter “factor” on. Page 78 Solving Equations with a Domain Constraint. Steps and keystrokes DisplaySteps and keystrokes DisplayThis. Page 80 Finding the Integral of Functions. This example. Page 81 Log to Any Base. Find log (x,b). You can enter “log” on the entryPage 83 equation, and solve for the value of y. Then substitute the y value back into the firstConvert the result fromSteps. Page 86 Steps and keystrokes DisplayThen store thePage 92 Basic Function Graphing III. Use the “Detect Discontinuities” graph format to eliminate faux asymptotes andPage 93 Steps and keystrokes DisplayPage 94 Parametric Graphing. Graph the parametric equations describing the path of a ball kicked at an angle (q) of 60?Page 98 Steps and keystrokes DisplayAnimate the graph by using the cursor. Page 102 Steps and keystrokes DisplayPage 103 Steps and keystrokes DisplayPage 105 Note: You can also display the graph as an implicit plot by using the GRAPH FORMATSPage 112 Steps and keystrokes DisplayPage 115 Steps and keystrokes DisplayThen add a secondPage 119 Statistics and Data Plots. Based on a sample of seven cities, enter data that relates population to the number of. Page 120 Steps and keystrokes DisplayPage 122 Steps and keystrokes DisplayPage 123 Steps and keystrokes DisplayFor y1(x), thePage 128 Programming. Write a program that prompts the user to enter an integer, sums all integers from 1 to thePage 130 Steps and keystrokes DisplayPage 131 Steps and keystrokes DisplayPage 135 Steps and keystrokes DisplayPage 136 Number BasesPage 139 variables are locked automatically.) Finally, unarchive the variable and delete the unusedPage 140 Steps and keystrokes DisplayPage 141 Archiving a variable. Steps and keystrokes DisplaySteps and keystrokes DisplayPage 144 Steps and keystrokes DisplayTurning the Calculator On and Off.

You can turn your graphing calculator on and off manually by. Page 146 Turning the Calculator Off. You can use either of the following keys to turn off your graphing calculator. Press: Description. Page 147 APD does not occur if a calculation or program is in progress, unless the program isAs the batteries get low, the display begins to dim (especially during calculations) andPage 150 Modifier Keys. Modifier Keys. Modifier DescriptionPage 152 Key DescriptionPage 153 Key DescriptionPage 157 module. For example, it is important to know that functions such as x2 are evaluatedUse c and. Page 158 2. Press:Page 159 Definitions. Expression Consists of numbers, variables, operators, functions, andImplied Multiplication. The graphing. Page 161 Entering an Expression. Type the expression, and then press.Press DisplayTo enter more than one expression or EPress DisplayExponents, roots, fractions, etc., are displayed in the samePage 169 Note: To retain an EXACT form, use fractions instead of decimals.The following. Page 170 Internally, the calculator calculates and retains all decimal results with up to 14Page 171 Setting Example Description. NORMAL 12345.6 If a result cannot be displayed in theAfter you press ? to evaluate an expression, the calculator leaves that expression. Page 173 Deleting a Character. To delete: Press. The character to the left of 0 Hold 0 to delete multipleThe calculator has both an insert and an overtype mode. By default, the calculator is. Page 175 To highlight multiple characters:Displaying a Menu. Press: To display. Page 177 Selecting an Item from a Menu. To select an item from the displayed menu, either. Page 178 Because of limitedTitanium overlapsIf you select a menu item containing “.” (ellipsis marks), a dialog box. Page 180 Moving from One Toolbar Menu to Another. To move from one toolbar menu to another without making a selection, either. Page 181 Selecting an Application.

The graphing calculator has different applications that let you solve and explore a varietyTable Display a table of variable values that correspond toPage 183 The most common dialog box lists these options for the application. Option Description. Current Returns the screen displayed when you. Page 184 From the Keyboard. Operating the Calculator 184On the TI-89 TitaniumPage 188 Mode Description. Exponential Notation used to display results: NORMAL, SCIENTIFIC. Format or ENGINEERING. Complex Format used to display complex results. Page 189 Mode Description. Unit System Lets you select from three systems of measurement toPage 190 Menu Item DescriptionE ? Help displays a command’s parameters in a dialog box.Note: For details about. Page 195 Selecting a Flash Application Function. A Flash application may contain one or more functions. When you select a function, its. Page 196 Selecting a User-Defined Function or ProgramPreassignedPage 199 DataTypes Examples. MatricesFunctions myfunc(arg). Page 200 Displaying a VariableIf the variable is undefined, the variable name is. Page 201 Recalling a Variable’s Value. In some cases, you may want to use a variable’s actual value in an expression instead. I Graph Number. I Graph ModeIndicator Meaning. Page 203 Indicator Meaning. Angle Mode Shows the units in which angle values are interpretedPage 204 Indicator Meaning. Battery Displayed only when the batteries are getting low. IfPage 205: Calculator Home Screen Calculator Home Screen. Calculator Home Screen. The calculator Home screen is the starting point for math operations, including executingThe following example contains previously entered data and describes the main parts ofResult of your last entry. Note that results are not displayed on the entry line. Note: 8. Page 208 History AreaPage 209 To: Do this. Return the cursor to the Press N, or press D until the cursor isTo: Do this. Change the number of Press.

Example: Copying and PastingPage 217 Reusing a Previous Entry or the Last Answer. You can reuse a previous entry by reexecuting the entry “as is”. Page 218 TI-89 Titanium DisplayUsing the. Page 219 TI-89 Titanium DisplayPage 220 If the entry line contains the lastPage 221 Auto-Pasting an Entry or Answer from the History. Area. You can select any entry or answer from the history area. Page 222 Auto-Pasting an Entry or AnswerPage 223 Creating and Evaluating User-Defined Functions. User-defined functions can be a great time-saver when you need to repeat the sameYou can also create a user-defined function whose definition consists of multiple. I Sums the reciprocals. I Returns the. Page 227 Evaluating a Function. You can use a user-defined function just asEvaluate it byDisplay the definition From the VAR-LINK screen, highlight the functionPage 229 If an Entry or Answer Is “Too Long”. Move the cursor into the history area, and highlight the entry or. Page 230 For example. Note: This example uses the seq function to generate a sequential list of integers from 1When you turn on the custom menu, it replaces the normal toolbar menu. Page 232 Menu Function. International Commonly accented characters such as e, e,and e. Tool ClrHome, NewProb, and CustmOff. In some situations, you may need to find out information about your TI-89. Page 234 The About screen displays the following information about your calculator. Using Undefined or Defined Variables. When performing algebraic or calculus operations, it is important that you understandUse the getType function. If defined, the variable’sNote: Use. Page 238 Deleting a Defined Variable. You can “undefine” a defined variable by deleting it. To delete: Do this. One or more. Page 239 To delete: Do this:Page 243 converting any rational operands to floating-point. In other words, floating-point isWhen you type an expression on the entry line and press ?, the TI-89 TitaniumProducts and sums involving undefined variables are.

Page 247 Delayed Simplification for Certain Built-In Functions. Usually, variables are automatically simplified to their lowest possible level before theyFor example:. Page 249 Substituting Values and Setting Constraints. Page 250 Substituting for a Simple Expression. For every occurrence of a simple expression,Caution: After x is defined, it can affect all calculations that involve x (until. Page 256 Note: For a complete description of each function and its syntax, refer to the Technical. Reference module. Menu Item Description. Page 257 Menu Item Description. Trig Displays the submenu:Note: The left and right functions. Page 259 Factoring and Expanding PolynomialsPage 260 Finding Partial ExpansionsPage 262 Method Example. Use the simult function with a Enter the coefficients as a matrix andUse the expression xPage 267 Note: The d symbol for differentiate is a special symbol. It is not the same as typing theFinding a Limit. Use the. Page 269 Finding a Taylor PolynomialRefer to:Special Constants Used. This notation indicates an “arbitrary integer” A solution is at everyThis notation indicates an “arbitrary constant”When an arbitrary constant occurs multipleThis indicates that the result is undefined. Mathematically undefined. Non-unique limit. Symbolic Manipulation 278Entering Constants or Units. You can use a menu to select from a list of available. Page 280 4. To select the highlighted (default) unit,You may need to combine two or more units from different categories. For example, suppose you want. Page 282 Using Parentheses with Units in a Calculation. In a calculation, you may need to use parentheses ( ) to group. Page 283 Converting from One Unit to Another. You can convert from one unit to another in the same category, including any. Page 284 If you want to convert to a unit other than the default, use the 4 conversion operator.

Page 285 If an expression uses a combination of units, you can specify a conversion for some ofTo convert a temperature value, you must use tmpCnv( ) instead of the 4 operator. To convert a temperature range (the difference between two temperature values), useThe naming rules for units are similar to variables.For example, to define a dekameter unit. To define an acceleration. Page 293 List of Pre-Defined Constants and Units. This section lists the pre-defined constants and units by category. You can select any. Page 294 Description ValuePage 296 Volume. Page 297 AccelerationTemperaturePage 299 Pressure. Page 300 Electric Current. Charge. Potential. Mag Field Strength. Mag. Page 302: Basic Function Graphing Basic Function Graphing. Overview of Steps in Graphing Functions. To graph one or more y(x) functions, use the general steps. Page 303 4. Set the display style for a function.Setting the Graph Mode. Before graphing. Page 305 Graph Mode Setting Description. POLAR r(q) polar equations. SEQUENCE u(n) sequencesDIFFERENTIAL EQUATION y'(t) differential equations. Page 306 the current graphing mode. For example, in POLAR graphing mode, function names areDefining a New Function. Page 307 The function list now shows the new function, which is automatically selected forNote: If you accidentally move the. Page 308 Clearing a Function. To erase: Do this. A function from the function Highlight the function and. Page 309 From the Home Screen or a Program. You can also define and evaluate a function from the Home screen or. Page 310 Selected If PLOT numbers areDeselected In this example, Plots 1 and 2Style Description. Line Connects plotted points with a line. This is. Page 313 From the Home Screen or a Program. You can also set a function’s style from the Home screen or a. Page 314 Variable DescriptionPage 315 From the Home Screen or a Program. You can also store values directly to the Window variables from the Home. Page 316 Format Description.

Graph Order Graphs functions one at a time (SEQ) or all at the sameDisplaying Coordinates with the Free-Moving Cursor. To display the coordinates of any location on. Page 320 To move the free-moving cursor: Press. In increments of 10 pixels 2 and then a cursor pad arrow. Note: To. Page 321 Tracing a Function. Trace. Page 322 To move the trace cursor: Do this. To a specified x value on the function Type the x value and. Page 323 Moving from Function to Function. Press C or D to move to the previous or next selected function at the. Page 324 Using QuickCenter. If you trace a function off the top or bottom of the viewing window, you can press ?. Page 325 Using Zooms to Explore a Graph. Page 326 Zoom Tool Description. ZoomStd Sets Window variables to their default values.Page 330 Select: To:Page 332 Math Tool Description. Shade Depends on the number of functions graphed.Finding a. Page 334 5. Press ?. A 4 at the top of the screen marks the lower bound.Page 337 Finding an Arc LengthPage 340: Polar Graphing Polar Graphing. Overview of Steps in Graphing Polar Equations. To graph polar equations, use the same general steps used for. Page 341 4. Set the display style for an equation. YouPage 344 Variable DescriptionPolar equations are evaluatedOverview of Steps in Graphing Parametric. Equations. To graph parametric equations, use the same general steps used for. Page 348 4. Set the display style for an equation. YouPage 351 Selecting the Display Style. You can set the style for either the x or y component. For example, if you. Page 352 Variable DescriptionStandard values (set when you select. Page 353 Tool For Parametric Graphs:Overview of Steps in Graphing SequencesPage 356 Differences in Sequence and Function Graphing. This module assumes that you already know how to graph y(x) functions as described. Page 357 If a sequence requires an initial value but you do not enter one, you will get an errorWith TIME and WEB axes, the TI-89 Titanium graphs only the selected sequences.

IfPage 359 Window Variables. The Window Editor maintains an independent set of Window variables for each GraphPage 363 During a trace, you can evaluate a sequence by typing a value for n and pressing. You can use. Page 364 Item DescriptionNote: The web. Page 367 6. On the Window Editor, change the Window variables.Using the predator-prey model in biology, determine the numbers of rabbits and foxes. Page 373 Using a Sequence to Generate a Table. Previous sections described how to graph a sequence.Overview of Steps in Graphing 3D Equations. To graph 3D equations, use the same general steps used for. Page 376 5. Change the graph format if necessary.Page 377 Differences in 3D and Function Graphing. This module assumes that you already know how to graph y(x) functions as described.Page 380 Note: If you enter a fractional number for xgrid or ygrid, it is rounded to the nearest whole. Tool For 3D Graphs. Free-Moving The free-moving cursor is not available. Cursor. This tool displaysUse the cursorThe viewing angle has three components: ZPage 388 Effect of Changing eyeqThe view on the Graph screen is always oriented along the viewing angle. From. Page 389 Effect of Changing eyefBy changing eyef, you can elevate your viewing angle above the xy plane. If. Page 390 Note: During rotation, the axes expand or contract to fit the screen’s width and height. This causes some distortion as. Page 391 As the z axis rotates 90?, its range (L10 to 10 in this example) expands to almost twice itsAnimating the Graph. To: Do this:Examples of Style Settings. Note:. Page 396 Optical illusions may be more noticeable with box axes. For example, it may not bePage 397 Selecting the Graph Format Style. In 3D graphing mode, define an equation and graph it as you would any 3D. Page 398 format as it does if you use:If a contour graph is currently displayed, you.

Page 401 Drawing Contours for Specified Z ValuesPage 404 Notes:Page 405 By using implicit plots in 3D graphing mode, you can graph these implicit forms withoutPage 407 Note: These examples use the same x, y, and z Window variable values as a ZoomStdPage 410: Differential Equation Graphing Differential Equation Graphing. Overview of Steps in Graphing Differential. To graph differential equations, use the same general steps used. Page 411 4. Set the display style for a function.Solution MethodDifferences in Diff Equations and Function Graphing. This module assumes that you already. Page 413 Note: You can use the Define command from the Home screen to define functions andWhen entering equations in. Page 414 Selecting the Display Style. With the Style menu, only the Line, Dot, Square, Thick, Animate, and Path styles areFields Specifies whether to draw a field for the differentialPage 416 Axes Description. TIME Plots t on the x axis and y (the solutions to the selectedPage 417 Variable DescriptionIf this is not a tstep increment, plottingPage 418 Variable DescriptionPage 421 Setting the Initial Conditions. If you do not enter initial conditions, the. Page 423 Selecting an Initial Condition Interactively from the Graph Screen. When a differential equation is graphed (regardless of whether a solution.Page 425 Defining a System for Higher-Order EquationsPage 430 To examine this harmonic oscillator in more detail, use a split screen to graph thePage 432 ExamplePage 435 Item DescriptionUse the two coupled 1st-order differential equations:Page 443 15. The exact solution to the differentialEnter it as y1.For a general solution, use the following syntax. For a particular solution, refer to the. Technical Reference module.Page 446 Before using deSolve( ), clear any existing t and y variables. Otherwise, an error occurs.You can also use. Page 448 If the equation is: Valid Fields settings are:In the Enter a valid system of two 1st-order equations. For.

Page 451 In the Graph If the direction field is drawn but no curve is plotted, enterPage 452 With custom If X Axis is not t, you must enter at least one initial conditionPage 453 Differential Equation Graphing 453Overview of Steps in Generating a Table. To generate a table of values for one or more functions, use. Page 455 5. Display the table (8 '). Exploring the Table. From the Table screen, you can. Page 456 Displaying the TABLE SETUP Dialog Box. From the Table screen. Page 457 Setup Parameter Description. Independent AUTO — The TI-89 Titanium automatically generates aRefer to thePage 460 First column shows values of Other columns show correspondingCell width determines the maximum number of digits and symbols (decimal point, minusA cell shows as much as possible of a complex number (according to the current. Page 464 4. Press ? to save the edited function and update the table. The edited function isIf you first. Page 466 Enter values in anyNote: In. Page 467 Adding, Deleting, or Clearing. To: Do this. Insert a new row Highlight a cell in the specified row andCollecting Data Points from a Graph. From the Graph screen, you can store sets of coordinate values.If you have an expression on the Home screen, you can. Page 473 Method DescriptionPage 474 If the expression is in Use the Graph commandA non-native independent Graph.For three or more pieces, it may be easier to create a multi-Using the. Page 477 Note: To enter when, type it or use the CATALOG. When: Use expression:When: Use expression:Note: Enclose list elements in braces. Simultaneous Graphs with Lists. Page 482 Using the Two-Graph Mode. In two-graph mode, the calculator’s graph-related features are duplicated, giving you twoDrawing a Function or. Page 488 2. On the Graph screen, press: 2 ?Page 490 From the Graph screen:Note: You can. Page 491 Drawing a Point or a Freehand Line. From the Graph screen:From the Graph screen:The cursor is. Page 493 2. Move the cursor to the 1st point, and press ?.

From the Graph screen:A horizontal. Page 495 2. As necessary, use D and C to select the applicable function.Page 496 Typing Text Labels. From the Graph screen:Page 497 Saving and Opening a Picture of a Graph. You can save an image of the current Graph screen in a. Page 498 Saving a Portion of the Graph Screen. You can define a rectangular box that encloses only the portion of the. Page 499 Opening a Graph Picture. When you open a graph picture, it is superimposed over the current Graph screen. ToUnwanted Picture variables take up calculator memory. To delete a variable, use thePage 502 Technical Reference module. For information about using the Program Editor, refer to. Programming. Program Listing Every Other Graph fromNote: Due to its complexity, this program takes several minutes to run. After entering. Page 504 A graph database does not include drawn objects or stat plots. Note: In two-graph mode, the elements for both graphs.Setting and Exiting the Split Screen Mode. To set up a split screen, use the MODE dialog box.Page 508 Other Modes that Affect a Split Screen. Mode Description. Number of Graphs Lets you set up and display two.