 •TI89 Shortcut Keys
 •TI92 Plus Shortcut Keys
 •Table of Contents
 •Flash Applications
 •Applications
 •Hardware Setup for the Computer
 •Backing up a Flash Application
 •Keystroke Differences
 •Upgradability with Flash ROM
 •Custom Menu
 •Getting the TI89 Ready to Use
 •Getting the TI92 Plus Ready to Use
 •Setting the Contrast and Selecting a Language
 •Turning the Unit on and Adjusting the Display Contrast
 •Performing Computations
 •Graphing a Function
 •Batteries
 •Setting the Display Contrast
 •When to Replace Batteries
 •The TI89 Keyboard
 •Moving the Cursor
 •The TI92 Plus Keyboard
 •Keyboard Areas
 •Cursor Pad
 •Modifier Keys
 •Modifier Keys
 •Entering Alphabetic Characters
 •Entering a Letter Character on the TI89
 •Home Screen
 •History Area
 •Scrolling through the History Area
 •History Information on the Status Line
 •Entering Numbers
 •Entering Expressions and Instructions
 •Definitions
 •Parentheses
 •Entering Multiple Expressions on a Line
 •If an Entry or Answer Is Too Long for One Line
 •Formats of Displayed Results
 •Pretty Print Mode
 •Exact/Approx Mode
 •Display Digits Mode
 •Editing an Expression in the Entry Line
 •Removing the Highlight from the Previous Entry
 •Moving the Cursor
 •Deleting a Character
 •Replacing or Deleting Multiple Characters
 •Menus
 •Displaying a Menu
 •Selecting an Item from a Menu
 •Canceling a Menu
 •Moving from One Toolbar Menu to Another
 •Using the Custom Menu
 •Selecting an Application
 •From the Keyboard
 •Setting Modes
 •Using the Clean Up Menu to Start a New Problem
 •Using the Catalog Dialog Box
 •Storing and Recalling Variable Values
 •Rules for Variable Names
 •Data Types
 •Reusing a Previous Entry or the Last Answer
 •Reusing the Expression on the Entry Line
 •AutoPasting an Entry or Answer from the History Area
 •AutoPasting an Entry or Answer
 •Status Line Indicators in the Display
 •Finding the Software Version and ID Number
 •When Do You Need this Information?
 •Preview of Symbolic Manipulation
 •Using Undefined or Defined Variables
 •Using Exact, Approximate, and Auto Modes
 •AUTO Setting
 •Automatic Simplification
 •Delayed Simplification for Certain BuiltIn Functions
 •Functions that Use Delayed Simplification
 •Substituting Values and Setting Constraints
 •Substituting for a Variable
 •Substituting for a Simple Expression
 •Using Substitutions vs. Defining a Variable
 •Overview of the Algebra Menu
 •The Algebra Menu
 •Common Algebraic Operations
 •Adding or Dividing Polynomials
 •Solving an Equation
 •Overview of the Calc Menu
 •The Calc Menu
 •Common Calculus Operations
 •Finding a Limit
 •UserDefined Functions and Symbolic Manipulation
 •If You Get an OutofMemory Error
 •Freeing Up Memory
 •Special Constants Used in Symbolic Manipulation
 •true, false
 •undef
 •Preview of Constants and Measurement Units
 •Entering Constants or Units
 •From a Menu
 •From the Keyboard
 •Using Parentheses with Units in a Calculation
 •Converting from One Unit to Another
 •Setting the Default Units for Displayed Results
 •What is the NONE Default?
 •Creating Your Own UserDefined Units
 •Defining a Unit
 •List of PreDefined Constants and Units
 •Constants
 •Length
 •Area
 •Volume
 •Time
 •Velocity
 •Acceleration
 •Temperature
 •Luminous Intensity
 •Mass
 •Force
 •Energy
 •Power
 •Pressure
 •Viscosity, Kinematic
 •Viscosity, Dynamic
 •Frequency
 •Electric Current
 •Charge
 •Potential
 •Resistance
 •Conductance
 •Capacitance
 •Mag Field Strength
 •Mag Flux Density
 •Magnetic Flux
 •Inductance
 •Saving the Home Screen Entries as a Text Editor Script
 •Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Information
 •Cutting or Copying Information to the Clipboard
 •Pasting Information from the Clipboard
 •Creating and Evaluating UserDefined Functions
 •Using Folders to Store Independent Sets of Variables
 •Creating a Folder from the Home Screen
 •Setting the Current Folder from the Home Screen
 •Setting the Current Folder from the MODE Dialog Box
 •Deleting a Folder from the Home Screen
 •If an Entry or Answer Is “Too Big”
 •If an Entry or Answer Is “Too Long”
 •If There Is not Enough Memory
 •Preview of Basic Function Graphing
 •Overview of Steps in Graphing Functions
 •Graphing Functions
 •Exploring the Graph
 •Setting the Graph Mode
 •Graph Mode
 •Angle Mode
 •Defining Functions for Graphing
 •Editing a Function
 •Clearing a Function
 •From the Home Screen or a Program
 •Selecting Functions to Graph
 •From the Home Screen or a Program
 •Setting the Display Style for a Function
 •Displaying or Changing a Function’s Style
 •If You Use Above or Below Shading
 •From the Home Screen or a Program
 •Defining the Viewing Window
 •Changing the Graph Format
 •Changing Settings
 •Graphing the Selected Functions
 •If You Need to Change the Viewing Window
 •Smart Graph
 •Displaying Coordinates with the FreeMoving Cursor
 •Tracing a Function
 •Beginning a Trace
 •Moving along a Function
 •Moving from Function to Function
 •Automatic Panning
 •Using QuickCenter
 •Canceling Trace
 •Using Zooms to Explore a Graph
 •Zooming In with a Zoom Box
 •Zooming In and Out on a Point
 •Saving or Recalling a Viewing Window
 •Using Math Tools to Analyze Functions
 •Finding y(x) at a Specified Point
 •Finding a Zero, Minimum, or Maximum within an Interval
 •Finding the Intersection of Two Functions within an Interval
 •Finding the Numerical Integral over an Interval
 •Finding an Inflection Point within an Interval
 •Finding the Distance between Two Points
 •Shading the Area between a Function and the X Axis
 •Shading the Area between Two Functions within an Interval
 •Preview of Parametric Graphing
 •Overview of Steps in Graphing Parametric Equations
 •Exploring the Graph
 •Differences in Parametric and Function Graphing
 •Defining Parametric Equations on the Y= Editor
 •Window Variables
 •Exploring a Graph
 •Preview of Polar Graphing
 •Overview of Steps in Graphing Polar Equations
 •Exploring the Graph
 •Differences in Polar and Function Graphing
 •Window Variables
 •Exploring a Graph
 •Preview of Sequence Graphing
 •Overview of Steps in Graphing Sequences
 •Exploring the Graph
 •Differences in Sequence and Function Graphing
 •Defining Sequences on the Y= Editor
 •Window Variables
 •Exploring a Graph
 •Setting Axes for Time, Web, or Custom Plots
 •Using Web Plots
 •Valid Functions for Web Plots
 •Drawing the Web
 •Using Custom Plots
 •Using a Sequence to Generate a Table
 •Preview of 3D Graphing
 •Overview of Steps in Graphing 3D Equations
 •Exploring the Graph
 •Differences in 3D and Function Graphing
 •Defining 3D Equations on the Y= Editor
 •Window Variables
 •Exploring a Graph
 •Moving the Cursor in 3D
 •How to Move the Cursor
 •Example of the Cursor on a Hidden Surface
 •Rotating and/or Elevating the Viewing Angle
 •Animating a 3D Graph Interactively
 •The Viewing Orbit
 •Changing the Axes and Style Formats
 •Contour Plots
 •Drawing a Contour for the Z Value of a Selected Point Interactively
 •Drawing Contours for Specified Z Values
 •Example: Contours of a Complex Modulus Surface
 •Implicit Plots
 •Example: Implicit Plot of a More Complicated Equation
 •Preview of Differential Equation Graphing
 •Overview of Steps in Graphing Differential Equations
 •Differences in Diff Equations and Function Graphing
 •Defining Differential Equations on the Y= Editor
 •Setting Axes
 •Window Variables
 •The fldpic System Variable
 •Exploring a Graph
 •Setting the Initial Conditions
 •Selecting an Initial Condition Interactively from the Graph Screen
 •Note about Tracing a Solution Curve
 •Defining a System for HigherOrder Equations
 •Example of a 2ndOrder Equation
 •Example of a 3rdOrder Equation
 •Setting Axes for Time or Custom Plots
 •Example of Time and Custom Axes
 •PredatorPrey Model
 •Example Comparison of RK and Euler
 •Example of the deSolve( ) Function
 •Troubleshooting with the Fields Graph Format
 •Fields=SLPFLD
 •Fields=DIRFLD
 •Fields=FLDOFF
 •If You Use the Table Screen to View Differential Equations
 •Preview of Additional Graphing Topics
 •Collecting Data Points from a Graph
 •Notes about SysData Variable
 •Graphing a Function Defined on the Home Screen
 •Copying from the Home Screen to the Y= Editor
 •Graphing Directly from the Home Screen
 •Graphing a Piecewise Defined Function
 •From the Home Screen or a Program
 •Graphing a Family of Curves
 •Simultaneous Graphs with Lists
 •Using the TwoGraph Mode
 •Setting the Mode
 •Using a Split Screen
 •Remember that the Two Sides Are Independent
 •From the Home Screen or a Program
 •Drawing a Function or Inverse on a Graph
 •Drawing a Function, Parametric, or Polar Equation
 •Drawing a Line, Circle, or Text Label on a Graph
 •Drawing a Point or a Freehand Line
 •Drawing a Circle
 •Drawing a Line Based on a Point and a Slope
 •Typing Text Labels
 •From the Home Screen or a Program
 •Saving and Opening a Picture of a Graph
 •For Pictures Saved from a Portion of the Graph Screen
 •From a Program or the Home Screen
 •Animating a Series of Graph Pictures
 •CyclePic Command
 •Saving and Opening a Graph Database
 •From a Program or the Home Screen
 •Preview of Tables
 •Overview of Steps in Generating a Table
 •Generating a Table
 •Exploring the Table
 •Setting Up the Table Parameters
 •From the Home Screen or a Program
 •Displaying an Automatic Table
 •Before You Begin
 •If Results are Complex Numbers
 •If You Want to Change the Setup Parameters
 •Building a Manual (Ask) Table
 •Entering or Editing an Independent Variable Value
 •Adding, Deleting, or Clearing
 •From the Home Screen or a Program
 •Preview of Split Screens
 •Setting and Exiting the Split Screen Mode
 •Other Modes that Affect a Split Screen
 •Selecting the Active Application
 •Switching between Applications
 •Preview of the Data/Matrix Editor
 •Overview of List, Data, and Matrix Variables
 •List Variable
 •Data Variable
 •Matrix Variable
 •Starting a Data/Matrix Editor Session
 •Creating a New Data, Matrix, or List Variable
 •Note about Deleting a Variable
 •Entering and Viewing Cell Values
 •Entering or Editing a Value in a Cell
 •Scrolling through the Editor
 •Clearing a Column or all Columns
 •Inserting and Deleting a Row, Column, or Cell
 •Inserting a Row or Column
 •Inserting a Cell
 •Deleting a Row or Column
 •Deleting a Cell
 •If You Need to Add a New “Last” Row, Column, or Cell
 •Defining a Column Header with an Expression
 •To Fill a Matrix with a List
 •Using Shift and CumSum Functions in a Column Header
 •Sorting Columns
 •Sorting All Columns Based on a “Key” Column
 •Saving a Copy of a List, Data, or Matrix Variable
 •Valid Copy Types
 •Procedure
 •To Copy a Data Column to a List
 •Preview of Statistics and Data Plots
 •Overview of Steps in Statistical Analysis
 •Performing a Statistical Calculation
 •Statistical Calculation Types
 •From the Home Screen or a Program
 •Statistical Variables
 •Calculated Variables
 •Defining a Statistical Plot
 •Procedure
 •Selecting or Deselecting a Plot
 •Statistical Plot Types
 •Scatter
 •xyline
 •Box Plot
 •Histogram
 •Using the Y= Editor with Stat Plots
 •Graphing and Tracing a Defined Stat Plot
 •Tracing a Stat Plot
 •Using Frequencies and Categories
 •If You Have a CBL 2/CBL or CBR
 •How CBL 2/CBL Data Is Stored
 •CBR
 •Preview of Programming
 •Running an Existing Program
 •Running a Program
 •“Breaking” a Program
 •Starting a Program Editor Session
 •Starting a New Program or Function
 •Starting a New Program from the Program Editor
 •Copying a Program
 •Note about Deleting a Program
 •Overview of Entering a Program
 •Entering Comments
 •Using Indentation
 •Getting Values into a Program
 •Example of Passing Values to a Program
 •Overview of Entering a Function
 •Entering a Function
 •How to Return a Value from a Function
 •Calling One Program from Another
 •Notes about Using Subroutines
 •Using Variables in a Program
 •Scope of Variables
 •Using Local Variables in Functions or Programs
 •String Operations
 •String Commands
 •Conditional Tests
 •Relational Tests
 •Boolean Tests
 •The Not Function
 •Using If, Lbl, and Goto to Control Program Flow
 •If Command
 •Using Loops to Repeat a Group of Commands
 •For...EndFor Loops
 •Getting Input from the User and Displaying Output
 •I/O Toolbar Menu
 •Input Commands
 •Output Commands
 •Creating a Custom Menu
 •Creating a Table or Graph
 •Table Commands
 •Drawing on the Graph Screen
 •Drawing a Point or Pixel
 •Accessing Another TI89/TI92 Plus, a CBL 2/CBL, or a CBR
 •Debugging Programs and Handling Errors
 •RunTime Errors
 •Example: Using Alternative Approaches
 •AssemblyLanguage Programs
 •Shortcuts to Run a Program
 •Preview of Text Operations
 •Starting a Text Editor Session
 •Starting a New Session from the Text Editor
 •Copying a Session
 •Note about Deleting a Session
 •Entering and Editing Text
 •Typing Text
 •Deleting Characters
 •Highlighting Text
 •Replacing or Deleting Highlighted Text
 •Finding Text
 •Using a Computer and TIGRAPH LINK to Enter Text
 •Entering Special Characters
 •Selecting Characters from the CHAR Menu
 •Typing Special Symbols from the Keyboard
 •Typing Greek Letters from the Keyboard
 •Entering and Executing a Command Script
 •Creating a Script from Your Home Screen Entries
 •Creating a Lab Report
 •Print Objects
 •Deleting a Print Object or Page Break Mark
 •Printing the Report
 •Preview of the Numeric Solver
 •Displaying the Solver and Entering an Equation
 •Saving Equations for Future Use
 •Defining the Known Variables
 •Editing the Equation
 •Solving for the Unknown Variable
 •Finding the Solution
 •Graphing the Solution
 •Selecting a New Initial Guess from the Graph
 •Returning to a Full Screen
 •Preview of Number Bases
 •Entering and Converting Number Bases
 •Entering a Binary or Hexadecimal Number
 •Converting between Number Bases
 •Alternate Method for Conversions
 •Performing Math Operations with Hex or Bin Numbers
 •Setting the Base Mode for Displayed Results
 •Dividing When Base = HEX or BIN
 •Size Limitations When Base = HEX or BIN
 •Comparing or Manipulating Bits
 •Boolean Operations
 •Preview of Memory and Variable Management
 •Checking and Resetting Memory
 •Flash ROM free on the MEMORY Screen
 •Displaying the VARLINK Screen
 •Manipulating Variables and Folders with VARLINK
 •Selecting Items from the List
 •Deleting Variables or Folders
 •Copying or Moving Variables from One Folder to Another
 •Renaming Variables or Folders
 •Pasting a Variable Name to an Application
 •Procedure
 •Archiving and Unarchiving a Variable
 •Why Would You Want to Archive a Variable?
 •Checking for Available Space
 •If a Garbage Collection Message Is Displayed
 •Responding to the Garbage Collection Message
 •Why not Perform Garbage Collection Automatically, without a Message?
 •Memory Error When Accessing an Archived Variable
 •Correcting the Error
 •Linking Two Units
 •Connecting before Sending or Receiving
 •Transmitting Variables, Flash Applications, and Folders
 •Setting Up the Units
 •Rules for Transmitting Variables, Flash Applications, or Folders
 •Deleting Variables, Flash Applications, or Folders
 •Where to Get Flash Applications
 •Transmitting Variables under Program Control
 •The “Chat” Program
 •Upgrading Product Software (Base Code)
 •Where to Get Product Software (Base Code)
 •Do Not Attempt to Cancel a Product Software (Base Code) Transfer
 •If You’re Upgrading Product Software (Base Code) on Multiple Units
 •Error Messages
 •Collecting and Transmitting ID Lists
 •Collecting ID Lists
 •Clearing the ID List
 •Analyzing the PoleCorner Problem
 •Deriving the Quadratic Formula
 •Performing Computations to Derive the Quadratic Formula
 •Exploring a Matrix
 •Exploring cos(x) = sin(x)
 •Finding Minimum Surface Area of a Parallelepiped
 •Running a Tutorial Script Using the Text Editor
 •Decomposing a Rational Function
 •Studying Statistics: Filtering Data by Categories
 •Filtering Data by Categories
 •Studying the Flight of a Hit Baseball
 •Optional Exercise
 •Visualizing Complex Zeros of a Cubic Polynomial
 •Summary
 •Solving a Standard Annuity Problem
 •Computing the TimeValueofMoney
 •Finding Rational, Real, and Complex Factors
 •Finding Factors
 •Simulation of Sampling without Replacement
 •Sampling without Replacement
 •Appendix A: Functions and Instructions
 •QuickFind Locator
 •Algebra
 •Calculus
 •Graphics
 •Lists
 •Math
 •Matrices
 •Programming
 •Statistics
 •Strings
 •Alphabetical Listing of Operations
 •D
 •E
 •R
 •T
 •Modes
 •Graph
 •Current Folder
 •Display Digits
 •Angle
 •Exponential Format
 •Complex Format
 •Vector Format
 •Pretty Print
 •Split Screen
 •Number of Graphs
 •Graph 2
 •Exact/Approx
 •Base
 •Unit System
 •Custom Units
 •Language
 •TI89 Key Codes
 •TI92 Plus Key Codes
 •Entering Complex Numbers
 •Complex Format Mode for Displaying Results
 •Accuracy Information
 •Graphing Accuracy
 •System Variables and Reserved Names
 •Graph
 •Graph Zoom
 •Statistics
 •Table
 •Data/Matrix
 •Miscellaneous
 •Solver
 •EOS (Equation Operating System) Hierarchy
 •Order of Evaluation
 •Indirection
 •Post Operators
 •Exponentiation
 •Negation
 •Constraint ()
 •Regression Formulas
 •Regressions
 •Contour Levels and Implicit Plot Algorithm
 •Algorithm
 •RungeKutta Method
 •Battery Information
 •When to Replace the Batteries
 •Battery Precautions
 •In Case of Difficulty
 •Suggestions
 •Support and Service Information
 •Warranty Information
 •Australia & New Zealand Customers only
 •All Other Customers
 •setMode( ) and getMode( )
 •setGraph( )
 •setTable( )
 •Index
 •Symbols
 •A
 •D
 •E
 •F
 •G
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TI89 Shortcut Keys
General 

¥O  List of Flash applications 
2a  Toggle between last two chosen 
 applications or split screens 
¥, ¥«  Lighten or darken contrast 
¥¸  Calculate approximate answer 
¥C, ¥D  Move cursor to top or bottom 
 (in editors) 
¤C,¤ D Scroll tall objects in history
¤A,¤ B Highlight left or right from cursor
2C,2D Page up or page down (in editors)
2A,2B Move cursor far left or far right
Press N to exit the map.
The keyboard map displays shortcuts that are not marked on the keyboard. As shown below, press ¥ and then the applicable key.
¥Á  ƒ 
¥c  Access Greek letters 
 (see next column) 
¥d  ¦ (comment) 
¥b  Copy graph coordinates to 
 sysdata 
¥e  ! (factorial) 
¥Í  Display FORMATS dialog box 
¥1 – ¥9  Run programs kbdprgm1( ) 
 through kbdprgm9( ) 
¥ p  & (append) 
¥^  
¥ §  @ 
¥´  Turn off unit so that it returns 
 to current application the 
 next time you turn it on 
¥µ (zero)  • 
¥¶  ‚ 
¥·  Copy graph coordinates to 
 Home screen history 
Alpha Rules
jType one lowercase letter
¤Type one uppercase letter
2™  Lowercase alpha lock 
¤j  Uppercase alpha lock 
j  Exit alpha lock 


3D Graphing 

C, D, A, B  Animate graph 
«,   Change animation speed 
X,Y,Z  View along axis 
µReturn to original view
ÍChange graph format style
pExpanded/normal view
Greek Letters 

¥c  To access the Greek 
 character set 
¥cj+ letter To access lowercase Greek letters. Example:
¥cj[W] displaysω
¥c¤+ letter To access uppercase Greek letters. Example:
¥c¤[ W] displaysΩ
If you press a key combination that does not access a Greek letter, you get the normal letter for that key.
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A  B  C  D  E 
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TI92 Plus Shortcut Keys
General 

¥ O  List of Flash applications 
2a  Toggle between last two chosen 
 applications or split screens 
¥ D  Copy graph coordinates to 
 sysdata 
¥ F  Display FORMATS dialog box 
¥ H  Copy graph coordinates to 
 Home screen history 
¥ N  Create new variable 
¥ O  Open existing variable 
¥ S  Save copy as 
¥ , ¥ «  Lighten or darken contrast 
¥ ¸  Calculate approximate answer 
¥ ´  Turn off unit so that it returns 
 to current application the next 
 time you turn it on 
¥ 1 – ¥ 9  Run programs kbdprgm1() 
 through kbdprgm9() 
Press N to exit the map.
See the table below for shortcuts that are not marked on the
2 Q  ? 

2 W  !  (factorial) 
2 R  @ 

2 T  #  (indirection) 
2 H  &  (append) 
2 X  ¦  (comment) 
¥ Á  ƒ 

¥ µ (zero)  • 

¥ ¶  ‚ 

Editing 

¥ C  Move cursor to top 
¥ D  Move cursor to bottom 
2 A  Move cursor to far left 
2 B  Move cursor to far right 
‚ C, ‚ D  Scroll tall objects in history 
2 C, 2 D  Page up and page down 
¥ X  Cut 
¥ C  Copy 
¥ V  Paste 


3D Graphing 

C,D,A,B  Animate graph 
«,   Change animation speed 
X,Y,Z  View along axis 
µ (zero)  Return to original view 
F  Change graph format style 
pExpanded/normal view
Accent Marks
2 A + letter à,è,ì,ò,ù ,À,È ,Ì,Ò ,Ù
2 C + letter  ç, Ç 
2 E + letter  á ,é,í,ó,ú ,ý ,Á ,É,Í,Ó ,Ú ,Ý 
2 N + letter  ã ,ñ,õ ,Ã ,Ñ,Õ 
2O + letter â ,ê ,î,ô,û ,Â,Ê ,Î,Ô ,Û
2U + letter ä,ë ,ï,ö ,ü ,ÿ ,Ä ,Ë,Ï,Ö ,Ü
Greek Letters 

2 G  To access the Greek 
 character set 
2 G + letter  To access lowercase Greek 
 letters. Example: 2 G W 
 displays ω 
2 G ¤ + letter  To access uppercase Greek 
 letters. Example: 2 G ¤ W 
 displays Ω 
If you press a key combination that does not access a Greek letter, you get the normal letter for that key.





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