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TI-89

TI-92Plus

Guidebook

for Advanced Mathematics Software Version 2.0

© 1999-2002Texas Instruments

Important

US FCC Information

Concerning Radio

Frequency

Interference

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TI-89Shortcut 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

On-screenKeyboard Map ( ¥^)

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)

¥^

On-screenkeyboard map

¥ §

@

¥´

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.

ξ

ψ

ζ

τ

 

X

Y

Z

T

 

α

β

 

δ

ε

A

B

C

D

E

φ

Γ

 

 

 

γ

 

 

 

F

G

H

I

J

 

λ

µ

 

 

K

L

M

N

O

Π

 

ρ

Σ

 

π

 

σ

 

P

Q

R

S

U

 

Ω

 

 

 

 

ω

 

 

 

VW

TI-92Plus 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()

On-screenKeyboard Map ( ¥ ”)

Press N to exit the map.

See the table below for shortcuts that are not marked on the TI-92 Plus keyboard. See the next column for accent marks and Greek letters.

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.

 

 

 

 

 

Ω

 

 

 

Π

Ω

ε

ρ

 

Π

ω

τ ψ

π

ω

ε

ρ

π

QQ WW EERTYUIIOOPP

ΣΣ

δδ

Γ

λλ

αα σσ

φ γ

AA SS D F G H JJ KK LL

 

ζ

 

 

ξ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

β

 

 

 

µ

 

 

 

 

ζ

 

 

ξ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

µ

 

 

 

 

 

Z

 

 

X

 

 

 

C

 

V

 

B

 

N

 

 

 

M

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

qq

 

 

Z

 

 

X

 

 

 

C

 

 

B

 

N

 

 

 

M