Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro User Manual

Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro Manual

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  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 1
    TI-36X Pro Calculator Important information...2 Examples ...3 Switching the calculator on and off ...3 Display contrast ...3 Home screen ...3 ......24 Hyperbolics ...26 Logarithm and exponential functions ...27 Numeric derivative ...27 Numeric integral...29 Stored operations ...30 Memory and stored ...
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    ... information...76 In case of difficulty ...77 Texas Instruments Support and Service...78 Important information Texas ... exclusive liability of Texas Instruments, regardless of the form of action, shall not exceed the purchase price of this product. Moreover, Texas Instruments shall not be liable for ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 3
    ... Each section is followed by instructions for keystroke examples that demonstrate the TI-36X Pro functions. Examples assume all default settings, as shown in the Modes section. ...and functions, along with other instructions. The answers are displayed on the Home screen. The TI-36X Pro screen can...
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    ... calculate an entry on the Home screen, depending upon space, the answer is displayed either directly ... setting. (See Mode section.) Scientific or engineering notation. (See Mode section.) Angle... indicator displayed for default DEC mode. The calculator is performing an operation. 56 An entry is stored...
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    ...the screen. To cancel it before entering data, press % again. For example, % b 25 < calculates the square root of 25 and returns the result, 5. Modes q Use ... degrees, radians, or gradians. NORM SCI ENG Sets the numeric notation mode. Numeric notation modes affect only the display of results, and not...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 6
    ...multiple of 3. Note: E is a shortcut key to enter a number in scientific notation format. The result displays in the numeric ...decimal notation mode. FLOAT (floating decimal point) displays up to 10 digits, plus ...BIN OCT Sets the number base used for calculations. DEC decimal HEX hexadecimal (To enter ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 7
    Examples of Classic and MathPrint™ modes Classic mode Sci MathPrint™ mode Sci Float mode and answer toggle key. Float mode and answer toggle key. Fix 2 Fix 2 and answer toggle key. U n/d U n/d Exponent example Exponent example Square root example Square root example Cube root example...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 8
    ... include z, X, Y, Z, C, D, H, and g. Applicable sections of this guidebook describe how to use the keys. Menus Menus give you access to a large number of calculator functions. Some menu keys, such as % h, display a single menu. Others, such as d, display multiple menus. Press " and $ to scroll and ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 9
    ... and history !"#$ Press ! or " to move the cursor within an expression that you are entering or editing. Press % ! or % " to move the cursor directly to the beginning or end of the expression. After you evaluate an expression, the expression and its result are added automatically to the history. Use...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 10
    ... %b8< r Last answer %i The last entry performed on the home screen is stored to the variable ans. This variable is retained in memory, even after the calculator is turned off. To recall the value of ans: • Press % i (ans displays on the screen), or • Press any operations key (T, U, and so ...
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    3%c%i < Order of operations The TI-36X Pro calculator uses Equation Operating System (EOS™) to evaluate expressions. Within a priority level, EOS evaluates functions from left to right and in the following order. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Expressions inside ...
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    7th 8th 9th 10th 11th Permutations (nPr) and combinations (nCr). Multiplication, implied multiplication, division. Addition and subtraction. Conversions (n/d³´Un/d, F³´D, 4DMS). < completes all operations and closes all open parentheses. Examples +QPM 6 0 T 5 V M1 2 < ( M) 1TM8T12< % b 9 T...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 13
    .... Clears variables x, y, z, t, a, b, c, and d to their default value of 0. Resets the calculator. Returns unit to default settings; clears memory variables, ..., variables, complex numbers, etc.), use W along with ( and ). The calculator defaults output to improper fractions. Results are automatically ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 14
    • P enters a simple fraction. Pressing P before or after a number can result in different behavior. Entering a number before pressing P makes that number the numerator. To enter fractions with operators or radicals, press P before you enter a number (in MathPrint™ mode only). • In MathPrintମ.
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    ... n/ n d ³´U /d F³´D 4%@1$2" %˜< Examples P1.2 T 1.3 $ 4 < (MathPrint™ mode only) (MathPrint™ P M 5 T % b 5 mode only) F U 4 ( 1 ) ( 6 )$2(1)< Percentages %_ To perform a calculation involving a percentage, press % _ after entering the value of the percentage. Example 2 % _ V 150 < 15
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    ³ Problem A mining company extracts 5000 tons of ore with a concentration of metal of 3% and 7300 tons with a concentration of 2.3%. On the basis of ...of metal for a total value of 89012 dollars. EE key E E is a shortcut key to enter a number in scientific notation format. Example 2E5< q$"< -< 16
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    Powers, roots and inverses F Calculates the square of a value. The TI-36X Pro calculator evaluates expressions entered with F and a from left to right in both Classic and MathPrint™ modes. Raises a value to the power indicated. Use " ...
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    2%a< Pi g (multi-tap key) p = 3.141592653590 for calculations. p = 3.141592654 for display. Example p 2Vg< r ³ Problem What is the area of a circle if the radius is 12 cm? Reminder: A = p×r2 g V 12 F < r The area of the circle is 144...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 19
    Math d MATH d displays the MATH menu: 1:4n/d³´Un/d 2: lcm( 3: gcd( 4: 4Pfactor 5: sum( 6: prod( Examples n/ n d³´U /d Converts between simple fractions and mixed-number form. Least common multiple Greatest common divisor Prime factors Summation Product 9P2"d1< lcm( d2 6%`9)< d3 18 % ` 33 ) ...
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    Number functions d NUM d " displays the NUM menu: 1: abs( 2: round( 3: iPart( 4: fPart( 5: int( 6: min( 7: max( 8: mod( Examples abs( d"1 M%b5< d"2 1.245 % ` 1 5 < 4.9 L z < d "3 z ) < d "4 z ) V3< d "5 M 5.6 ) < d "6 4 % `M5 ) < d "7 .6 % ` .7 ) < Absolute value Rounded value Integer part of a ...
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    mod( d "8 17 % ` 12 6 < Angles d DMS d " " displays the DMS menu: 1: ¡ 2: ¢ 3: £ 4: r 5: g 6: ´DMS Specifies the angle unit modifier as degrees (º). Specifies the angle unit modifier as minutes ('). Specifies the angle unit modifier as seconds ("). Specifies a radian angle. Specifies a ...
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    DEG q< 2gd""4 < 4DMSS 1.5 d " " 6 < ³ Problem Two adjacent angles measure 12¡ 31¢ 45£ and 26... 39 degrees, 26 minutes and 23 seconds. ³ Problem It is known that 30¡ = p / 6 radians. In the default mode, degrees, find the sine of 30¡. Then set the calculator to radian mode and calculate the ...
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    Note: Press - to clear the screen between problems. - X 30 ) < q"
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    ... X Y Z (multi-tap keys) Enter trigonometric functions (sin, cos, tan, sin-1, cos-1, tan-1), just as you would write them. Set the desired Angle mode before starting trigonometric calculations. Example Degree Mode tan q$$
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    tan-1 Z Z1 ) < r cos 5VYgP4") < r ³ Problem Find angle A of the right triangle below. Then calculate angle B and the length of the hypotenuse c. Lengths are in meters. Round results to one decimal place. Reminder: 7 7⎞ - therefore m±A = tan-1 ⎛ -tan A = -⎝ 3
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    ... is 7.6 meters. Hyperbolics X Y Z (multi-tap keys) Pressing one of these multi-tap keys repeatedly lets you access the corresponding hyperbolic or inverse hyperbolic function. Angle modes do not affect hyperbolic calculations. Example Set floating q $ $ < decimal HYP XXX5)T2 < ##
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 27
    ...specify. Examples LOG D D1 ) < LN D5)V2< 10 › C CD D 2)< D DC C 5")< C .5 < e› Numeric derivative %A %... of expression with respect to variable, given the value at which to calculate the derivative and H (if not specified, the default is 1EM3). This function is valid only for real numbers. ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 28
    ...investigations. You can use nDeriv( once in expression. Because of the method used to calculate nDeriv(, the calculator can return a false derivative value at a nondifferentiable point. ³ Problem Find the slope of the tangent line to the curve ...
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    ... x = -----3 minimum of the function must be at this point! Numeric integral %Q % Q calculates the numeric function integral of an expression with respect to a ... and an upper limit. Example in RAD angle mode % Q q "
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    ... to store the operation. 4. Press % m to recall the stored operation and apply it to the last answer or the current entry. If you apply % m directly to a % m result, the n=1 iteration counter is incremented. Examples Clear op %n If a stored op is present, click - to clear it. Set op V2T3< Recall op...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 31
    ... function y = 5x - 2, calculate y for the following values of x: -5; -1. %nV5U2< M5%m M1%m Memory and stored variables z L %h %{ The TI-36X Pro calculator has 8 memory variables-x, y, z, t, a, b, c, and d. You can store a real or complex number or an expression result ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 32
    z is a multi-tap key that cycles through the variable names x, y, z, t, a, b, c, and d. You can also use z to recall the stored values for these variables. The name of the variable is inserted into the current entry, but the value assigned to the variable is used to evaluate the expression. To ...
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    ... the top of a list, and % $ to go to the bottom of a list. List formulas accept all calculator functions and real numbers. Numeric notation, decimal notation, and angle modes affect the display of an element (except fractional elements). Example L1 v1P4$ ...
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    ... 1). 1: StatVars Displays a secondary menu of statistical result variables. Use $ and # to locate the desired variable, and press < to select it. If you select this option before calculating 1-Var stats, 2-Var stats, or any of the regressions, a reminder appears. Analyzes statistical data from 1 ...
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    3: 2-Var Stats 4: LinReg ax+b 5: QuadraticReg 6: CubicReg 7: LnReg a+blnx 8: PwrReg ax^b 9: ExpReg ab^x Analyzes paired data from 2 data sets with 2 measured variables-x, the independent variable, and y, the dependent variable. Frequency data may be included. Note: 2-Var Stats also computes ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 38
    ... distribution functions: 1: Normalpdf Computes the probability density function (pdf) for the normal distribution at a specified x value. The defaults are ... standard deviation sigma=1. The probability density function (pdf) is: 2: Normalcdf 3: invNorm 4: Binompdf Computes the normal distribution ...
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    ... b, c, and d. If you perform any regression calculation, the regression calculation and the 2-Var statistics for that data are stored in the StatVars menu until the next statistics or regression calculation. The results must be interpreted based on which type of statistics ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 40
    ... y-intercept. Correlation coefficient. Uses a and b to calculate predicted x value when you input a y value. Uses a and b to calculate predicted y value when you input an x value. Minimum of x values. Median... (3rd quartile). Maximum of x values. To define statistical data points: 1. Enter data in L1...
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    1-Var Example Find the mean of {45, 55, 55, 55} Clear all data Data vv$$$ < 45 $ 55 $ 55 $ 55 < %s %u 2 (Selects 1-Var Stats) $$ < Stat Stat Var 2< V2< 2-Var Example Data: (45,30); (55,25). Find: x¢(45) Clear all data Data vv$$$ < 45 $ 55 $ " 30 $ 25 $ 41
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 42
    ... grade (weighted average). 2. What does the value of n given by the calculator represent? What does the value of Gx given by the calculator represent? Reminder: The weighed average is Σx ( 12 ) ( 1 ) + ( 13 ) ( 0.5 ) + ( 10 ) ( 1 ) + ( 11 ) ( 0.5 n 1 + 0.5 + 1 + 0.5 3. The teacher gave ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 43
    ... $ " 1 $ .5 $ 1 $ .5 < %u 2 (Selects 1-Var Stats) $""< < Anthony has an average (v) of 11.33 (to the nearest hundredth). On the calculator, n represents the total sum of the weights. n = 1 + 0.5 + 1 + 0.5. Gx represents the weighted sum of his scores. (12)(1) + (13)(0.5) + (10)(1) + (11)(0.5) = 34...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 44
    ³ Problem The table below gives the results of a braking test. Test No. Speed (kph) Braking distance (m) 1 33 5.30 ... A hand-drawn scatter plot of these data points suggest a linear relationship. The calculator uses the least squares method to find the line of best fit, y'=ax'+b, for data entered in ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 45
    ...line of best fit, y'=0.67732519x'N18.66637321 models the linear trend of the data. Press... traveling at 55 kph. Regression example 1 Calculate an ax+b linear regression for the following data... all the result variables. Regression example 2 Calculate the exponential regression for the following data: 45...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 46
    ...Find the average value (y) of the data in L2 using StatVars. < %u 1 (Selects StatVars Notice that the title bar reminds you of your last statistical or regression calculation. Examine the I 2 table of values of the regression equation. 46
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    ... not recalculate 2-Var Stats after any other regression calculation if you want to preserve your regression coefficients (a, ... d) and r values for your particular problem in the StatVars menu. Distribution example Compute the binomial pdf distribution at x values {3,6,9} with 20 trials and a success ...
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    ... incremental value for the independent variable, x. The step can be positive or negative. The calculator automatically generates a series of values based on table start and table step. Lets you build a table manually by entering specific values for the independent variable, x. ³ Problem ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 51
    ...points closer to (18, 324). ³ Problem A charity collected $3,600 to help support a local food ...funds run out. How many months will the charity support the kitchen? Reminder: If x = months and ... and press
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 52
    ...NAMES % t displays the matrix NAMES menu, which shows the dimensions of the matrices and lets you use them in calculations. 1: [A] 2: [B] 3: [C] 4: [Ans] 5: [I2] 6: [I3] Definable matrix A Definable matrix B Definable matrix C Last matrix result ...
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    Matrix example Define matrix [A] as 1 2 3 4 Calculate the determinant, transpose, inverse, and rref of [A]. Define [A] % t ! < Set "
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    ...) % ...NAMES % ...displays the vector NAMES menu, which shows the dimensions of the vectors and lets you use them in calculations. 1: [u] 2: [v] 3: [w] 4: [Ans] Definable vector u Definable vector v Definable vector w Last matrix result (displayed as [Ans]=m×n) or last vector result (displayed as [...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 55
    ..., which lets you perform the following vector calculations: 1: DotProduct 2: CrossProduct 3: norm magnitude Syntax: DotP(... [w]. Vector example Define vector [u] = [ 0.5 8 ]. Define vector [v] = [ 2 3 ]. Calculate [u] + [v], DotP([u],[v]), and norm([v]). Define [u] % ...! < "
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    Add vectors %...< T %...$< < DotP 5 V 2 T 8 V 3 < Note: DotP is calculated here in two ways. norm r< % b 2 F T 3 F" r< Note: norm is calculated here in two ways. Solvers Numeric equation solver %‰ % ‰ prompts you for the equation and the values of the variables...
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    Example Reminder: If you have already defined variables, the solver will assume those values. Num-solv %‰ Left side 1 P2 " zF U5 z z z z z "" Right side 6 z U z z zz z z < Variable values 1P2$ 2P3$ 0.25 $ "" Solve for b < Note: Left-Right is the difference between the left- and right-hand ...
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    Example of quadratic equation Reminder: If you have already defined variables, the solver will assume those values. Poly-solv %
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    System of linear equations solver %‹ % ‹ solves systems of linear equations. You choose from 2×2 or 3×3 systems. Notes: • x, y, and z results are automatically stored in the x, y, and z variables. • Use r to toggle the results (x, y and z) as needed. • The 2x2 equation solver solves for...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 60
    Toggle r result type Example 3×3 system Solve: 5x - 2y + 3z = -9 4x + 3y + 5z = 4 2x + 4y - 2z = 14 System solve 3×3 system First equation Second equation Third equation Solutions %‹$ < 5< M2 < 3< M9< 4< 3< 5< 4< 2< 4< M2 < 14 < < $ $ 60
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 61
    ... to binary (base 2). Converts to decimal (base 10). Converts to octal (base 8). Base type % - " displays the TYPE menu, which lets you designate the base of a number regardless of the calculator's current number-base mode. 1: h 2: b Designates a hexadecimal integer. Specifies a binary integer. 61
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    3: d 4: o Specifies a decimal number. Specifies an octal integer. Examples in DEC mode Note: Mode can be set to DEC, BIN, OCT, or HEX. See the Mode section. d ´Hex 127 % - 1 1 %-2< 10000000 % - " 2 %-4< #< h ´Bin b ´Oct o ´Dec Boolean logic % - ! displays the LOGIC menu, which lets you ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 63
    ...: q $$$$ not, 2's "< %-!6 5 %i< DEC mode: q $$$$ < nand 192 % - ! 7 48 < Expression evaluation %‡ Press %‡ to input and calculate an expression using numbers, functions, and variables/parameters. Pressing %‡ from a populated home screen expression pastes the content to Expr=. If the user is ...
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    Note: Displayed constant values are rounded. The values used for calculations are given in the following table. Constant speed of light c g gravitational acceleration h Planck's constant NA Avogadro's number Value used for calculations 299792458 meters per second 9.80665 meters per second2 R me mp ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 66
    Conversions The CONVERSIONS menu permits you to perform a total of 20 conversions (or 40 if converting both ways). To access the CONVERSIONS menu, press % -. Press one of the numbers (1-5) to select, or press # and $ to scroll through and select one of the CONVERSIONS submenus. The submenus include...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 67
    lb 4 kg kg 4 lb pounds to kilograms kilograms to pounds Temperature conversion Conversion ¡F 4 ¡C ¡C 4 ¡F ¡C 4 ¡K ¡K 4 ¡C Farenheit to Celsius Celsius to Farenheit Celsius to Kelvin Kelvin to Celsius Speed and length conversion Conversion km/hr 4 m/s m/s 4 km/hr LtYr 4 m m 4 LtYr pc 4 m...
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    Pressure conversion Conversion atm 4 kPa Pa 4 atm mmHg 4 kPa Pa 4 mmHg Examples Temperature (M22) atmospheres to Pascals Pascals to atmospheres millimeters of mercury to Pascals Pascals to millimeters of mercury %-2
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    ... %ˆ The calculator performs the following complex number calculations Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division Argument and absolute ... Conjugate number calculations Setting the complex format: Set the calculator to DEC mode when computing with complex numbers. q $ $ $ Selects the REAL ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 70
    Complex menu Description 1:± ± (polar angle character) Lets you paste the polar representation of a complex number (such as 5±p). 2 :polar angle angle( Returns the polar angle of a complex number. 3: magnitude abs( (or |þ| in MathPrint™ mode) Returns the magnitude (modulus) of a complex ...
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    4 r±q 3 T 4 ggg %ˆ4 < 5 %ˆ< 3gP2" % ˆ5 < 4 a+bi Conjugate: conj( % ˆ6 5 U 6 ggg ) < Real: real( % ˆ7 5 U 6 ggg) < Errors When the calculator detects an error, it returns an error message with the type of error. The following list includes some of the errors that you may encounter. To ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 72
    ...wrong data type. • For a function (including implied multiplication) or an instruction, you entered an argument that is an invalid data type... DIVIDE BY 0 - This error is returned when: • you attempt to divide by 0. • in statistics, n = 1. DOMAIN - You specified an argument to a function outside...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 73
    ... coefficient cannot be zero - This error is displayed if a in a Polynomial solver calculation is prepopulated with zero, or if the you set a to zero and ...and n in the DISTR menus. INVALID EQUATION - This error is returned when: • The calculation contains too many pending operations (more than 23). ...
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    ... - The Operation m is not defined. OVERFLOW - You attempted to enter, or you calculated a number that is beyond the range of the ... A singular matrix (determinant = 0) is not valid as the argument for -1. • The SinReg instruction or a polynomial regression generated a singular matrix (determinant = ...
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    ... 1-var or 2-var stats with no defined data points, or attempted to calculate 2-var stats when the data lists are not of equal length. SYNTAX -... COMPLEX - If you use too many levels of MathPrint™ complexity in a calculation, the TOO COMPLEX error is displayed (this error is not referring to complex ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 76
    ...burst or explode, releasing hazardous chemicals. Discard used batteries according to local regulations. How to remove or replace the battery The TI-36X Pro calculator uses one 3 volt CR2032 lithium battery. Remove the protective cover and turn the calculator ...
  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro | User Manual - Page 77
    ...in this unit: Perchlorate Material - Special handling may apply. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate In case of difficulty Review instructions to be certain calculations were performed properly. Check the battery to ensure that it is fresh...
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    Texas Instruments Support and Service For general information Home Page: education.ti.com KnowledgeBase and education.ti.com/support e-mail inquiries... All other customers: Refer to the leaflet enclosed with this product (hardware) or contact your local Texas Instruments retailer/distributor. 78



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