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TI 89: Argument Error.

Hello folks- I am trying to use my TI-89 Titanium to factor and do expanding work. Entering the correct information, I get a return of

ERROR: Argument Error

Why is the calculator not doing its job? I tried the F6 menu thing from another article on the internet and it did not help. Any help with this would be appreciated.

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  • jadefalcon0 Sep 11, 2008

    It might be nice to see a solution to this, but I reset the calculator and it seems like everything is working perfectly.

  • voyage 200 Oct 02, 2008

    I have the same problem

  • pbopp Nov 12, 2008

    Trying to do long division using the propFrac function and keep getting an argument error.

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I reset the calculator and it did its job- though a solution would be handy.

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