Question about Texas Instruments TI-82 Calculator

The origional calculator came with a manual. I would highly suggest reading it. If you do not posess one I'm sure Amazon has them cheeply. As to your other question it entirly depends on what you are doing. Generally, there is not an enormous difference between the two, but if you are using it for a class then I would listen to you insructors instructions on the reqirements for the class.

P.S. If the 83 is out of your range then I would train yourself on the functions of your 82 and if you become proficient enough at programming then you can solve most problems.

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

I am not sure I understand but if it the same problem as in your other posted question, here is what I wrote.

Are the data in L1 and l2 in any way related? If they are (being x-values and y-values of some data set) then you need to do regression analysis (2-var stats)

If they are not related (connected) you can calculate the mean of each group separately.

Do 1-var stat by specifying the L1 list first (may be the default), get your average of the values in L1. Then you can do 1-var stat on the data in L2 by specifying the list L2 on the command line.

**1-var L2 ENTER**

Note: What I am describing here is valid for the TI 83 Plus/TI84 Plus, but I suspect the steps are similar to the TI 82.

Are the data in L1 and l2 in any way related? If they are (being x-values and y-values of some data set) then you need to do regression analysis (2-var stats)

If they are not related (connected) you can calculate the mean of each group separately.

Do 1-var stat by specifying the L1 list first (may be the default), get your average of the values in L1. Then you can do 1-var stat on the data in L2 by specifying the list L2 on the command line.

Note: What I am describing here is valid for the TI 83 Plus/TI84 Plus, but I suspect the steps are similar to the TI 82.

Oct 08, 2013 | Texas Instruments TI-82 Calculator

That depends on what you need to do with the calculator. The TI-83 is better at some things, the TI-86 is better at some other things, and the TI-92 is better at yet other things.

The 83 and the 86 both use the Z80 processor, though the 86 is quite a bit faster. The 92 uses a 68000 processor. Though the 83 has a faster processor than the 86, the 86 has some additional calculus capabilities.

You can download TI's manuals from their support website.

There's a good comparison of present and past models here.

The 83 and the 86 both use the Z80 processor, though the 86 is quite a bit faster. The 92 uses a 68000 processor. Though the 83 has a faster processor than the 86, the 86 has some additional calculus capabilities.

You can download TI's manuals from their support website.

There's a good comparison of present and past models here.

Dec 03, 2011 | Calculators

The 86 has more memory. It also has some advanced calculus capabilities the 83 doesn't. However you're much more likely to see examples for the 83 in textbooks and other references.

TI-83:

http://www.ticalc.org/basics/calculators/ti-83.html

TI-83 Plus:

http://www.ticalc.org/basics/calculators/ti-83plus.html

TI-86:

http://www.ticalc.org/basics/calculators/ti-86.html

TI-83:

http://www.ticalc.org/basics/calculators/ti-83.html

TI-83 Plus:

http://www.ticalc.org/basics/calculators/ti-83plus.html

TI-86:

http://www.ticalc.org/basics/calculators/ti-86.html

Aug 09, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-86 Calculator

This functionality is not available in the TI-82, it was added in the TI-83.

Feb 16, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-82 Calculator

No. Unfortunately, the TI-83 Plus Silver edition does not have the capability to factor variables.

Dec 16, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Silver...

The TI-83 Plus does not have any built-in base conversion capabilities. However, you will find plenty of programs for doing so at http://www.ticalc.org

Nov 09, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Hello,

Read the following answer from the TI Knowledge Base.

Hope it helps.

*How can I troubleshoot an Error in Xmit error message when transferring data between two graphing calculators?
*

The*Error in Xmit*
error message is returned when a connection cannot be established
between two calculators when attempting to transfer data. There are
several factors that can contribute to this error message.

• The calculators being connected are not compatible for data transfer.

• The data cable is not firmly connected to both units.

• The receiving calculator is not in receive mode.

• The I/O port on one of the graphing calculators is damaged.

**The procedure for connecting two graphing calculators is as follows:**

• Connect the data cable to the I/O port of each unit. The cable will fit tightly in the I/O port and snap into place. If silver from the cable is visible, the cable is not properly connected.

• Access the Link menu on each unit

• Place the receiving graphing calculator on "Receive"

• Place the sending unit on "Transmit" or "Send" from the Link menu.

Once the data has been selected, the transfer will commence accordingly.

**The data transfer protocols for graphing calculator** **is as follows:**

• TI-73 - Link allows data sharing with another TI-73, TI-82, TI-83, and TI-83 Plus.

• TI-82 - Link allows data sharing with another TI-82.

• TI-83 - Link allows data sharing with the TI-82, TI-83 family calculator, and TI-84 Plus family calculator.

• TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus family- Link allows data sharing with another TI-82, TI-83 family calculator, and TI-84 Plus family calculator.

• TI-85 - Link allows data sharing with another TI-85(To a TI-86. Not From a TI-86).

• TI-86 - Link allows data sharing with another TI-86 and from a TI-85 to a TI-86.

• TI-89 family- Link allows data sharing with another TI-89 family calculator and from a TI-92 family calculator.

• TI-92 family- Link allows data sharing with another TI-92 family calculator and from a TI-89 family calculator.

• Voyage™ 200 - Link allows data sharing with another Voyage 200 and TI-92 family calculator.

If the cable does not fit properly into the I/O port, or if the I/O port appears to be damaged (broken or separated plastic, obstruction inside the port), call 1-800-TI-CARES (1-800-842-2737) M-TH 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM FRI 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM Central Standard Time to speak to a representative or sending an email to ti-cares@ti.com.

Read the following answer from the TI Knowledge Base.

Hope it helps.

The

• The calculators being connected are not compatible for data transfer.

• The data cable is not firmly connected to both units.

• The receiving calculator is not in receive mode.

• The I/O port on one of the graphing calculators is damaged.

• Connect the data cable to the I/O port of each unit. The cable will fit tightly in the I/O port and snap into place. If silver from the cable is visible, the cable is not properly connected.

• Access the Link menu on each unit

• Place the receiving graphing calculator on "Receive"

• Place the sending unit on "Transmit" or "Send" from the Link menu.

Once the data has been selected, the transfer will commence accordingly.

• TI-73 - Link allows data sharing with another TI-73, TI-82, TI-83, and TI-83 Plus.

• TI-82 - Link allows data sharing with another TI-82.

• TI-83 - Link allows data sharing with the TI-82, TI-83 family calculator, and TI-84 Plus family calculator.

• TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus family- Link allows data sharing with another TI-82, TI-83 family calculator, and TI-84 Plus family calculator.

• TI-85 - Link allows data sharing with another TI-85(To a TI-86. Not From a TI-86).

• TI-86 - Link allows data sharing with another TI-86 and from a TI-85 to a TI-86.

• TI-89 family- Link allows data sharing with another TI-89 family calculator and from a TI-92 family calculator.

• TI-92 family- Link allows data sharing with another TI-92 family calculator and from a TI-89 family calculator.

• Voyage™ 200 - Link allows data sharing with another Voyage 200 and TI-92 family calculator.

If the cable does not fit properly into the I/O port, or if the I/O port appears to be damaged (broken or separated plastic, obstruction inside the port), call 1-800-TI-CARES (1-800-842-2737) M-TH 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM FRI 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM Central Standard Time to speak to a representative or sending an email to ti-cares@ti.com.

Oct 22, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

2nd +

delete

all

scroll to L1and L2

press delete or enter (i have an 82)

delete

all

scroll to L1and L2

press delete or enter (i have an 82)

Feb 07, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Make sure you have the same number of points in the two lists.

Oct 22, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-82 Calculator

kinda. The TI-85 programs differently, lacks a table feature, is not upgradable, has redefinable keys, has a larger screen, is smaller, energy efficient, TI-86 semi-compatible, and is older.

The TI-84+ has archive memory, flash-upgradable, FSTN (clearer) screen, 16*8 screen, USB On-The-Go compliant, almost a centimeter longer, assembly language support, and a tad bit faster.

TI-82: $89

TI-83 Plus: $79-99

Free TI-85: $0

TI-84 plus: $119.99

TI-84+SE: $129-139

TI-89 Titanium: $149

The TI-84+ has archive memory, flash-upgradable, FSTN (clearer) screen, 16*8 screen, USB On-The-Go compliant, almost a centimeter longer, assembly language support, and a tad bit faster.

TI-82: $89

TI-83 Plus: $79-99

Free TI-85: $0

TI-84 plus: $119.99

TI-84+SE: $129-139

TI-89 Titanium: $149

Sep 06, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-85 Calculator

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