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Nmcdf and invnm

I'm borrowing my friends TI-86 because I lost mine a while back. I'm using it in my Statistics class right now. I need to use nmcdf and invnm but I can't find it on here. I think it might have been deleted. How do I get it back on here?

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  • Anonymous Mar 03, 2009

    you need to download something for your calculator??

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You need to download the Stats app for the Ti-86

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