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Yes, you can change the faceplate of the TI 84PLUS Silver Edition only, not the TI 84 Plus. Face plates are available for purchase at the TI online store.When you go the online store, select the country, then the calculator model. You will find them under accessories for the TI 84 Plus SE.
And why, pray tell, would you do such a thing? You will ruin your Ti84 Plus Silver Edition and will not have a working TI89. Besides, TI connect will refuse to transfer it. If you like the capabilities of the TI89 Titanium, buy a cheap or used one on e-bay or amazon.com and spare your TI84PLus SE.
Hi, You cannot use the ± in the definition of a function. If you need to consider two alternatives, you have draw each function separately, one function as Y1 and the other as Y2. I just checked the catalog of commands, and there is no ±.
If you connect it to the computer using ti connect device explorer you can try to do everything from there. Manage your memory. If you saying the plus sign is broke too, because it is the memory key too. I wonder if you "+">a would work. Just 2nd recall "a" when you need the plus sign. You can store it in any variable you want. Setting up systems to operate your calculator's memory management can be done on command or Entry Line. Much easier with Ti connect. You don't really need the plus sign or memory key to run very good memory management programs. Just remember to download from this site my ti 84 plus silver manual on how unarchive and run programs. I really don't recommend taking the calculator apart, they usually end up broke at that point.