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TI-82 How do I enter a problem and get the answer but I want to go back and change some of the numbers to get another answer. Example:(24/1.06)+(20/1.06)=answer-$250=Answer. Once this happens, how can I go back to the problem and change the percentages to get another answer, instead of having to redo the problem over and over again.

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Press the second button and Enter (Entry) and your problem will appear in the next line

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