Question about Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator
I am a mathematics instructor helping a student with a calculator problem. The calculator reports an overflow message for values it should be able to calculate. I know the calculator reports this message when the value of the number has more digits than is allowed for the given mode.
I am calculating an easy compound interest problem in one-step:
I use my older TI-83 and get the approximate answer 1271.21. I know this calculator should be able to evaluate this expression. Is this a fixable hardware problem or has TI announced anything lately about a repair? This is a brand new calculator and I have reset all of the original settings.
Tips for a great answer:
You may get
Memory Error when you try to access an archived variables. From the other hand
Memory Error message is displayed if there is not enough free RAM to access the
archived variables. For correcting Memory Error message use the 2ND then MEM to check RAM free size and 2ND then
VAR-LINK to determine the size of the archived variables that you want to
access. As the third step for correcting this problem deleting unnecessary variable
from RAM and archiving large variables or programs. By the definition, the RAM
free size must be larger than the archived variables
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