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TI-89 Titanium Dimension Error

Every time I try to integrate, it says "Error: Dimension," but when I try the same problems on my friend's calculator, it works. How do I fix this?

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    I have exactly the same probleme!! please try to help us. Ican't work without this fonction.

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The folder your operating from could cause you problems. To integrate, I usually do that in the main folder, and I make sure I have all my variables deleted before I begin. The owners manual say under Dimension error is because of different sizes of lists, and that would be caused by undeleted variables.


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