Question about Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator
I have a cord that came with my graphing calculator. I can't find where it connects to my computer though it has the same end you would use to plug in a mic on a mobile phone, if that helps.
The cord that comes with the TI-83 Plus is a unit-to-unit link cable. It allows you to share data from one TI-83 (or other compatible TI calculator) to another. If you have the optional TI-GRAPH LINK adapter cable and the appropriate software it can also be connected to a PC.
For more info, here is the link to the manual. Chapter 19 discusses it in great detail.
Hope this helps..and good luck!
Posted on May 28, 2009
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