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Degrees, minutes and seconds button

Where do i find the degrees, minutes and seconds button on the texas instruments ti-84 plus

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Press the blue "2ND" button in the top left hand corner, then locate the "ANGLE" button, or "APPS" button and press.
It should give you a list of symbols.
The first two are: Degrees and Minutes.
As for seconds, press the green "ALPHA" button, then locate the "+" and press.

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