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TI-82 WANT COME ON

HI, I RECENTLY PUT NEW BATTERIES IN MY TI-82 CALCULATOR. WHEN I PUSH THE ON BUTTON , IT WANT DO ANYTHING. IT APPEARS TO BE DEAD. CAN THIS BE FIXED ?

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If you haven't tried this already, adjust the brightness (2nd + Up Arrow). Also, the backup battery, which is removed by unscrewing a small plastic panel in the battery compartment, may need to be replaced as well.

Posted on Jan 10, 2008

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It turns out that batteries that checked out as ok on a battery tester were not ok enough.

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Well, in most calculators, the action of taking out the backup battery practically clears the whole thing. Memory, everything. I myself have a Ti-89 and have not yet experienced this problem, but I have on an older Ti-82 and removed the backup battery and the whole thing is dead now, or at least nothing happens when I turn it on, even after replacing the batteries again. If you still have the manual, I would check out the troubleshooting. If you don't have it, try to find it online. And if you have done both of these things, try getting hold of technical support through Texas Instruments.

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you should first put it in the form y=mx+b
m-slope
b-y-intercept
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-x -x 1subtract x from both sides

2y=4-x
/2 /2 2 divide both sides by 2 (to get y alone)

y=2- x/2 now you can put that into your calc. (Y= button)it would like like this on your screen Y1=2-X/2 (X is found under mode)
next hit graph

2nd, TABLE will give you a list of x-values and y-values
hoped i didn't leave anything out and i hope this helped

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