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EValueate feature Hi..I have a TI84 and I need to use the eVALUEate feature but don't see it or know where to find it. Can you help please?

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Re: eValueate feature

I'm just guessing (i don't know but this is my best guess) it's an aplication. try under the APPS button. above the sin and button. and look under there. HOPE this helps. sorry if it doesn't there's a good chance it won't GOOD LUCK.

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