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Wrong trigonometry data

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My Ti-84 Plus gives the wrong data for its trigonometry functions (e.g. it gives negative SIN values) and I'm wondering how I can fix it.

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Hit the mode button and switch it from radian to degrees. hope this helps it should. good luck

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