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Potential Purchase I'm looking at the purchase of one of the 80's series TI's. What I am looking to do is use the statistical portion of the calculator. Is it possible to then import the equasions to my personal PC and insert them in my reports. Thanks Dave

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  • dgee Feb 04, 2008

    Thanks Pboy

    I'll continue the research, but form the sound of what you are saying if I can hook the calculator to a PC I may be able to cut and paste into the report.

    Dave

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If you want to do that do not buy an 83 or 83+. all the 84's and all the 89's come with usb chords so you can hook them up to the computer, now how you do that i don't know cause i use an 83. You would have to do more research. I hope this can help. GOOD LUCK

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