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How to use TI 36x solar find sample variance

Hello,

I just bought the IT 36x solar and I don't know how to use all the functions. Do you know where I can get the full manual?

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I need to locate a manual for my TI-36X calculator.

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I never had a user manual and do not know how to use this type of calculator

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9.38x10^-8

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