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Im in the matrix B, but I do not know how to erase the 2x2 off there to start over again?

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You can open the memory management program and delete the Matrix B.

  1. Press [2nd][+] to open (MEM)ory management.
  2. Select [2:Mem Mgt/Del..]
  3. Press [5:Matrix]
  4. In the list of Matrices , use the down Arrow to move cursor to the level of Matrix B and press [DEL] to delete it.
Alternatively:
  1. Press [2nd][X^-1] to open the (Matrix) editor
  2. Use the right Arrow to highlight [EDIT],
  3. Use the DownArrow to highlight [B] or press [2:[B]]
  4. The editor screen opens, with the cursor blinking on the first dimension
  5. Change the first dimension
  6. Use the right arrow move cursor to the 2nd dimension and change it, then [ENTER]
  7. In the matrix template that opens, type in the values: the old values will not be erased, so make sure you change them if necessary.

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