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"domain error" message on ti-89 titanium

When I type numbers in list 1 and list 2 and try regression, I get "Domain Error" message. Can you help me with this?
Kindly regards Jeppe

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  • Anonymous May 18, 2009

    It did not work for me


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I had the same problem, this worked for me:

Mode -> page 2 -> Exact/Approx change from "Exact" -> "Auto"

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    catamiser Oct 23, 2012

    It worked! Thank you so much.


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