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In Home screen, from the command line, use keyboard to enter the NewProb command and run it.
Alternatively, from Home screen press [2nd][F1] to activate [F6: CleanUp]. Select 1:Clear a-z or 2:NewProb

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I am trying to get the answer to an indefinite integral. I keep getting "argument error" For example, I type in after the integral sign: (sin(x),x) and get the error message. Help!

You already have something stored with the name x. Either get rid of it or use a different name for the variable of integration.

You can see what variables you have stored by pressing 2ND [VAR-LINK] (the minus key).

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I tried using store function but a pop-up states: "Variable or flash application is locked, protected, or archived." what do i need to do to fix it?

You may be trying to store the function in a folder that already contains that function or name. Its called Error Folder, and you will get the errors you mentioned. Try copying the function under the same name to another folder. Go to the other folder, the one you just copied your function too and, rename the function something you don't think will conflict with the original folder. Simply store your function with the new name in the original folder. That should work, and hopefully you won't get any errors.

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You need the TINspire CAS (Computer Algebra System) to do symbolic manipulations. The Blue TINspire (with TI 84 keyboard) can only perform numerical computations.
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I would take the bad hose off and also write down any model numbers off of the pump and take them to my local parts store. Also take along the entire serial number off of your car. They can probably use this info to tell you what type of pump you have and what part you need.

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Remove the shifter knob, 2 screws and wire for safety switch from the center plate on the tractor. This will give you access to the variable speed pulley and limited access to the transmission pulley. Reach in under the seat area toward the transmission and "feel" for the pulley, slip the new belt on there first but check to make sure you are inside any belt guards. Next you want to get the belt on the top groove of the variable speed pulley (you may need to remove the belt guide or POSSIBLY bend it just far enough to get the belt on then bend it back in place. Lastly, you need to get the back side of the belt against the flat surface on the tensioner pulley in between the transmission and variable speed pulleys. This is a very stout spring and takes some effort to do but I lift up on the edge of the belt with one hand just enough to clear it and pull the tensioner pulley over with the other hand.
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After doing this division "7/4" I get the answer "1.75". I want to keep the whole number in one variable and the decimal part in another variable. What kind of program I could use to do that? Million of...

You may be able to find a program online that will automatically do what you want however if you don't have to do this too often you can just manually set "1" to a variable via the "STO-->" button (right above the "on" button-- select the value, pres sto-->, alpha and whatever variable you want) and set the ".75" to a variable.

Finding a program may be difficult for this type of program because you're trying to separate a whole number (essentially looking for a whole number and the remainder). You could always write a program for yourself but as I said before it might be a bit difficult.

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Hi to use "STO"

You can store values in A, B,C, D, and M.
If you do not like the result recalled from a particular memory, Store the correct value in it. To clear the memories (default) store 0 in each of them.

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Error 232*

Error 232 Severity 16
Error message text Arithmetic overflow error for type %s, value = %f.
Explanation This error occurs when Adaptive Server detects an arithmetic overflow error during execution of a SQL statement. Arithmetic overflows occur when a variable has too few places to store the converted data. In particular, Error 232 is raised when an overflow occurs for a variable of datatype float.
Error 232 can occur during execution of the convert function. It can also occur during implicit conversion within Adaptive Server, either during a stored procedure run or during execution of a SQL statement which converts a float value to some other datatype.
Action Determine which variable is causing the problem based on the datatype reported in the error message output and the SQL statement on which the error occurred. If the error occurs within a stored procedure, an additional error message will be displayed showing the name of the stored procedure and the line number where the error occurred.
Increase the size of the variable that is causing the error. If it is in a procedure, re-create the procedure.
If this error occurs on a Sybase-supplied system stored procedure, contact Sybase Technical Support.
Versions in which this error is raised

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Saving what I typed

Depends on what you are trying to save... you can save a variables(numbers) as a "stored value"(store and recall button [STO> and shift RCL>]).

You can bring back what you just typed in (without retyping it all) by hitting 2nd(or shift) enter.

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