Question about Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

# Ti-89 titanium I just bought the TI calculator, I am not very computor savey, I am trying to solve limit problems , the manual said to put a comma between numbers as part of set-up, were is the comma? I have tried a veriaty of things. thank you rick

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The comma is close to the "(" and ")" simbols

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