Question about Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator
When selecting L2 from the list, enter, I receive: ERR:INVALID DIM 1:Quit 2:Goto I fear I deleted L2 and L3.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How should I set my
If some of the lists are missing press the STAT button then select SetUpEditor and ENTER to restore all of them (without data, of course.)
If the statistical plots are turned OFF you can turn one of them back ON again. Press SHIFT Y1= to access STAT PLOTS. Press 4:Plots Off. A good habit to avoid problems. After you turn all plots OFF, you must turn one of them ON if you intend to draw statistical graphs. You can for example Turn Plot1 ON.
Press SHIFT 0 to enter catalog. Press x^-1 key to jump to the first command that starts with D.
Scroll down to reach DiagnosticsON, highlight it and press ENTER then ENTER.
Posted on Sep 16, 2011
If you want to know exactly where there is an error press the 2:Goto and the cursor will take you there. The message is clear: Some data you input is not of the right type.
Since you do not say much about what it is you are trying to do statistics on, I for one cannot guess. I suggest you press the STAT key and select 5:SetUpEditor then press ENTER.
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Posted on Nov 29, 2009
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