TI84 usage for graphing Essay

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TI83+/TI-84+ Calculator Instructions
Several units in the CPM Statistics and Probability Resource assume that students have daily access to a TI-83+ or TI-84+ graphing calculator and that the teacher has access to a whole-class calculator display. It is expected that students will have their graphing calculators available at all times, including for any additional problems you may assign for homework.
Teachers should note that the procedures for other TI graphing calculators (TI-89, TI-73, and others), and calculators from other manufacturers, are very different.
Before teaching any lesson that uses technology, be sure to set up and test your equipment in advance to make sure that batteries, software, and the projection system are working properly. It makes sense to have extra batteries and a replacement projector bulb readily available. It also is a good idea to walk through the activity using the actual technology in the classroom yourself before the day of the lesson to review the key strokes and anticipate any issues that may arise during the lesson.

CPM TI-83/TI-84 Calculator Instructions

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TI83+/TI-84+ Calculator Instructions

X. WHOLE-CLASS PROJECTION.......................................................................................... 3
1. GETTING STARTED – ADJUSTING SETTINGS
1a. “Classic” View ............................................................................................................... 4
1b. Resetting the Calculator.................................................................................................. 5
1c. MODE settings ............................................................................................................... 5
2. ENTERING DATA
2a. Lists of Data ................................................................................................................... 6
2b. Clearing Lists Of Data .................................................................................................... 7
2c. Editing Lists Of Data...................................................................................................... 8
2d. Copying Lists of Data..................................................................................................... 8
2e. Sorting Lists of Data....................................................................................................... 8
3. UNIVARIATE DATA
3a. Displaying a Boxplot ...................................................................................................... 9
3b. Displaying a Histogram .................................................................................................10
3c. Comparing Distributions................................................................................................11
3d. Getting Statistics: Summarizing Data Numerically ........................................................12
4. BIVARIATE DATA
4a. Setting Up A Scatter Plot...............................................................................................13
4d. Least Squares Regression Line (LSRL)..........................................................................14
4e. Correlation Coefficient ..................................................................................................15
4f. Residuals .......................................................................................................................16
4g. Residual Plots................................................................................................................16
4h. Non-Linear Regressions.................................................................................................17
5. THREE REPRESENTATIONS OF FUNCTIONS
5a. Entering Equations