#1
I have a Math Exam tommorrow and the teacher said if we bring a graphing calculator we have to have all the things erased on it before going in

I have the TI 83 Plus, how do you delete everything on memory besides the normal calculator functions that come with it?
#4
Quote by tom-the-lawn
I have a Math Exam tommorrow and the teacher said if we bring a graphing calculator we have to have all the things erased on it before going in

I have the TI 83 Plus, how do you delete everything on memory besides the normal calculator functions that come with it?

Advanced Functions? My exam's tomorrow too.


EDIT: Never mind, you're too old for highschool exams.
#5
Quote by tylerishot
Advanced Functions? My exam's tomorrow too.


EDIT: Never mind, you're too old for highschool exams.

Haha, although my profile says I'm about 23 I'm actually 15 and in Grade 10. My exam is in normal math, not advanced but good for university math.
#6
you want to write your program and archive it, if they try to erase all memory the program will still be there and you can cheat how much you want!
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