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Selecta unit modifier ('") for anypartofan entry. Entrieswith unitmodifiers are interpreted accordingly,
overriding the Anglemode. To convert an entry: Set the Angle mode to the unityou want to convert to. Then use a unitmodifier to designate the unitto convert from. (Anglesof trigonometric functions convert values insideparentheses first.), or Select DMS, which convertsan entryto DMS ('")
Notation.

Themostrecently calculated result is stored tothevariable Ans. Ans is retainedin memory, even afterthe TI-30X n is
turned off. To recall the value of Ans:

Press [2nd] [ans](Ansdisplays on thescreen), or Press any operations key(L), Q, PvJO, etc.)as thefirst part of an entry. Ans and the operatorare bothdisplayed.

Order of Operations
The TI-30XII uses EOST

(Equation Operating System)to

evaluate expressions. 1st Expressions inside parentheses. 2nd Functions that need a) and precede the argument, such as sin, log, and all R<-P menu items.

Trigonometry

[SIN] [COS] [tan] [2ndl[SI N -1][COS-1][TA N-i]

Examples:See the last page of these instructions for keystroke examples thatdemonstrate many ofthe TI-30X n functions. Examples assume alldefault settings. Ion] turnson the TI-30XII. [2nd] [off] turns itoffand clears the display. APD (Automatic PowerDown) turnsoffthe TI-30XII automatically ifno keyis pressed forabout 5 minutes. Press[M]afterAPD. Thedisplay, pending operations, settings, and memory are retained. 2-LineDisplay: The firstline(Entry Line) displays an entry ofupto 88 digits (or47 digits forStat or ConstantEntry Line). Entriesbegin on the left; those withmore than 11 digits scroll to the right. Press and0 toscroll the line. Press [2nd] 0 or [2nd] 0 to movethe cursorimmediately to the beginning or end ofthe entry. The secondline (Result Line)displaysa resultofup to 10 digits,plus a decimalpoint,a negative sign, a "x10" indicator, and a 2-digit positiveor negative exponent. Results thatexceed the digit limit are displayed in Scientific
Notation.
Indicator

3rd
4th

Fractions.
Functionsthat are entered after the argument, such as x2and angle unitmodifiers ('" r 9). Exponentiation (A) and roots (XV^).

Entertrigonometric functions (sin,cos, tan, sin-', cos1, tan-1), justas youwould write them.Set the desiredAngle mode before starting trigonometric calculations.

Hyperbolics

[2ndTHYPl

5th

6th 7th
8th

Negation (-). Permutations (nPr) and combinations (nCr).


Multiplication, implied multiplication, division.

[2nd] [hyp] displays the HYP indicator and accesses the hyperbolic function of the nexttrigonometry keythat you press. Angle modes do notaffecthyperbolic calculations.

Logarithms

[LOG! M MhO'lle'l

9th

Addition and subtraction.

10th Conversions (A b/c*>d/e, F*>D, DMS).

11th \iNlUi\ completesalloperations and closes allopen parentheses.

Ilog Iyieldsthe common logarithm ofa number. [ln] yields thelogarithm ofa number to the base e
(e=2.819291929).

Clearingand Correcting
ICLEARI Clears an error message. Clearscharacterson entryline. Movesthe cursor to last entry in history

(2nH)[iOx] raises 10to the power you specify. [2nd][ex] raisese tothe power you specify.

Rectangular<->Polar

l5aifrPl

Definition 2nd function.

once display is clear.


Ideli Deletes the character at the cursor.

2nd
HYP

[2nd] [r-p] displays a menu to convert rectangular coordinates(x,y) to polarcoordinates (r,9)or viceversa. Set Angle mode,as necessary, beforestartingcalculations.
Constants

Deletes all characters to the rightwhen

Hyperbolic function. Fixed-decimal setting. Scientific or Engineering Notation.


Statistical mode.

you hold down [del];then, deletes1


character to the left of the cursor each

FIX

SCI, ENG
STAT

time you press [del].

[2nd] [k]turns Constant mode onand letsyou define a


constant.

DEG, RAD,
GRAD K

Angle mode(degrees, radians,or gradients).


Constant mode is on.

[2nd] [INS] [2nd] [clrvar] [2nd] [STAT]


CLRDATA

Inserts a character at the cursor.

Clears all memory variables. Clearsalldata pointswithout exiting


STAT mode.

X10
t 1

Precedes the exponentin Scientific or Engineering Notation. Anentryis stored inmemory beforeand/or
after the active screen. Press and to
scroll.

fJnd][EXlT STAT]Y Clears all datapoints and exits STAT

mode.
[2ndl [reset] Y or Resets the TI-30XII. Returnsunitto default settings; clears memory

To store an operation to K and recallit: 1. Press [2ndTKl. 2. Enterany combination of numbers, operators, and/or values, up to 44 characters, beginning with an operator. 3. Press \l"ltR\ to save the operation. Kdisplays inthe
indicator line.

[on] &iclearj

variables, pending operations, all entries


inhistory, and statistical data; clears
constant mode and Ans.

4. Eachsubsequenttime you pressfjggjj], theTI-30XII recallsthe stored operation and appliesitto the last answer or the currententry.
Press [2nd] [k] again to turnConstantmodeoff.

*-

An entry or menu displays beyond 11 digits. Press or0 to scroll.

2ndFunctions: [2nd] displays the2nd indicator, and then


selects the 2nd function (printedabove keys) of the next keypressed. Forexample, [2nd] [-T]25 \T\ FW"1 calculates the square rootof 25 and returnsthe result,5.

Fractions

(Ml rjnd][FD] [2ndllAK<te1 f^m Memory

|MEMVAR| [sToE H[RCL][CLRVAR]

Menus: Certain TI-30XII keys display menus:ImemvarI. [2nd] [RCL], [STOT], [2nd] [STAT], ISTATVARI, [2nd] [EXIT STAT], [PRBl, [DRGl, E3, [2nd] [R-P],[2nd) [SCI/ENG], [2nd) [FIX], and [2nd] [RESET].
Press or 0 to move the cursor and underlinea menu item. Toreturn to the previous screen without selectingthe
item, press IclearI. To select a menu item:

Fractional calculations can display fractional or decimal results. Results are automatically simplified. |a5]entersa fraction. Press(M) between whole number,
numerator, and denominator. The unit, numerator, and

The TI-30X JJ has 5 memory variablesA, B,c, D, and E. You can store a real numberor an expression that results ina real numberto a memory variable.
ImemvarI accesses the menu of variables.

denominator must be positive integers. fjnd] [fd] converts between fractions and decimals. fjnd) [AVc^ii/e] converts between mixed numbersand simplefractions.

|sto>| lets you store values to variables.

GEO [rcl] recalls the values ofvariables. [2nd] [clrvar] clears allvariable values.

Notation
7U=3.141592653590 for calculations.

[2nd][FIX] lJnd][sci/ENG] fJnd][EE]

Press lfc"IERl while the item is underlined, or

[2nd] [fix] displays the Decimal Notation mode menu. These modesaffect only thedisplay ofresults. F(default)
restores standard notation (floating-decimal) format. 0123456789 sets decimal places to n (0-9), retaining
numeric notation mode format.

For menu items followed by an argument value, enter the argumentvalue whilethe item is underlined.The item and the argument valueare displayed on the previous screen.
Previous Entries

71=3.141592654 fordisplay.

Angle Modes
IDRGl displays a menu tospecify the Angle mode as degrees, radians,or gradients. F*l displays a menu tospecify the Angle unit modifierdegrees(),radians (r), gradients (9), or DMS ('"). It also letsyouconvertan angle to DMS Notation (>DMS). To set the Angle mode forany partof an entry: SelecttheAngle mode. Entries are interpreted and results displayed according to the Angle mode,or

[2nd] [sci/eng] displays the Numeric Notation mode menu. These modesaffect only thedisplay ofresults. FLO (default): Floating Notation, with digits totheleft and
rightof the decimal
SCI: Scientific Notation

After an expression is evaluated, use and to scroll throughpreviousentries, whichare stored in the TI-30X n memory. Youcannot retrievepreviousentries whilein STAT mode. You can edita previous entryand press l^nni t0 evaluate the new expression.

ENG: Engineering Notation (exponent is a multiple of3)

[2nd] [EE] entersa value inScientificNotation, regardless ofthe numeric notation mode. Press O before entering a
negative exponent.

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Statistics |2WSTAT||EXITSTAT| [DATA] ISTATVAR]


1-VAR analyzes statisticaldata from 1 data set with1 measured variable, x. 2-VAR stats analyzes paireddata from 2 data sets with 2 measured variablesx, the
ARGUMENT A function does not have the correct number

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of arguments.
DIVIDE BY 0

independent variable, and y, thedependent variable. You


can enter up to 42 data sets.

You attempted to divide by0.


In statistics, n=1.

Todefine statistical data points: 1. Pressfjnd] [STAT], Select1-VAR or2-VAR and press GZ2E3- TheSTAT indicator displays.
2. Press [data].
3. Enter a value for Xi.

Forgeneral questions, contact Texas Instruments Customer Support:


phone: 1-800-TI-CARES

DOMAIN You specified an argument to a function outside the validrange. For example:

(1-800-842-2737)
e-mail: ti-cares@ti.com

For xtf x =0 ory <0 and x not an odd integer.


Foryx: y and x = 0; y <0 and x notan integer. ForVx: x<0.
For LOG or LN: x < 0.

4. Press.

Fortechnical questions, callthe Programming Assistance Group of Customer Support:


phone: 1-972-917-8324 Customers outside the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico, and the

In1-VAR stat mode,enter the frequency ofoccurrence (frq) ofthe data point. FRQ defaults. IfFRQ=0, the data pointis ignored. In2-VAR stat mode,enter the value forY1 and press

For TAN: x = 90, -90, 270, -270, 450, etc.

ForSIN-1orCOS-1: |x|>1. For nCror nPr: n or r are not integers > 0. Forx!: x is notan integer between 0 and 69.

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5. Repeat steps3 and 4 until alldata points are entered.

You must pressESEjj] or to save the last data point

or FRQ valueentered. Ifyou add or deletedata points, theTI-30X n automatically reorders thelist. 6. When all pointsand frequencies are entered: Press IstatvarI to display the menu ofvariables(see tablefordefinitions) and theircurrentvalues,or
Press Idata| to return to the blank STATscreen. You

EQUATION LENGTH error Anentryexceeds the digit limits (88forEntry Line and47 for Stator Constant Entry lines); forexample, combining an entrywith a constantthat
exceeds the limit.

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Always contactTexas Instruments CustomerSupportbefore

FRQ DOMAIN FRQ value (in1-VAR stats) < 0 or >99, or not an integer.

returning a product forservice.


Customers outside the U.S. and Canada

can do calculations with data variables(x, y, etc.).


Select a variable from the IstatvarI menu and then

OVERFLOW 18|> 1e10,where6 is an angle ina trig, hyperbolic, or R>Pr( function.


STAT

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press I"'I*" [ to evaluate the calculation.


7. When finished:

Press fjnd] [stat] and select CLRDATA to clearalldata points without exiting STAT mode, or Press[2nd] [exitstat] [%nq toclearall data points, variable and FRQ values,and to exitSTAT mode (STAT indicator turnsoff).
Variables
n

Pressing IstatvarI withno defined data points. When not in STAT mode, pressing IdataI,IstatvarI, or [2nd] [EXIT STATl.

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SYNTAX The command contains a syntaxerror: entering morethan 23 pending operations or 8 pending values;or having misplaced functions, arguments, parentheses, or
commas.

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Definition

xory

Sx or Sy ox or oy

Number of x or (x,y) data points. Meanofallx or y values. Samplestandard deviation ofx or y. Population standarddeviation of x or y.

Battery Replacement
1. Usinga smallPhillips screwdriver, removescrews from
back case.

onlyto theoriginal purchaser and user ofthe product. WarrantyDuration. ThisTlelectronic product is warranted tothe
original purchaser fora periodof one (1)year fromthe original
purchase date.

ZxorZy Sum of all xoryvalues. Sx2ory2 Sum of all x2 or y2 values.


Zxy Sumof(x* y)for all xypairs. Linear regression slope. Linear regressiony-intercept.
Correlation coefficient.

2. Remove protective cover. Starting from the bottom, carefully separate frontfrom back. Caution:Be careful notto damageany internal parts. 3. Using a smallPhillips screwdriver (ifnecessary), removeoldbattery; replacewith newone.
Caution: Avoid contactwith other TI-30XIIcomponents whilechangingthe battery.

Warranty Coverage. ThisTl electronicproductis warrantedagainst


defective materials and construction. THIS WARRANTY IS VOID IF THE PRODUCT HAS BEEN DAMAGED BY ACCIDENT OR

UNREASONABLE USE, NEGLECT,IMPROPERSERVICE,OR


OTHER CAUSES NOT ARISING OUT OF DEFECTS IN

MATERIALS OR CONSTRUCTION.

4. Ifnecessary, press [M] and |clear| at the same time to reset the TI-30X n (clearsmemory and allsettings).
Caution: Dispose of old batteries properly. Donot
incinerate batteries or leave where a child can find them.

Warranty Disclaimers. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARISING


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x' (2-VAR)

y' (2-VAR)

Uses a and b to calculate predictedx value whenyou input a y value. Uses a and 6 to calculatepredicted y value whenyou input an x value.

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In Case of Difficulty
Review instructions to be certain calculations were

OR OTHERINCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL COSTS, EXPENSES, OR DAMAGES INCURRED BYTHE CONSUMEROR


ANY OTHER USER.

Probability
npr Calculates the number ofpossible permutations of n itemstaken rat a time,givenn and r.The

order of objects is important, asin a race.


nCr Calculates the number ofpossible combinations
of n items taken rat a time, given n and r. The orderof objectsis not important, as ina hand of

performed properly. Press \M\ and ICLEARl at the same time. Thisclears all memory and settings. Checkthe battery to ensure thatit is freshand properly
installed.

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cards.
I Afactorial is the product ofthe positive integers

69.
rand

from1 to n. n must be a positivewhole number <

Change the batterywhen: [on] does not turn the uniton, or The screen goes blank, or Youget unexpected results. To continue using the TI-30X IIS (Battery/Solar)* until you can change the battery: 1. Exposethe solar panelto brighter light. 2. Press [on] andICLEARl at the same timeto reset the calculator.This clears allsettings and memory.

WarrantyPerformance.During the aboveone (1)yearwarranty


period,yourdefectiveproductwill be either repairedor replaced witha reconditioned modelof an equivalentquality (at Tl's option)
when the product is returned, postage prepaid, to Texas

Generates a random real numberbetween0 and 1. To control a sequence of random numbers, store an integer(seed value)> 0 to rand. The seed value changes randomlyevery time a randomnumber is generated. RANDI Generates a random integerbetween 2 integers,A and 6, where A < RANDI < 6. Separate the 2 integers witha comma.

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requirement, no chargewill be madeforsuchrepairand/or


replacement. Tl strongly recommendsthat youinsure the product for value priorto mailing.
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Operatesinwell-lit areas usingsolar cell. Operatesin other lightsettings using battery.

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