## How do I get my TI 84 back to factory settings?

Q: How can I completely reset my TI 84 Plus back to the factory default settings?

- Press 2nd MEM (that is the second function of the + key)
- Choose 7 (Reset)
- Scroll right so that ALL is selected.
- Press 1.
- Press 2 (Reset, and read the warnings)

## How do you get to the home screen on a TI 84 Plus?

There are several different displays, or screens on your TI calculator. The main screen is called the home screen. If you find yourself at another screen, press 2 . to return to the home screen.

**How do I change the window settings on my TI 84?**

Here are the steps to set your graphing window:

- Press [WINDOW] to access the Window editor. See the first screen.
- Enter nMax. Choose a value of nMax that is as large as you might need; try 100.
- Enter the Xmin. Enter Xmin = 0 for an aesthetically pleasing graph.
- Enter the Xmax.
- Enter the Ymin.
- Enter the Ymax.

### How do you reset a TI-84 Plus calculator?

Press the right arrow button twice to scroll right, then select “1: All Memory.” Select “2: Reset.” Your TI-84 calculator will erase all data, programs, and apps from the device. When complete, the screen will display “RAM Cleared.” Your TI-84 will now be reset and restored to the original factory settings.

### How do you find the ClrHome on a TI-84?

The simple ClrHome command is the command you use to clear the home screen….While editing a program, press:

- PRGM to enter the PRGM menu.
- RIGHT to enter the I/O menu.
- 8 to choose ClrHome, or use arrows.

**Can I put pictures on my TI-84 Plus CE?**

TI-84 Plus CE Image Vars in the TI Connect™ CE software and load them to the calculator. You cannot create images on the calculator. Image Vars and Pic Vars can only be shared with another TI-84 Plus CE or TI-84 C graphing calculator.

## What is a good window range for TI-84?

By default the window size for the graph is -10 to 10 for the X and Y axes. There are multiple ways to adjust the window size, we’ll cover them all but we’ll start with the most simple way.

## What should the window settings be on a graphing calculator?

The standard window for graphing is: Xmin and Ymin mean the minimum value for the axes. Xmax and Ymax is the maximum value. Xscl and Yscl are the values of each tick mark on the axes. (TIP: If the scale is set too low the axis will be drawn very thick, which may hide information about the graph.)

**What is the primary screen of the TI-84 Plus?**

Home Screen The home screen is the primary screen of the TI-84 Plus. On this screen, enter instructions to execute and expressions to evaluate. The answers are displayed on the same screen. Chapter 1: Operating the TI-84 Plus Silver Edition 8

### What is the difference between the TI-84+ and TI-83+?

The TI-84+ graphing calculator operates on a Zilog Z80 CPU, running at 15 MHz. It retains the same functionality as its predecessor, the TI-83+, but offers more memory, and several updated features. Keypress sequences that work on one usually work on the other. The keys on the TI-84+ are colour-coded by function.

### How do you turn on a TI-84 Plus graphing calculator?

Turning On the Graphing Calculator To turn on the TI-84 Plus, press É. • If you previously had turned off the graphing calculator by pressing yM, the TI-84 Plus displays the home screen as it was when you last used it and clears any error. The ykey accesses the second function printed in blue above each key.

**How does the TI-84 display the value of the window variable?**

When the instruction is executed, the TI-84 Pl us stores the value to the window variable and displays the value. @X and @Y The variables @Xand @Y(items 8 and 9 on the VARS (1:Window) X/Y secondary menu) define the distance from the center of one pixel to the center of any adjacent pixel on a graph (graphing accuracy).

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