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Charlotte Andreini

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Re: TI-83 -Reply
Posted: Jan 26, 1996 5:03 PM
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Tim,
The TI-83 was introduced at the Joint Mathematics Meeting in Orlando on Jan.
10. It is an enhanced TI-82 with advanced statistics and finance features.
The advanced statistics features include inferential statistics functions
(hypothesis tests and confidence intervals), distribution functions including
normal, t, chi-square, etc., and random number generators that sample from the
Normal and Binomial distributions.

TI worked with educators involved with the AP Statistics course development and
also with college Statistics instructors to define the statistics features
needed for teaching the AP Stat course or a 1st year college course in
Statistics.

For more information about the TI-83, call 1-800-TI-CARES or e-mail
ti-cares@ti.com. Also, you can visit the TI web site located at
http://www.ti.com/calc/docs/83.htm .

Best Regards,
Charlotte Andreini
Texas Instruments
Calculator Business and Market Development
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From TBrown@smtp(Timothy Brown){tbrown@lville.pvt.k12.nj.us}, on 1/26/96 12:08
PM:
To: olsen@smtp{olsen@chaos.k12.ames.ia.us}, pmyers@smtp{pmyers@woodward.edu}
Cc: apstatl@smtp{apstat-l@etc.bc.ca}

Whoa!
I guess I am really in the dark. I am just beginning to think about
what the TI-92 is going to mean to my first-year algebra students,
and I haven't even heard of the TI-83. Can someone fill me in and
tell me how to get hold of one?
Thanks.

Tim Brown
Lawrenceville School
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
<tbrown@lville.pvt.k12.nj.us>






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