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Bob Hazen

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Registered: 12/3/04
TI Discussion group
Posted: Nov 9, 2002 9:25 AM
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This is NOT an ad for TI, but information about their site that may be of
interest to all of you who use TI calculators:
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DISCUSSION GROUPS: TECHNOLOGY - Texas Instruments

http://www-s.ti.com/cgi-bin/discuss/sdbmessage.cgi?databasetoopen=calculator
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Read, search, and post to groups about a variety of Texas Instruments
products, including:

- Scientific Calculators
- TI-10
- TI-73
- TI-80/81
- TI-82/83/83 Plus/Silver Edition
- TI-85/86
- TI-89/Voyage
- 200/TI-92 Plus
- CAS and Symbolic Math Guide
- Graphing Calculator Comparisons
- Derive
- muLISP
- TI Connect
- TI-GRAPH LINK
- TI InterActive!
- CBL 2/CBL/CBR
- Business/Real Estate Calculators
- Software Development Kit for TI-83 Plus
- Software Development Kit for TI-89/92 Plus
- Software Development Kit for TalkTI
- General Programming
- Games and Game Programming
- Assembly Programming
- Other Calculator Topics

There are also links on the page to homework help groups. View any
discussion page by thread, date, topic, author, or
subject list.
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Bob Hazen
Orleans-Niagara Teacher Center Director (www.ontract.org)
AMTNYS President (www.amtnys.org)
GLOBE US Partner Coordinator (www.globe.gov)









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