The TI-92 Plus Graphing Calculator
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The ability to solve expressions and equations involving variables instead
of being restricted to numbers like most calculators. You can even solve systems of
equations or differential equations symbolically.
Included calc-to-calc cable allows for linking between two TI-92's, or
between the TI-92 and a TI-89 or a TI-92 Plus. In addition, it can be equipped
with a GraphLink or similar cable for access to computers.
High Resolution Display
The large 240 x 128 pixel screen is the largest screen of ANY graphing
calculator for extra clarity. In addition, new screen technology make
the screen easier to read in any light.
Over 500 KB of memory, 188 KB of RAM and 384-720 KB
* of archive and Flash application space.
Upgrade calculator software versions without replacing your calculator!
Expressions and equations are displayed on the TI-92 just as
they are written in a mathematics text or on a black board.
Creation and manipulation of complex geometric figures.
Familiar keyboard for ease of typing in programs, expressions, and equations.
Previous answers and queries, up to 99 within available memory, can be
displayed and retrieved to the answer line for easy administration.
Units of Measure and Constants
Extensive collection of units to use in calculations and conversions
and over 30 built-in constants from Physics and other sciences.
Note: The TI-92+ with newer AMS versions (2.03 and later) have
702 KB of user storage space. With the old hardware version 1,
you can only use this space for FlashROM applications, but with
the newer hardware version 2, you can use this space for FlashROM
applications, or general storage space, as you see fit. If you bought
your TI-92+ more than a year after its initial release and you did
not get an upgrade chip for your TI-92, you most likely have
hardware version 2.