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# TI_Part1 - Statistics with the Texas Instruments...

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Statistics with the Texas Instruments Calculators One Variable Descriptive Statistics & Normal Distribution Calculations Entering, Editing, and Sorting Data Press to get the statistics EDIT menu. Select 1:Edit in order to edit the lists (i.e. enter new data and/or delete old data). Displayed are the names of three lists ( ) 1, 2, 3 L L L and the various list entries (if any) arranged in columns. Scroll up and down to view and edit entries in a list. Scroll left and right to view and edit other lists. To enter data into an empty list, scroll to the row below the name. After each entry, press Í to move to the next row. To change an entry, scroll to the old entry and type the new entry. To insert data in the middle of a list, scroll to the desired position, press y / , and the entries will move down (leaving a space for the new entry). To delete a single entry, scroll to the entry and press 3 . To delete all entries in an entire list, move the cursor onto the list's name (in the top row of the screen) and press M Í . To add a new list, move the cursor onto the list's name and press y / . Type the name of the new list or select the name from the LIST menu by pressing y 9 . To exit the editor, press y 5 . If the editor seems to be functioning improperly and/or the list names are out of order when you are attempting to edit a list, exit the editor by pressing y 5 , then re-enter the editor by pressing , select 5:SetUpEditor , and press Í . Then press to get the statistics EDIT menu again – follow instructions above. After data has been entered into a particular list, you can sort it in either ascending order (i.e. from the smallest value to

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## This note was uploaded on 10/03/2010 for the course MATH Math 211 taught by Professor Sarahleyden during the Spring '10 term at Shoreline.

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