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CHAPTER 11 Calculator Notes for the TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Plus

(continued)

Note 11A Entering e

To display the value of e, press 2nd

[e] ENTER

. To define an exponential

expression or function with base e, press 2nd

[e

x

].

Note 11B Normal Graphs

You can easily graph a normal curve with the normal probability

distribution function, normalpdf(. To find the normalpdf( command,

press 2nd [DISTR]

1:normalpdf(.

Follow these steps to graph a normal curve in Function mode:

a. Make note of the mean, , and the standard deviation, , of the

distribution.

b. Press Y

and define Y1normalpdf(X,,). Enter the numerical values of

and . Or if you have stored your data into lists and used 1-Var Stats to

calculate the mean and standard deviation, you can use the exact values

by pressing VARS

5:Statistics, and selecting 2:x for the mean and 4:x for the

standard deviation.

c. Set an appropriate window.

d. Press

GRAPH

.

These screens show a normal curve with a mean 3.1 and standard

deviation 0.14.

[2.7, 3.5, 0.1, 0.5, 3, 0]

To graph the standard normal distribution, that is, a normal curve with

mean 0 and standard deviation 1, you need enter only normalpdf(X).

Note 11C Probabilities of Normal Distributions

Calculating Ranges

The normal cumulative distribution function, normalcdf(, calculates the

area under a normal curve between two endpoints. To find the normalcdf(

command, press 2nd

[DISTR] DISTR 2: normalcdf(. For a standard

normal distribution with mean 0 and standard deviation 1, enter

normalcdf(lower,upper). For any normal distribution, with mean

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and standard deviation , enter the command in the form

normalcdf(lower,upper, , ).

Graphing Ranges

The ShadeNorm( command graphs the normal curve and shades the area

between the specified endpoints. It also reports the probability associated

with that area. To find the ShadeNorm( command, press 2nd

[DISTR] DRAW

1:ShadeNorm(.

To use the command, first set an appropriate window. Then, on the Home

screen, enter the command in the form ShadeNorm(lower,upper, , ).

[2.7, 3.5, 0.1, 0.5, 3, 0]

Note 11D Creating Random Probability Distributions

You can create lists of various kinds of distributions.

a. To create a uniform distribution, use MATH

PRB 1:rand. This example

creates a list of 200 values uniformly distributed between 20 and 50.

[20, 50, 2, 0, 50, 1]

b. To create a normal distribution, use MATH

PRB 6:randNorm(. This example

creates a list of 200 values with mean 35 and standard deviation 5. Almost

all of the values will be between 20 and 50.

[20, 50, 2, 0, 50, 1]

Note 11C Probabilities of Normal Distributions (continued) TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Plus

(continued)

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c. To create a left-skewed distribution, use the cube root of rand(. This

example creates a left-skewed population of 200 values between 20 and 50.

[20, 50, 2, 0, 50, 1]

d. To create a right-skewed distribution, use the cube of rand(. This example

creates a right-skewed population of 200 values between 20 and 50.

[20, 50, 2, 0, 50, 1]

Note 11E Correlation Coefficient

There are two ways to find a correlation coefficient, r, using the calculator.

You can manually enter the calculations yourself, or you can have the

calculator do the work for you.

First store your bivariate data into two lists, say list L1 for the x-values and

list L2 for the y-values.

Follow these steps to manually calculate r :

a. Calculate the two-variable statistics that you need for the formula by

pressing STAT

CALC 2:2-Var Stats 2nd

[L1]

,

2nd

[L2] ENTER

.

b. Start inputting the formula

(x

_

x )(y

_

y )

___________

s

x

s

y

(n 1)

by entering sum((L1. Do not

press ENTER yet. To find the sum( command, press 2nd

[LIST] MATH 5:sum(.

c. Press VARS

5:Statistics 2:x to enter x into the expression. Notice that by

pressing VARS 5:Statistics you can also get 1:n, 3:Sx, 5:y, and 6:Sy.

d. Enter the rest of the formula, ((L2y))(SxSy(n2)).

e. Press ENTER

to display the value of r.

Note 11D Creating Random Probability Distributions (cont.) TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Plus

(continued)

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Follow these steps to have the calculator compute r:

a. Press 2nd

[CATALOG] [D]. Scroll down to Diagnostic On. Press ENTER

ENTER

.

(Note: You need to do this step only once. After you turn the diagnostics

on, the setting remains on.)

b. Press STAT

CALC 8:LinReg(abx) 2nd

[L1]

,

2nd

[L2] ENTER

. (Note: You can

also use 4:LinReg(axb) instead of 8:LinReg(abx).)

c. The calculator displays the value of r, as well as other information about

the least squares line, which youll learn about later.

Note 11F Least Squares Line

The calculator can find the equation of the least squares line in either

the form y ax b or the form y a bx. To find the least squares

commands, press STAT

CALC 4:LinReg(axb) or 8:LinReg(abx). Either command

defaults to using list L1 for the x-values and list L2 for the y-values, but you

may specify another pair of lists by following the command with the list

names separated by a comma.

When you press ENTER

the calculator displays the slope and y-intercept of

the least squares line; the correlation coefficient, r; and the coefficient of

determination, r

2

.

To enter the equation of the least squares line into the Y screen, enter a

function name after the command. Find the function names by pressing

VARS

Y-VARS 1:Function.

Note 11E Correlation Coefficient (continued) TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Plus

(continued)

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2010 Kendll Hun Pulisin

If you forget to specify a function name, you can later paste the least squares

equation into the Y screen. Press Y

and go to the desired function. Then

press VARS

5:Statistics, go to the EQ submenu, and select 1:RegEq.

Note 11F Least Squares Line (continued) TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Plus

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