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You are on page 1of 2

Names of menu choices are shown in capital letters, e.g. EDIT.

Names of functions are shown in double quotes, e.g. "OneVa".

Names of variables are shown in single quotes, e.g. 'A1'.

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* To enter the statistics mode: hit the [2nd ] key, then the [STAT] key (second use of the [+] key).

* Choose EDIT on the menu - hit the [F2] key.

* Move cursor to top of screen - use the [UP ARROW] ; then move to the right - use the [RIGHT

ARROW] - until you come to a blank column. (Don't enter data into the xStat, yStat, or fStat

columns, if you want to save the lists.)

* Choose a name like 'A' for the list and type it in - you will already be in alpha mode at that point.

Hit the [ENTER] key. (If you get an error message, choose another name, like 'A1' or any name.)

* Enter the data by scrolling down with the [DOWN ARROW] or the [ENTER] key.

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* Re-enter the statistics mode, as above, in order to get the main stat menu.

* Choose CALC on the menu - [F1] key.

* Choose the "OneVa" function on the secondary menu - [F1] key again.

* Then type the name of the list you created. You will have to hit the [ALPHA] key first.

* Hit [ENTER].

(x bar) is the sample mean.

Σx is the sum of the data.

Σx 2 is the sum of the squares of the data.

Sx is the sample standard deviation.

σ x is the population standard deviation.

You will also see the median and the quartiles, etc., as you scroll down.

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TI-86 Keystroke Guide p.2

To find the line or curve that best fits a scatterplot of data involving matched pairs of data:

* Enter two lists of paired data as above, named e.g. 'A' and 'B' - where 'A' is the variable that you

would plot on the horizontal axis and 'B' is the variable you would plot on the vertical axis.

* Re-enter the statistics mode, as above, in order to get the main stat menu.

* Choose CALC on the menu - [F1] key.

* To get a straight line of best fit, choose the "LinR" function on the secondary menu - [F3] key.

* Or, if you want a different kind of curve to model the data, choose "LnR" (logarithmic), "ExpR"

(exponential), "PwrR" for any power function x n , "SinR" (sine wave), "LgstR" (logistic curve),

"P2Reg" (quadratic function), "P3Reg" (cubic function), etc.

* Then type the names of the lists you created, separated by a comma. So, your screen should now

read "LinR A,B" with the horizontal variable variable first.

* Hit [ENTER].

The screen will now show the statistical results, for linear regression:

y=a+b x (where the slope is 'b' and the intercept is 'a').

a=_________

b=_________

corr=_______ This is the correlation between A and B, which shows how good the straight

line fit is to the data. Values close to ± 1 show a good correlation - and the model is useful.

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* Enter the statistics mode, in order to get the main stat menu.

* Choose PLOT on the menu - [F3] key.

* Choose PLOT1 on the new menu - [F1] key. (Or choose PLOT2 or PLOT3.)

* Turn that plot ON - hit [ENTER].

* Scroll down once, with the [DOWN ARROW].

* Hit [ENTER] in order to choose the scatterplot format.

* Type the name you made up for the horizontal variable, e.g. 'A'. Hit [ENTER].

* Type the name you made up for the vertical variable, e.g. 'B'. Hit [ENTER].

* Choose the mark that shows the data points, then hit [ENTER].

* Hit [EXIT] twice, to return to the general screen.

* Enter the graphing mode - hit [GRAPH]. * Choose "y(x)=" - hit [F1].

* The plot that you activated should now show as being highlighted. De-select any other functions

that show in your "y(x)=" list.

* Change the x and y limits in the WINDOW of your screen in order to see all of the points.

* Display the scatterplot by choosing GRAPH - hit [2nd] [F5].

* Choose "y(x)=" - hit [F1].

* Type in the equation that the calculator gave earlier. In the case of linear regression, you want to

have: y1=a+b x. Finally, graph both the scatterplot and the regression line (or curve) together.

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