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thank you guys so much! it may sound weird, but i find myself very excited to get this calculator!
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Oh no, I assure you - it's not weird at all. :)
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:) oh, but i forgot to ask, how does the memory work? i mean do you have to switch out games every now and then or is there enough space for alot of them?
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One thing which always made me miserable was the fact that I can't have games on my calculator. :) I have this habit where I do a reset of the calculator every few questions. :)
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You'll figure it out. Memory is split into RAM and archive. Play around in the Memory menu for long enough and I'm sure you'll get it. :)
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Alright, thanks, i guess any other questions can only be answered by playing around with it. :)
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I have a TI-84+ SE, it has plenty of memory for lots of games. That's one of the downsides of the 89, most games are for the 83 and 84. Mine came with a bunch of useless ACT study cards and other languages, once I deleted those I had lots of memory. You can (and will need to) archive your games for the memory space. Definitely get Mirage OS to handle all of the games. I also downloaded a couple other applications from the makers of mirage, such as a 3D grapher, mostly just for fun http://www.detacheds...ons.com/graph3/ . Most schools use TI for sure, I would definitely go with the 84+ SE.

Also, I am almost positive that the TI-89 is not allowed on standardized tests
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