Q: Where is arcosine on a TI-84 calculator?

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Short answer; you can't. But you can purchase (or borrow) a TI84 calculator and use the TI83's transfer cable to transfer data from the 83 to the 84 to your mac computer (the TI84 comes with a USB transfer cable).

On my graphing calculator, a TI84 Plus, I can enter the equation into the Y= (a button) and then graph it by hitting the Graph button.

Either press the carat button followed by a 3 or go to the math function and select cubed.

I believe that that isn't possible unless you have it ported to ti84 or you know how to. the file format is different, and the game is built for a separate calc.

No. I believe TI83+ and TI84 do use an operating system.

Press your Y = button, press X, press second button and then catalog. Press up button to save time and scroll up to > and press enter. then 4. This, >, symbol may be someplace else, but I do not renumber where and all symbols are in the catalog.

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The inverse of the cosine function is arcosine. The domain is −1 ≤ x ≤ 1 since the range of the cosine function is from -1 to 1. The range is from 0 to pi radians or 0 to 180 degrees.

A Texas Instruments graphing calculator can be used as a basic calculator, a scientific calculator and a graphing calculator.

The TI-85 was the second graphing calculator made by Texas Instruments. (The first was the TI-81). The TI-84 is a much newer version and has more functionality and memory. The only real advantage that the TI-85 has over the TI-84 is that it costs less. As far as where you are allowed to use the calculator, almost every test or class that allows a TI-85 will allow a TI-84 as well. The TI-84 is a much better investment. (If the TI-84 is too expensive, look into getting a TI-83. This model is also newer than the TI-85.)

pocket calculator is a calculator that we keep in our pocket

Yes for the calculator active but not for the calculator inactive.