## How do I fix DOMAIN error on TI-89?

The TI-89, TI-89 Titanium, TI-92 Plus, and Voyage 200 cannot convert a decimal number (ex. 2.9) to another number base. If a Domain error is still given, then reset the default settings on the calculator. To do so, press [2nd] followed by [6] then [F1] [ENTER].

**How do I fix DOMAIN error on calculator?**

How to Fix Domain Error on the TI-84 Plus Silver Edition Graphing Calculator

- Turn on your TI-84 by pressing the “On” button.
- Type your formula or equation and press “Enter.” If you get an error message, scroll to “1:Quit” and press “Enter.”
- Press “2nd” and “Quit” or “Clear” as an alternative.
- Correct the error.

**What does it mean when a calculator says DOMAIN error?**

An ERR:DOMAIN will be displayed when performing a statistical regression where the data used does not fit the model for that particular regression. The error indicates that either: 1) There is an answer and it is out of the range of the calculator. 2) There is no solution for the problem.

### How do you reset a TI-89 calculator?

Turn on the TI-89 calculator and press the “2nd” and “6” buttons simultaneously. This key combination gives you access to the calculator’s memory menu. Press “F1” to get to the Reset menu. Press the “Right Arrow” key once to access the “RAM” menu and then the “Down Arrow” key once to highlight “Default.”

**Why does my calculator Say domain error TI 30x IIS?**

The error message “FRQ DOMAIN Error” indicates that one of the frequency entries for a statistics problem exceeds the maximum number allowed. The maximum value for a frequency value is 99.

**How do I set domain restrictions?**

To limit the domain or range (x or y values of a graph), you can add the restriction to the end of your equation in curly brackets {}. In the example graph above the line y=2x is restricted for x values between 1 and 3. You can also use restrictions on the range of a function and any defined parameter.

#### Why does my TI-84 calculator say error domain?

An ERR:DOMAIN will be displayed when performing a statistical regression where the data used does not fit the model for that particular regression.

**How do I fix stat errors?**

The “STAT Error” that appears when the DATA button is pressed indicates that the calculator does not have a statistics mode set. In the menu that appears select either 1-VAR, if you have one list of data, or 2-VAR, if you have 2 lists of data. Press [Enter] to set the mode.

**How do you find the critical value on a TI-89?**

How to Find a Critical Value on a Ti-89 Titanium (Left-Tailed…

- Step 1: Press Apps, scroll to the Stats/List Editor, and press Enter.
- Step 2: Press F5 2 1, to get to the Inverse Normal screen.
- Step 3: Enter .
- Step 4: Enter 0 for the mean, μ and 1 for the standard deviation, σ.
- Step 5: Press Enter.

## What is the syntax error in TI 89?

TI 89 Syntax Error Problem: your calculator gives you a “Syntax Error” when you try to solve a series of arguments. Solution: Double check your inputs: A syntax error is usually due to missing parentheses to open and close your arguments. 7. Undefined Variable Problem: Your TI 89 gives you an “Undefined Variable” error.

**How do you fix undefined variable error on TI 89?**

Undefined Variable Problem: Your TI 89 gives you an “Undefined Variable” error. Solution: This is usually due to a typo in your inputs. Double check them for errors. If you haven’t made any typos, reset the variable memory. This clears out the variables, giving you a fresh start (and hopefully, eliminating the error).

**Why do I get Titi 89 dimension error?**

TI 89 Dimension Error This is one of those codes that may have several causes. If you’re getting Error: Dimension, the variable you are using, e.g. x, doesn’t match the function you are inputting. Clear out the variables with one of the following:

### How do I reset the memory on my TI 89 calculator?

To reset the memory (this is essentially a factory reset— you’ll lose your data): Turn the calculator [ON]. Press [2nd] then [6] to display the memory menu. Press [F1] for the reset menu. Select 2 (Default) by using the arrow keys. Press [ENTER] three times. Reference: Module 1 (TI-89 site). 2. TI 89 Argument Error