The most powerful handheld functionality from Texas Instruments offered in a larger style to fit your needs. The Voyage 200 (the great update to the TI-92 Plus) with its large display and QWERTY keyboard lets you easily customize your handheld by adding new functionality through software applications.

### Getting Started

Initial start-up

Voyage 200 keys

Mode settings

Using the Catalog to access commands

Calculator Home screen

Working with Apps

Checking status information

Turning off the Apps desktop

Using the clock

Using menus

Using split screens

Managing Apps and operating system (OS) versions

Connecting your Voyage? 200 to other devices

Batteries

### Previews

Performing Computations

Symbolic Manipulation

Constants and Measurement Units

Basic Function Graphing I

Basic Function Graphing II

Basic Function Graphing III

Parametric Graphing

Polar Graphing

Sequence Graphing

3D Graphing

Differential Equation Graphing

Additional Graphing Topics

Tables

Split Screens

Data/Matrix Editor

Statistics and Data Plots

Programming

Text Operations

Numeric Solver

Number Bases

Memory and Variable Management

### Operating the Calculator

Turning the Calculator On and Off

Setting the Display Contrast

The Voyage 200 Keyboard

Modifier Keys

Entering Alphabetic Characters

Entering Numbers

Entering Expressions and Instructions

Formats of Displayed Results

Editing an Expression in the Entry Line

Menus

Selecting an Application

Setting Modes

Using the Clean Up Menu to Start a New Problem

Using the Catalog Dialog Box

Storing and Recalling Variable Values

Status Line Indicators in the Display

Calculator Home Screen

Calculator Home Screen

Saving the Calculator Home Screen Entries as a Text Editor Script

Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Information

Reusing a Previous Entry or the Last Answer

Auto-Pasting an Entry or Answer from the History Area

Creating and Evaluating User-Defined Functions

If an Entry or Answer Is “Too Big”

Finding the Software Version and ID Number

### Symbolic Manipulation

Using Undefined or Defined Variables

Using Exact, Approximate, and Auto Modes

Automatic Simplification

Delayed Simplification for Certain Built-In Functions

Substituting Values and Setting Constraints

Overview of the Algebra Menu

Common Algebraic Operations

Overview of the Calc Menu

Common Calculus Operations

User-Defined Functions and Symbolic Manipulation

If You Get an Out-of-Memory Error

Special Constants Used in Symbolic Manipulation

### Constants and Measurement Units

Entering Constants or Units

Converting from One Unit to Another

Setting the Default Units for Displayed Results

Creating Your Own User-Defined Units

List of Pre-Defined Constants and Units

### Basic Function Graphing

Overview of Steps in Graphing Functions

Setting the Graph Mode

Defining Functions for Graphing

Selecting Functions to Graph

Setting the Display Style for a Function

Defining the Viewing Window

Changing the Graph Format

Graphing the Selected Functions

Displaying Coordinates with the Free-Moving Cursor

Tracing a Function

Using Zooms to Explore a Graph

Using Math Tools to Analyze Functions

### Polar Graphing

Overview of Steps in Graphing Polar Equations

Differences in Polar and Function Graphing

### Parametric Graphing

Overview of Steps in Graphing Parametric Equations

Differences in Parametric and Function Graphing

### Sequence Graphing

Overview of Steps in Graphing Sequences

Differences in Sequence and Function Graphing

Setting Axes for Time, Web, or Custom Plots

Using Web Plots

Using Custom Plots

Using a Sequence to Generate a Table

### 3D Graphing

Overview of Steps in Graphing 3D Equations

Differences in 3D and Function Graphing

Moving the Cursor in 3D

Rotating and/or Elevating the Viewing Angle

Animating a 3D Graph Interactively

Changing the Axes and Style Formats

Contour Plots

Example: Contours of a Complex Modulus Surface

Implicit Plots

Example: Implicit Plot of a More Complicated Equation

### Differential Equation Graphing

Overview of Steps in Graphing Differential Equations

Differences in Diff Equations and Function Graphing

Setting the Initial Conditions

Defining a System for Higher-Order Equations

Example of a 2nd-Order Equation

Example of a 3rd-Order Equation

Setting Axes for Time or Custom Plots

Example of Time and Custom Axes

Example Comparison of RK and Euler

Example of the deSolve( ) Function

Troubleshooting with the Fields Graph Format

### Tables

Overview of Steps in Generating a Table

Setting Up the Table Parameters

Displaying an Automatic Table

Building a Manual (Ask) Table

### Additional Graphing Topics

Collecting Data Points from a Graph

Graphing a Function Defined on the Home Screen

Graphing a Piecewise Defined Function

Graphing a Family of Curves

Using the Two-Graph Mode

Drawing a Function or Inverse on a Graph

Drawing a Line, Circle, or Text Label on a Graph

Saving and Opening a Picture of a Graph

Animating a Series of Graph Pictures

Saving and Opening a Graph Database

### Split Screens

Setting and Exiting the Split Screen Mode

Selecting the Active Application

### Data/Matrix Editor

Overview of List, Data, and Matrix Variables

Starting a Data/Matrix Editor Session

Entering and Viewing Cell Values

Defining a Column Header with an Expression

Using Shift and CumSum Functions in a Column Header

Sorting Columns

Saving a Copy of a List, Data, or Matrix Variable

### Statistics and Data Plots

Overview of Steps in Statistical Analysis

Performing a Statistical Calculation

Statistical Calculation Types

Statistical Variables

Defining a Statistical Plot

Statistical Plot Types

Using the Y= Editor with Stat Plots

Graphing and Tracing a Defined Stat Plot

Using Frequencies and Categories

If You Have a CBL 2 or CBR

### Programming

Running an Existing Program

Starting a Program Editor Session

Overview of Entering a Program

Overview of Entering a Function

Calling One Program from Another

Using Variables in a Program

Using Local Variables in Functions or Programs

String Operations

Conditional Tests

Using If, Lbl, and Goto to Control Program Flow

Using Loops to Repeat a Group of Commands

Configuring the Voyage? 200

Getting Input from the User and Displaying Output

Creating a Custom Menu

Creating a Table or Graph

Drawing on the Graph Screen

Accessing Another Voyage 200, a CBL 2, or a CBR

Debugging Programs and Handling Errors

Example: Using Alternative Approaches

Assembly-Language Programs

### Text Editor

Starting a Text Editor Session

Entering and Editing Text

Entering Special Characters

Entering and Executing a Command Script

### Numeric Solver

Displaying the Solver and Entering an Equation

Defining the Known Variables

Solving for the Unknown Variable

Graphing the Solution

### Number Bases

Entering and Converting Number Bases

Performing Math Operations with Hex or Bin Numbers

Comparing or Manipulating Bits

### Memory and Variable Management

Checking and Resetting Memory

Displaying the VAR-LINK Screen

Displaying Information about Variables on the Home Screen

Pasting a Variable Name to an Application

Archiving and Unarchiving a Variable

If a Garbage Collection Message Is Displayed

Memory Error When Accessing an Archived Variable

### Connectivity

Connecting Two Units

Transmitting Variables, Flash Applications, and Folders

Transmitting Variables under Program Control

Upgrading the Operating System (OS)

Collecting and Transmitting ID Lists

Compatibility among the TI-89 Titanium, Voyage 200, TI-89, and TI-92 Plus

### Activities

Analyzing the Pole-Corner Problem

Deriving the Quadratic Formula

Exploring a Matrix

Exploring cos(x) = sin(x)

Finding Minimum Surface Area of a Parallelepiped

Running a Tutorial Script Using the Text Editor

Decomposing a Rational Function

Studying Statistics: Filtering Data by Categories

CBL 2 Program for the Voyage 200

Studying the Flight of a Hit Baseball

Visualizing Complex Zeros of a Cubic Polynomial

Solving a Standard Annuity Problem

Computing the Time-Value-of-Money

Finding Rational, Real, and Complex Factors

Simulation of Sampling without Replacement

Using Vectors to Determine Velocity