ticalc.org
Basics Archives Community Services Programming
Hardware Help About Search Your Account
   Home :: Archives :: News :: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much

7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Posted by Nick on 24 September 1999, 23:10 GMT

WALLA WALLA, WA - On Wednesday, a seventh grader attending Lincoln Middle School accidentally overclocked his TI-89 "a bit too much," sources say.

Glowing TI (thanks to DOZIEDO)

The student, named Bryant Kramss, replaced the C9 capacitor with one made of pure radium for reasons unknown. According to family members, Bryant "felt he had an innate need to make his TI-89 three kilohertz faster" by replacing it with the insanely unstable element.

As noticeable in the picture, taken in supposedly total darkness, the 89 has obtained a pale greenish glow. Rumors that the modified 89 does 100! in under a picosecond are unconfirmed.

Bryant was admitted to Holy Family Hospital in Walla Walla on Thursday morning after he happened to notice the growth of a small tumor and an extra arm. He was then given prompt chemotherapy and he is now in serious condition. He is expected to fully recover very soon, as the dosage of radiation was not severe enough to cause any permanent damage.

The 89 is currently under the FBI's custody, which is having tests run on it. The source of the radium is still unknown.

 


The comments below are written by ticalc.org visitors. Their views are not necessarily those of ticalc.org, and ticalc.org takes no responsibility for their content.


Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Nikku-kun Account Info

Wow ... I didn't know that seventh graders had TI-89s. I'm in tenth grade and only have a TI-82. :)

     24 September 1999, 23:29 GMT

Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
GMax  Account Info

Yea I'm in ninth and have an 83plus
I don't even know of anyone in my grade with an 89 (of course I will be)

     24 September 1999, 23:41 GMT

Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Chris Hagerman  Account Info

Haha, I win! I'm in 10th and I have a 92 Plus :-)

     25 September 1999, 00:05 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Chris Hammons  Account Info

I win! I got my TI-89 last year, in 9th grade!

     25 September 1999, 01:11 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
SRJ  Account Info
(Web Page)

well i got my ti-89 25 years ago; i stole it from a time-traveling moron

     25 September 1999, 03:18 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Ryan Schleich
(Web Page)

I think that you went a little overboard,but it was still funny!!

     25 September 1999, 04:13 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
SRJ  Account Info
(Web Page)

what's so overboard about the truth? ;-)

     25 September 1999, 04:32 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Ben Oman
(Web Page)

Ha, I Loose. I just bought an 86. So. I don't care. Besides, who needs an 89. Mario 86 Is only for the 86.

     25 September 1999, 04:56 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Steven Glick  Account Info

Well, I think I beat all of you.. I got my TI-92 in 7th grade, but I didnt know how to use it, and everyone called it a Game Gear.

But then I sold it in 11th grade when my Teacher said "This is too advanced, it is not fair to the other students", so I bought a TI-89.

     25 September 1999, 06:08 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
rob smith  Account Info

but it's the same thing :)

     25 September 1999, 06:22 GMT


Heheh
Dan_the_Tuba_Man  Account Info

To the teacher its not...teachers are dumb as they were not born in the computer era. THey grew up without fire and sticks. Sad...

     25 September 1999, 09:47 GMT


Re: Heheh I win
vbduck  Account Info
(Web Page)

I got my TI-89 this year in Algebra II (8th grade)
they have algebra II at my middle school

     25 September 1999, 15:06 GMT

Re: Re: Heheh I win
darkness Account Info
(Web Page)

Idiots shall prevail!

     25 September 1999, 16:58 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Heheh I win
82GOD

I've had an 82 since 8th grade and am in 11th now and I'm doing the best in my AP Calculus class. Intelligence wins over all.

     25 September 1999, 22:41 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Heheh I win
tom me

I used my ti82 fine for the first semester of AP Calculus in my 10th grade year, and got the 89 in the second semester. I think it hurt me at first more than it helped me by making me rely on it too much. Well now in in Multivar Calc and it really doesnt come into play as much.

     25 September 1999, 23:34 GMT


Re: Re: Heheh I win
Eugene Talagrand  Account Info

I got a used TI-95 in sixth grade.

     28 September 1999, 07:54 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Heheh I win
ajorians  Account Info

Oh, so you mean you got an 85, I just wanted to clarify now, so you don't get any flames later from others, I did it the nice way.

     28 September 1999, 21:29 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Heheh I win
ET  Account Info

NO, I Got a real TI-95, but I now have an 85. The 95 is discontinued though.

     30 September 1999, 17:01 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Heheh I win
Elias Cotton  Account Info

where can i find info on the 95 and does anyone have one for sale?

     2 October 1999, 07:36 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Heheh I win
Luke Haywas  Account Info
(Web Page)

hes pullin yer leg, theres no such thing as a ti-95. Even ask TI. the first graphing calc they made was the 85. Then 80,81,82,83,86,73,92,92+/89,83+. In roughly that order. But ti89 is still the greatest.

     7 October 1999, 04:15 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Eric Gallimore  Account Info

Yes, I got a TI-92 in seventh grade also. However, I got a Plus Module in 8th grade and I'm still using it in 9th. So, I beat everyone.

     25 September 1999, 17:11 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
crazybug

I beat everyone here. I got my TI-89 for free in a math competition this summer. I'm in 9th grade. It's helped me a *lot*, if you know what I mean :)

     26 September 1999, 01:19 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Nelson Sousa  Account Info

I think I can still beat you! I have at least one sample of each (I have 3 85's) and I didn't pay for any of them! :)
I work for a TI distributor.

     27 September 1999, 19:19 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
MalSyned  Account Info
(Web Page)

I beat everyone. With my abacus. Over the head :-)

     14 October 1999, 05:30 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Mitch  Account Info

Mario 86 is also not half as cool as Super Mario Quest for the 89.

     26 September 1999, 15:42 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
FIFAREF99

i have tried both and each has its strong points and its weak points.

     27 September 1999, 21:15 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
nike  Account Info

Actuall I win! I got my TI-89 last year in Algebra 1, (8th Grade)

     25 September 1999, 06:30 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
meingts Account Info

ditto :)

     25 September 1999, 22:08 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Jeff Brazill  Account Info
(Web Page)

You wish, I got my 89 when I was in 8th grade going into Algebra H class! Now it helps me in Chem H and Algebra 2/Trig H. All of this in 9th grade. I'm the only 9th grader in those two classes. So, I have come to the conclusion that I beat you all...

     27 September 1999, 03:05 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
jshock  Account Info

Yeah, well, I got my 89 as a baptism present, so there!

     15 July 2000, 02:54 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
CaptBob  Account Info

Well I've had my 89 since 8th grade, a 92 since 7th and Im in 9th now, so I think that is better.

     25 September 1999, 01:18 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Nick Disabato  Account Info
(Web Page)

I got my 85 in 7th grade, 86 two days after it came out, and I was like 50th on the waiting list for the 89 when that came out.
*sigh* being old with outdated calculator models sux :)

--BlueCalx

     25 September 1999, 01:23 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
rob smith  Account Info

i got my before they put it on the shelves. the truck came, i showed up 10 min laer, and i got it :) First one in lancaster,pa, i think :)

     25 September 1999, 06:25 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
pitts Account Info
(Web Page)

I'm a Junior in high school and have an 83. I lose, but I could probably beat the crap out of all you other kids.

     25 September 1999, 01:24 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Nathan Walters  Account Info

yeah, right kid

     25 September 1999, 04:13 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Eric Gallimore  Account Info

Oh yeah? I got a 92 in 7th and a 92 Plus Module in 8th and I'm in 9th now. (Really) I win.

     25 September 1999, 17:13 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
inspectorno1

Well I'm a Junior and I think that you all lose because TI's suck. I have an HP49G and it makes all of your TI's look like worthless peace's of plastic.

     25 September 1999, 21:43 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Phil Dignard  Account Info
(Web Page)

I am a junior and own a TI-89. I also have the uncanny ability to spell pieces properly.

     25 September 1999, 23:39 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Killer2  Account Info
(Web Page)

Give up some peace to the pieces, bro! =)

-Miles Raymond

     26 September 1999, 05:54 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Killer2  Account Info
(Web Page)

Yeah... haha, too bad that clear shit you call a calculator is _only_ plastic.

-Miles Raymond

     26 September 1999, 05:53 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Mitch  Account Info

um.... If you have a calculator it's made of plasitc to there bob.......

     26 September 1999, 15:45 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Rackford Smith  Account Info
(Web Page)

are we forgetting that the hp49g (aka piece of sh*t) runs at only 4MHz, while the 89 and 92(+)both run at 10MHz, and the other TI-8x models run at 6MHz (with teh exception of two). I mean if you dont have a TI, why are you posting here at all?

Get a life

     7 October 1999, 04:08 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Lowell Meroney

I beat all of you I'm in 6th and have a 92 Plus:-)

     25 September 1999, 23:28 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
SpadeIndustries  Account Info

Yeah, it shows, you put your full name as your handle. Oh and by the way, I got an 83 in the middle of Honors Algebra 1 in 8th grade, and now I'm a Sophmore with an 86. Why do you people need all that power? Is this just a contest to see who has the dummest math teachers and parents as to let a student use a TI 89 in 7th or 8th grade. For crying out loud. I bet half of you little kiddies don't even know how to code a program.

     26 September 1999, 01:19 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Eskrimador

Actually, if a teacher teaches the math correctly, it would not matter what type of calculator that you(we) have. I am taking calcalus right now. My instructor checkes for method, not answers. One guy in my class made 10 points higher that another and he did not have a single answer right. The 89 is good to check your answers but that is it...(I still would not give it up)

     8 February 2000, 21:46 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
JH Account Info

You kiddies shouldn't even buy a TI-89 in middle school with all that power, you should get a TI-73, a TI-82, TI-83. I'm a junior and I have a TI-89 to get through my Science and Math class. You kiddies also proabably don't even know what a variable is and how to program on a calculator or even a computer.

     16 February 2000, 22:52 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Etec  Account Info
(Web Page)

shut up lowell you know you are in 8th grade and have a ti83 plus and change your prefrences so they don't use your real name

     26 September 1999, 21:26 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Chris Gordano  Account Info

forget you all, i have a Ti-82, a Ti-83, <-= both in new case, a Ti-85, a Ti-86, and a Ti-89,

     27 September 1999, 03:02 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Henry Juanes  Account Info
(Web Page)

too bad you cant use it on an sat

     25 September 1999, 01:33 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Ben Oman
(Web Page)

I've used my 86 on a SAT. The teacher that was adminastrating the test hated me to play games on it, so for some reason she filed a thing that said I was talking.

     25 September 1999, 04:59 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
rob smith  Account Info

but you can!

     25 September 1999, 06:26 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Mitch  Account Info

You cannot use any calculator that has a qwerty keyboard on the SAT. That rules out the 92 and the 92 plus. For a little extra information you can't use the 89 on the ACTs.

     25 September 1999, 13:53 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
HydroCarbon10  Account Info

I use an 82 in pre-cal this semester and will be in calculus next semester, i'm only a junior. Why do you need anything more, unless you just can't do the math?

     25 September 1999, 02:21 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
SRJ  Account Info
(Web Page)

well games will be more fun on the 89, it has more mem, it's faster, it can graph 3d, the list goes on and on... !-|

     25 September 1999, 04:31 GMT

RRRReeeeeeeeeeeeeee: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Ron! Account Info
(Web Page)

What do you mean "Why do you need anything more, unless you just can't do the math?" Don't you understand the deep psychological dependancy these calculators have developed with us owners? If we weren't to buy the latest calc every time TI came out with one, they would sit on the shelves like so many orphaned children begging us to pick them up, comfort them by taking them with us everywhere, feed them by filling their memory's with fun games, making them proud when they do beat their casio counterparts at simply polar graphing, and teaching them what calculators not to hang out with...then we would be no better than those people who do calculations by hand! Away with such fiendish thoughts! How could you say that with my brother's TI-83+ and my TI-86 lying so close to the computer?

p.s.
Does any one know if the plans for that TI-89 enhanced with Ra 88 will be released?

     25 September 1999, 04:56 GMT


ReReRe: RRRReeeeeeeeeeeeeee: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Nikku-kun Account Info

Ooooh ... Crappios ... their scientific calculators are okay, but the graphing calculators more-or-less stink ... they're like TI-80s on crack. And the programming language is just way too funky. I asked for a TI-something or other graphing calculator, but my dad had to be a cheapskate and give me the $40 Casio calculator. I had it for a couple months, hated it, opened my backpack and found it missing, was totally relieved and went back to my TI-30x until just recently when I got my TI-82 *cuddles calculator*

     25 September 1999, 07:50 GMT


Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Chris Walker  Account Info

Well, there are some high school classes offered where calculus is a prereq, and the teacher(s) would rather have you spend your time figuring out how to solve a given problem than working through the calculus.

Also, remember the TI-89/92/+ are not perfect. There are integration and equations that these calculators cannot solve, and the person using them would have to relieze that the answer the calculator gave them is not the correct one.

Besides, the TI-92/+ is great for programming, since it has the QWERTY keyboard, while the TI-89 is just as powerful but some teachers don't relieze this because it looks just like any other calculator. :)

-- Walker

     28 September 1999, 05:36 GMT

7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Binky  Account Info
(Web Page)

HAHAHA!!!!! I WIN ALL!
I'm a 9th grader and own a TI-83, TI-83 Plus, and a TI-92. HAHAHA!

     26 September 1999, 06:22 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
tiprym  Account Info

If you go to a certain North West High School, I might need to borrow your calculator, E-mail me for details...

     29 September 1999, 15:02 GMT


Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Edward Hazell  Account Info

So who cares when everyone gets their calcs? The younger you are while getting a more advanced calc, the more money you're wasting (or making your parents waste) since you won't use a fraction of the functionality included...

     25 September 1999, 07:07 GMT

Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
John Doe  Account Info
(Web Page)

Well haha, im a freshman in highskool (9th grade) and i have an 89
so there.

     25 September 1999, 01:13 GMT

Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Nikku-kun Account Info

the thing is, do you know how to use it? :) My friend has a TI-86, doesn't know how to use it, and won't bother looking at a manual, so it's more or less a big paperweight that can do addition to him.

     25 September 1999, 02:20 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
SRJ  Account Info
(Web Page)

Tell him to give it to me and I'll buy him a 4.00 Wal-mart one that can even do square roots! (Wow!) !-|

     25 September 1999, 03:16 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Ryan Schleich
(Web Page)

Thats a good one SRJ

     25 September 1999, 04:15 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Ben Oman
(Web Page)

I have friends that don't know how to do a simple thing like clearing the screen.

     25 September 1999, 05:01 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Hyuga Ricdeau  Account Info
(Web Page)

Everyone in my AP Calculus class has a TI-83. That's pathetic. And none of them know how to use it and when I tell them to read the manual they complain about how big it is. We have to waste time so the teacher can show then how to graph a stupid function and find the limit and help them with their idiotic syntax error caused by leaving out parenthsis and whatnot. This is good casue I can kick back and play Mario-89. This is bad cause I like math and I h8 wasting time like this. Whew! What a rant(and notice the proper punctuation).

     25 September 1999, 08:03 GMT

Know your calc
B R Account Info
(Web Page)

I am mostly self taught with my TI89. I'm a Senior in high school, and I needed a graphing calculator for my Calculas class. They were lending Casios to those who couldn't afford one, but I decided that I would probably need one next year anyway, so I bought a TI89. The difference in power is amazing. The teacher is telling everyone else how to graph a simple function, and I am playing Phoenix, or doing physics problems. I read parts of my manuel, but I mainly figure things out myself. It isn't that hard if your curious and aren't afraid to try things.

     25 September 1999, 14:47 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
John Doe  Account Info
(Web Page)

yes i do know how to use it.

     26 September 1999, 02:28 GMT


Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
DeeKay Account Info

LOL!!!!
7th Grade : Ti-85 (sucessfully overclocked)
8th Grade : Ti-86 and eventually, Ti-89

anyway... stop bragging! =O

     25 September 1999, 23:02 GMT

Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
SauronOfCA  Account Info
(Web Page)

Class of 2000 and carries a TI-83!
I'm curious as to how he obtained the radium.

     25 September 1999, 02:04 GMT


Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
SRJ  Account Info
(Web Page)

He probably scraped it off of a lot of old watches. (Hey, I did this to make my homemade nuke!)

     25 September 1999, 03:14 GMT


No Nukes!
Ron! Account Info
(Web Page)

{off subject}
you got plans for that nuke on your site?

     25 September 1999, 05:03 GMT

Re: No Nukes!
EV9D93  Account Info
(Web Page)

I find the best way to get radium is to take the Americum(radioactive material) in smoke alarms and use my particle accelarator. this tends to drain the power at the nuclear power plants though. I also find that a fair amount of nuclear material can be passed through the wire of the power plant right to your home! Love how that works. my dogs 6th leg started growing today.

     25 September 1999, 12:09 GMT


Re: Re: No Nukes!
SRJ  Account Info
(Web Page)

i also got Americum from smoke alarms. great minds think alike, eh? !-|

     25 September 1999, 17:11 GMT


Re: No Nukes!
SRJ  Account Info
(Web Page)

no, but i did once (seriously, im not kidding) i got in trouble for it because my page is hosted by the local university, and they were afraid that if sponsors saw my site then they would cut funding, so i took it off. please belive me, cause i really am telling the truth.

     25 September 1999, 17:19 GMT

Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
AuroraBoriales  Account Info

Well, i'm in 8th grade, and i got my 89 while i was in 7th.

     25 September 1999, 04:35 GMT


Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Nathan Smith  Account Info

hehe.. I'm in 9th with a ti-92+ (I got 92 is 7, + in 8), 83 (7), 86 (8), 89 (9)

Nathan (this is a different Nathan)

     25 September 1999, 18:51 GMT


Re: Re: Re: 7th Grade Student Overclocks TI-89 A Bit Too Much
Mike Grass Account Info

i am in thurd grad and i half a ti89. that i us too add to numbars. it does the addishun so fast that my teacher says i cant us it on tests. but i liek too play games liek pheonix and strete fighter on it whil the other kids doo theirr home workk.

     27 September 1999, 19:49 GMT

1  2  3  4  5  

You can change the number of comments per page in Account Preferences.

  Copyright © 1996-2011, the ticalc.org project. All rights reserved. | Contact Us | Disclaimer