how to use infinity on a ti-89 calculator?

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What are you trying to use it to do?
integral from 0 to infinity
I don't think that's necessary.

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how so?
Couldn't you just use a really high number, e.g. 999 as a substitute?
or use something like 50,100,150, 200, etc
Gimme a minute though, I'll see if there's anything pertaining to exactly what you want.
would i still get the same thing as
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it depends on the speed of your calcu.
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wolfram alpha is amazing... may i just add that. im allowed to compute all my derivatives integrals and stuff in my calculator but for some reason it does not like to do integrals, especally if it has logs in it
Does that work, AJTurnbull? The link (which I guess is not a very reputable source).
it does not work
Argh.
I'm going to run an emulator now for testing. gimme a sec.
oh oh oh nvm there is a infinity button on the calculator
its on the catalog button on the TI-89
Woo! Problem solved. You didn't even need us.
you guys helped get the gear turning
Lol. Whatever. Keep up the good work though.
on my calculator i used only from 0 to 50 and the answer is 1/4
good luck now AJ
hey mark if you wouldn't mind explaining how you are getting that, on my calculator i enter it and it does not work. i think my settings are wrong because my answers look 0b1 which i have never seen before

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