How to Clear a TI Calculator
By Ashley Brown
Updated September 26, 2017
Texas Instruments makes calculators for use in a variety of business, scientific, mathematical and casual environments. Each model performs a series of functions specific to the discipline for which it is intended. Knowing how to clear entries or functions on a Texas Instruments calculator is valuable, as there are several clearing options available. The process required to clear a TI calculator depends on the model, the computer program you are using and the operations you are performing.
Clearing the Entry Storage Level on the TI-84 Plus and TI-84 Plus Silver Edition Calculators
Push “2nd” then “MEM” to access the memory menu.
Select “3: Clear Entries” from the available options.
Clearing the TI-34 Multiview Calculator
Push “Clear” to erase individual characters or error messages.
Push “Clear” once to erase the characters on the entry line.
Push “Clear” twice to erase all contents of the display window.
Clearing the BA-35 Solar Calculator
Press “AC/On” to clear the display, memory, mode registers and pending operations.
Press “CE/Clear” to clear pending functions, the display, error messages or entries.
Press “2nd” then “CMR” to clear the mode registers.
Clearing the TI-89/ TI-92 Plus Calculator
Press “F1” then “8: Clear Home” to clear a previous calculation’s history.
Press the left arrow image button or “Clear” to erase numbers you have entered or an answer pair.
Press “Clear” once to clear the entire entry line if the cursor is at the beginning or end of the entry line.
Press “Clear” twice to delete characters to the cursor’s right and the entry line.
On the BA-35 Solar, you can also clear the mode registers by switching to a different mode.
Ashley Brown began writing in 2005 for “The Albrightian,” the student newspaper of Albright College. The same year, she began working as a writing tutor and editor for the school's writing center. Brown holds a Master of Arts in English from the University of Delaware.