This guide shows how to disassembly a TI-89 Titanium graphing calculator, the calculator from Texas Instruments that is popular for its abilities to do symbolic evaluation of functions, calculate integrals and derivatives, and graph 3D functions. While it is not necessary to take apart the TI-89 to replace the memory backup battery, by doing so we can see that each button has its own plastic cover.

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