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How to Move Figures with GeoMaster on the TI-84 Plus

When you move an object in GeoMaster on the TI-84 Plus, all other objects associated with that object will also undergo a change. To reshape a polygon or triangle, move one or more of its vertices. To change the size of a circle, move a point on the circumference of that circle or move the center of the circle.

To move one or more objects, follow these steps:

1

Press [CLEAR] to deactivate all GeoMaster tools.

When no tools are active, you see “GeoMaster” in the upper-right corner of the screen

2

Use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the first object you want to move and press [ENTER].

The object you selected is displayed as dashed lines. The first image shows a circle as one of the objects that is to be moved.

3

If you are moving more than one object, move the cursor to the second object and press [2nd][ENTER]. Select other objects in the same manner — move the cursor to the object and press [2nd][ENTER].

The additional objects you select appear as dashed lines. This is illustrated in the second image, where the line was selected as the other object to be moved.

4

When you are finished selecting objects to be moved, press [ENTER] while the cursor is on one of the selected objects.

The cursor appears in the shape of a times sign.

5

Use the arrow keys to move the selected objects and press [ENTER] to anchor the new location.

The cursor changes to the shape a small plus sign.

6

Move the cursor to a blank spot on the screen and press [ENTER].

The objects appear as solid lines.

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