How do I make variable names case-sensitive? I checked the settings, googled, looked around in calculator menus. I store something in "D" and it prints "d" and the value. This also extends to formulas involving "D" - it prints them as "d". Obviously this sucks and should work the way I want it to.
It does suck and it should work the way you want it to, but to my understanding, it's designed that way so that students don't accidentally mix variables 'X' and 'x' together and get confused why their equations don't work. As far as I know, there's no way around that, but I'll certainly cede the floor to some more experienced TI-Nspire users.
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