I cant find the button

Hello,

On the menu icon screen, highlight the Run icon. Press [OPTN][F6: ][F3:Prob] then [F1:x!].

Tu use the function you must enter the number and use [x!]

Hope it helps.

Posted on Sep 22, 2009

N!*n+2!=2n! ,find n

Posted on Aug 24, 2010

What kinda calc. is it?

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

SOURCE: how do i solve factorial problems

I have a fx-980g slim.

I might be the same way to do this.

Hit OPTN, then hit F6 or the corresponding button for > arrow button on the screen, hit PROB,

on the left is x!

Good luck!

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

first of all i would give a factory reset a try, if you press 2nd then the + button then scroll down to reset and do a full factory reset, that might fix your problem if it's software based, which would be my guess since it happened after you did something.

Sep 03, 2013 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

The TI-84 is limited to numbers with at most twelve significant digits.

If you must know the EXACT value of 16!, try this. Calculate 14!. Note the two zeroes at the end. Strip them off by dividing by 100 and remember the two zeroes. Multiply by 15. Strip off the last zero by dividing by 10 and remember that we've now stripped off three zeroes. Multiply by 16. Add the three zeroes at the end to get a fourteen-digit number.

In this particular case the result is exactly what you get by using the FACT function. That's also true for 17!, but it breaks down past that because 18! has more than twelve significant digits.

The whole point of the calculator is to allow you to do calculations with a reasonable degree of accuracy, as opposed to exactly. You'll notice that it can't do a simple operation like dividing 1 by 3 and produce an EXACT answer---only a twelve-digit approximation.

If you must know the EXACT value of 16!, try this. Calculate 14!. Note the two zeroes at the end. Strip them off by dividing by 100 and remember the two zeroes. Multiply by 15. Strip off the last zero by dividing by 10 and remember that we've now stripped off three zeroes. Multiply by 16. Add the three zeroes at the end to get a fourteen-digit number.

In this particular case the result is exactly what you get by using the FACT function. That's also true for 17!, but it breaks down past that because 18! has more than twelve significant digits.

The whole point of the calculator is to allow you to do calculations with a reasonable degree of accuracy, as opposed to exactly. You'll notice that it can't do a simple operation like dividing 1 by 3 and produce an EXACT answer---only a twelve-digit approximation.

Oct 03, 2012 | Texas Instruments TI84Plus Graphic...

First of all, you are not trying to solve. You are trying to calculate.

If your calculator is a scientific calculator, you must have a key for the factorial function. It should be marked n! or x!.

Enter the number whose factorial you want then press the [n!] key.

**7[n!] [-] 5 [n!] =**

The esult should be 4920

On graphing calculators look for the factorial function under a Prob(ability) menu

If your calculator is a scientific calculator, you must have a key for the factorial function. It should be marked n! or x!.

Enter the number whose factorial you want then press the [n!] key.

The esult should be 4920

On graphing calculators look for the factorial function under a Prob(ability) menu

Mar 08, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

There is no button but a menu tab.

In Run screen, enter the number whose factorial you want to calculate ( number can be at most equal to 69), press [OPTN][F6] to get to next page of menus.

For factorials

In Run screen, enter the number whose factorial you want to calculate ( number can be at most equal to 69), press [OPTN][F6] to get to next page of menus.

For factorials

- Press then [F3](PROB) then [F1] (x!) followed by [EXE].

- Press then [F3](PROB) then[F3][nCr][EXE]

- Press then [F3](PROB) then[F2][nPr][EXE]

Oct 01, 2010 | Casio FX-9750GPlus Calculator

Having gone over a month without a response to my query, I assume my suggested reset solved the problem.

Sep 12, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

There is no direct or shifted keystroke for nCr nPr and ! on casio long ago.

You can access to those function using OPTN button; here is how to do...

press OPTN, F6(>), F3(PROB), F3(nCr)

You can access to those function using OPTN button; here is how to do...

press OPTN, F6(>), F3(PROB), F3(nCr)

Jun 13, 2009 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

Well, there are 2 ways, the easy way and the hard way, and I will give both.

EASY: the [+/-] button should be near the [ENTER] button

"HARD": type in "0" and then subtract the number that you want negatave and "FixYa!"

P.S. If this solved your problem please rate it as best answer.

EASY: the [+/-] button should be near the [ENTER] button

"HARD": type in "0" and then subtract the number that you want negatave and "FixYa!"

P.S. If this solved your problem please rate it as best answer.

May 12, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

I have a fx-980g slim.

I might be the same way to do this.

Hit OPTN, then hit F6 or the corresponding button for > arrow button on the screen, hit PROB,

on the left is x!

Good luck!

I might be the same way to do this.

Hit OPTN, then hit F6 or the corresponding button for > arrow button on the screen, hit PROB,

on the left is x!

Good luck!

Nov 13, 2008 | Casio FX-9860G Graphic Calculator

hit (shift) (clr) and Number (3)

your calculator will be reset to the original factory setting.

Naveen

your calculator will be reset to the original factory setting.

Naveen

Feb 06, 2008 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

First to solve a problem, write it like this

solve(3/x-2+21/x^2-4=14/x+2,x)

Second, for inverse, do this (note the "y=" part)

solve(y=3x^2 -2x+1,x)

The calculator will rewrite the formula as x = ...

solve(3/x-2+21/x^2-4=14/x+2,x)

Second, for inverse, do this (note the "y=" part)

solve(y=3x^2 -2x+1,x)

The calculator will rewrite the formula as x = ...

Oct 23, 2007 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

Oct 11, 2011 | Casio CFX 9850GA Plus Calculator

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