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TI-5630 won't total, or any other function button, + - x etc.

Only the numbers buttons seem to respond. Just gives me one continuous line of numbers, with no addition, subtraction, etc. of any other function.

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  • stephenmacie Mar 18, 2009

    one continous line of numbers -- add, subtract, and all other function buttons won't work.

  • Anonymous May 07, 2009

    Same problem!


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SOURCE: fractions

When performing the calculations, put the fractions in parentheses. Then once you get your answer, press 2nd and Math (above the times button). Then press F5, MORE, and F1. It will have Ans Frac>. Then hit Enter and it'll change it to a fraction.

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SOURCE: Hello! My TI-84's multiplication, division,

Did it start doing it on its own? Or did this condition appear after you played some third-party game? If the last case is the correct one then the game may have reconfigured the keypad.

  1. Try to exit the game from inside the game.
  2. Remove the game from the Ram.
  3. Press [2nd][MEM][2: Mem Mgmt/Del][1:All]
  4. Use the down arrow to scroll along the list of objects in memory.
  5. Find the offending program.
  6. Use down arrow to point to the program and press [DEL].
If the program has an asterisk to the right of its name, it is archived. If you press DEL you will be asked if you want to delere it. Enter the number to the right of Yes and press [ENTER].
You may have to wait for the calculator to defragment the RAM.

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