OK i need to enter randint( 1,731,8)

and it says to hit enter but then i get argument

my answer is then suppose to come out like this (537 33 249 728....

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Hello,

The command randInt( is designed to give you RANDOM integer numbers chosen (AT RAMDOM) in a certain range.

Suppose you ask your friend to give you 8 integer numbers chosen between 1 and say 731). Can you guess beforehand what his/her answer is going to be? You can claim irregularity if one of the numbers is 732 or 1000, but you cannot say my answer is supposed to come out such and such. Do you see the analogy. Try saying that to the Lottery guys.

Hope it clarifies things.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Start with the more complicated part. Use parentheses to make sure the correct argument is entered.

1-1.00625^(-360)= the result is stored in ANS memory

Then use 2nd Ans [x:times] 1096.875 = 1227.121463

For the minus sign in front of 360, use the change sign (negate) key marked (-) or (+/-)

1-1.00625^(-360)= the result is stored in ANS memory

Then use 2nd Ans [x:times] 1096.875 = 1227.121463

For the minus sign in front of 360, use the change sign (negate) key marked (-) or (+/-)

Mar 03, 2012 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

I think we need to see the equation. take a picture of what you are trying to enter and one of the screen as you have entered. post them back on here

Sep 29, 2017 | Computers & Internet

Hi tomschepers1,

I can see why the expand command doesn't work with the equation your inputting. Even though, expand(x^3-1,x) would work better. The expand command does not expand to a complex form. But, your other functions should have worked. The {} tells me your asking the calculator to do something it can't do or, is to big to do, (to many arguments).

So, you need to use the NewProb command at the Home screen. On the command line at the Home screen press, [CLEAR]. Then press, [2nd][F1][2][ENTER] and, the NewProb command will be entered at the Home screen. If that doesn't enable the functions to work properly, then you need to reset your RAM to default conditions. To reset the RAM to it's defaults press, [2nd][MEM][F1][Right Arrow][2][ENTER].

If you have any question about my solution, please post your comment and, I'll respond quickly.

I can see why the expand command doesn't work with the equation your inputting. Even though, expand(x^3-1,x) would work better. The expand command does not expand to a complex form. But, your other functions should have worked. The {} tells me your asking the calculator to do something it can't do or, is to big to do, (to many arguments).

So, you need to use the NewProb command at the Home screen. On the command line at the Home screen press, [CLEAR]. Then press, [2nd][F1][2][ENTER] and, the NewProb command will be entered at the Home screen. If that doesn't enable the functions to work properly, then you need to reset your RAM to default conditions. To reset the RAM to it's defaults press, [2nd][MEM][F1][Right Arrow][2][ENTER].

If you have any question about my solution, please post your comment and, I'll respond quickly.

Jan 14, 2011 | Texas Instruments Voyage 200 Calculator

No such function my ***!

Just click prb --> RAND randint(

If you want a random integer from 1 to ten, randint(1,10

Then you just keep clicking enter to get different numbers.

Just click prb --> RAND randint(

If you want a random integer from 1 to ten, randint(1,10

Then you just keep clicking enter to get different numbers.

Dec 07, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

You need to use the ROUND function.

E.g. type: =ROUND(A1,2)*A2

Assuming the 2.131576 is in cell A1 and 1000 is in A2.

The round function round the value to 2 decimals (in this case because I specified 2 as the second argument).

E.g. type: =ROUND(A1,2)*A2

Assuming the 2.131576 is in cell A1 and 1000 is in A2.

The round function round the value to 2 decimals (in this case because I specified 2 as the second argument).

May 06, 2009 | Keystone Excel 2007 Essentials for PC...

Not sure about model 49-307, but it's probably the same as modle 49-537...

1) hit *

2) enter old code (which after power-on reset is the factory default of 1234)

3) hit * again

4) enter your new 4 digit code

5) hit * one last time

Your new 4 digit code should now work to arm and disarm it.

If you enter any wrong digits hit the # key to clear the error, and re-enter the code.

hth,

Paul W.

1) hit *

2) enter old code (which after power-on reset is the factory default of 1234)

3) hit * again

4) enter your new 4 digit code

5) hit * one last time

Your new 4 digit code should now work to arm and disarm it.

If you enter any wrong digits hit the # key to clear the error, and re-enter the code.

hth,

Paul W.

Mar 23, 2009 | Home Security

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press *228 then hit send when you hear a recording hit 1 the wait when it says : programming sucsessfull hit ok. then it should go back to the "enter lock code" screen. enter the last 4 digits in your phone # and it should be back to normal

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