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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am not sure what you want because the mathIO mode IS THE ONE THAT DISPLAYS results as fractions.
You have two display modes: MthIO (with fractions, radicals) and LineIO (with decimals). Which one do you want?
To set MthIO press [Shift][MODE][1:MthIO]
To set LineIO, press [SHIFT][MODE][2:LineIO]
Concerning the scientific display mode.
Decimal numbers can be displayed in various formats, Fixed,Scientific, and Normal. If you do not want scientific display of results, just set the mode to Fix(ed) and specify the number of decimal digits. However if a number to be displayed (a result) is too small or too large IT WILL BE DISPLAYED in scientific format regardless of the mode you selected.
Posted on May 16, 2010
SOURCE: how do i convert 1.695652174
Answer is 39 over 23......or 1 and 16/23. Check your settings on the calculator. People are running into this problem with decimals and there is an easy fix.
Let's say you have a repeating decimal such as .16666.....If you type in .166 or .1666 or .16666 and check as fraction it will NOT work. Reason why is you haven't typed enough of the "repeating" numbers for the calculator to understand that it is in fact "repeating." If you have a single number ie. 1-9 you must type in a minimum of 11 of that number. Then it WILL work as fraction.
Let's say you have a 2-digit number such as 13. Then you need to type in at least 6 of that number. Say you want to convert 1.2181818 where 18 keeps "repeating." Well I only typed it in 3 times. It won't work to convert. But type in that repeating number 6 times and it will.
Again calculator need to know that it is in fact repeating. Only typing it in a couple times could still change the outcome so it will basically fail to show the fraction until it knows for sure.
Posted on Nov 24, 2010
Yes, there is a feature or, setting in the mode that will stop you from converting fractions. Go to the mode screen by pressing the [MODE] key. [Down arrow] 9 times and, highlight and select the n/d by pressing the [ENTER] key. Next, [Down arrow] 1 time and, highlight and select Frac by pressing [ENTER] key. Just escape or, quit out of the mode screen and, the calculator should now be set up to convert your fractions. Just remember to go back and, change the last setting you made when you go back to dealing with decimal numbers.
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