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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Be careful with the order of operations. Try (ln(55)-1)/2You can never have to many parenthesis. remberr PEMDAS ln is an exponent so you want to put it inside parenthesis in oder to follow the Order of operations.

Apr 10, 2015 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

According to the operation priority rules

1/1*2=1*2=2

1/2*4=(1/2)*4=2

1/2*4*6=(1/2)*4*6=12

The result is 2+2+12=16

If you have a series with increasing denominators then you should use parentheses to force the calculator to do as you intended.

1/2+1/(2*4)+1/(2*4*6)

or 1/2 +1/2/4 +1/2/4/6=31/48 or 0.645833333.....3

1/1*2=1*2=2

1/2*4=(1/2)*4=2

1/2*4*6=(1/2)*4*6=12

The result is 2+2+12=16

If you have a series with increasing denominators then you should use parentheses to force the calculator to do as you intended.

1/2+1/(2*4)+1/(2*4*6)

or 1/2 +1/2/4 +1/2/4/6=31/48 or 0.645833333.....3

Oct 09, 2013 | Sharp ELW535 Calculator

If you're referring to parenthesis, this is correct. They don't display. They merely alter the order of operations. For example, if you press

5 * 3 + 4 = the calculator will produce 16, which is (5*3)+4. If you press

5 * ( 3 + 4 = the calculator will produce 35, which is 5*(3+4).

5 * 3 + 4 = the calculator will produce 16, which is (5*3)+4. If you press

5 * ( 3 + 4 = the calculator will produce 35, which is 5*(3+4).

Nov 12, 2012 | Texas Instruments BA-II Plus Calculator

The order of evaluation is fixed. You can override this order in an expression by using parenthesis. For example, 3+4*5 is evaluated by multiplying 4 by 5 and then adding 3. If you want to do the addition first, you can enter it as ( 3 + 4 ) * 5 .

The order of evaluation is given in the "Equation Operating System" section of Chapter 1 of the manual.

The order of evaluation is given in the "Equation Operating System" section of Chapter 1 of the manual.

Jun 10, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

If you're pressing the keys

(-) 1 0 5 ^ 2 ENTER

then you're not squaring a negative number, you're negating a square. This sequence of keystrokes calculates -(105^2), and -11025 is the correct answer for this.

Since the ^ operator binds more tightly than the (-) operator, you need to tell the calculator you want to override the order of operations, just as you would if you wanted an addition done before a multiplication. Press

( (-) 1 0 5 ) ^ 2 ENTER and you will see the expected result.

(-) 1 0 5 ^ 2 ENTER

then you're not squaring a negative number, you're negating a square. This sequence of keystrokes calculates -(105^2), and -11025 is the correct answer for this.

Since the ^ operator binds more tightly than the (-) operator, you need to tell the calculator you want to override the order of operations, just as you would if you wanted an addition done before a multiplication. Press

( (-) 1 0 5 ) ^ 2 ENTER and you will see the expected result.

Jan 23, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

The division sign acts like a fraction on the ti-83; to multiply two fractions you may want to wrap them both in parenthesis to get the order of operations correct.

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Sep 24, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

when you type -2 imagine your calculator doing the equation: -1 x 2. The - sign actually stands for a -1 so when you do -2 squared your calculator is simply following order of operations. It first squares the 2 making it 4, then it multiplies the negative making it -4. In order to get around this you must use parenthese. (-2)^2.

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Nov 20, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Silver...

this a simple misunderstanding of calculator lingo. When u enter the -2 the calculator is actually doing -1 x 2 according to order of operations the exponent will be done first then the -1 multiplied. So to stop this from happening u must do on ur calculator (-2)^2 = 4

Nov 18, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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May 21, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

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