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How to solve for any variable?

I use to have the HP 19B ii calculator with the Solve function. It would let me enter any equation, then I could provide all but 1 variable and it would solve for that missing variable. How do I do this with my TI-84 Plus SE?

Ex.
Area = Length * Width

I want to supply any two of those vars and then have TI solve for the missing one. Is this possible?

Also can I name my variables as shown above or must I only use single character for var?

Thank you.

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7a 3-a-5=-16

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Ok, I will tell you how to enter expressions in your calculator, but you will not be able to 'solve' the equation you gave as example because you can only find y in terms of x or find x in terms of y. To solve for x and for y you need a second linear equation. You must have a system of two simultaneous linear equations.

You can enter equations of any type. Read the rest of the post. Keep in mind that if you are using the Solve( function X must be the unknown. If you are using the Table computational mode, X is the independent variable and Y the dependent one.

The variables you have at your disposal in this calculator are
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Direct access physical keys are in [ ],
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Usually when you enter such an expression it is with the intention of solving it for X. By default X is taken to be the UNKNOWN. You will be prompted to enter the value assigned to any other letter symbol (Y, A,B,C,D).

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You will notice also that there are two = signs.
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the 7, the second minus sign, 3 and 11 use the relevant keys.
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Sorry, but what you wrote is not an equation but a polynomial expression. You want to solve the equation x^4+5x^3-3x^2-43x-60 =0.

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The resolution of the TI83/84 is not good enough for this function that grows too fast, but I am inserting a picture of the curve from another calculator with a much better resolution.

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