Ii would like to know how to get the letter i in the calculator in order to factor/foil negative square roots or do the conjugate

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If you want to enter a complex number, simply put in as (a,b). For example, to enter the complex number 1+2i, enter

( 1 , 2 )

Posted on Nov 09, 2010

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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I believe factors can be calculated on any basic calculator.

Starting with 1, increasing by 1 until you get to square root (number) + 1

Let's do an example.

28

square root (28)+1 = 6

Factors

1, 28/1=28

2, 28/2=14 14*2 - 28 = 0 (when you divide, you get no decimal)

3, 28/3=9.33333 - not a factor - doesn't go in evenly

4, 28/4 =7

5, 28/5=5.6 - not a factor - doesn't go in evenly

6, 28/6=4.66666 - not a factor

So now we can list our factors - 1, 28, 2, 14, 4, 7

Putting them in order, we get 1, 2, 4, 7, 14 and 28.

Good luck,

Paul

Starting with 1, increasing by 1 until you get to square root (number) + 1

Let's do an example.

28

square root (28)+1 = 6

Factors

1, 28/1=28

2, 28/2=14 14*2 - 28 = 0 (when you divide, you get no decimal)

3, 28/3=9.33333 - not a factor - doesn't go in evenly

4, 28/4 =7

5, 28/5=5.6 - not a factor - doesn't go in evenly

6, 28/6=4.66666 - not a factor

So now we can list our factors - 1, 28, 2, 14, 4, 7

Putting them in order, we get 1, 2, 4, 7, 14 and 28.

Good luck,

Paul

Jul 13, 2016 | Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS Calculator

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that's all I can say basically I learned it this way.

that's all I can say basically I learned it this way.

Jul 09, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

In the top right corner of the screen. There is a button that says 2nd.

Press 2nd then press the button that is four buttons further down on the same row of buttons.

Press 2nd then press the button that is four buttons further down on the same row of buttons.

Nov 24, 2013 | Texas Instruments TI-36 X Solar Calculator

First off let me say there are 2 ways to answer this question depending on what you are taking the square root of.

I'll start with the simplest

((sqrt(206) - 900 )/ 5) / 4 =

sqrt(206) = 14.35

14.35-900 = -885.64

-885.64/5 = -177.13

-177.13/4 = -44.28 this would be the answer.

Or if you are takeing the sqrt of 206 - 900 which equals -694 then this is a different type of problem.

then you would have

sqrt(-694) = 26.34i

26.34i/5 = 5.26i

5.26/4 = 1.31i

but that is if you are using imaginary numbers that is what the "i" stands for, you cannot take a sqrt of a negative number directly because anytime you multiply 2 numbers together the result must be positive. So hopefully that helps you out, Just remeber where you put your parenthases is very important, like in this case your are potentially asking 2 different questions. Good luck

I'll start with the simplest

((sqrt(206) - 900 )/ 5) / 4 =

sqrt(206) = 14.35

14.35-900 = -885.64

-885.64/5 = -177.13

-177.13/4 = -44.28 this would be the answer.

Or if you are takeing the sqrt of 206 - 900 which equals -694 then this is a different type of problem.

then you would have

sqrt(-694) = 26.34i

26.34i/5 = 5.26i

5.26/4 = 1.31i

but that is if you are using imaginary numbers that is what the "i" stands for, you cannot take a sqrt of a negative number directly because anytime you multiply 2 numbers together the result must be positive. So hopefully that helps you out, Just remeber where you put your parenthases is very important, like in this case your are potentially asking 2 different questions. Good luck

Jun 30, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Yes, your Ti 86 should solve square root problems. At the HOME screen press [CLEAR] [2nd] [x^2] which gives the (Square Root Symbol) to display at the Home screen. Then enter the number you want the square root of and close the bracket [ ) ] and, press the [ENTER] key.

You can even get the square root of complex numbers too. Select the correct complex format in the mode settings. For example: I'll do one in the rectangular form by enter a number as (a, b). I then will go to [2nd] [MODE] then [Arrow down] 3 times and make sure the RectC is highlighted and selected. Then quit out of the mode settings screen and enter [CLEAR] [2nd] [x^2] [ ( ] [9] [ , ] [ - ] [4] [ ) ] [ ) ] [ENTER], this displays the SQRT((9,-4)) equals (3, 2); The real part is 3 and the imaginary part 2.

You can even get the square root of complex numbers too. Select the correct complex format in the mode settings. For example: I'll do one in the rectangular form by enter a number as (a, b). I then will go to [2nd] [MODE] then [Arrow down] 3 times and make sure the RectC is highlighted and selected. Then quit out of the mode settings screen and enter [CLEAR] [2nd] [x^2] [ ( ] [9] [ , ] [ - ] [4] [ ) ] [ ) ] [ENTER], this displays the SQRT((9,-4)) equals (3, 2); The real part is 3 and the imaginary part 2.

Jan 09, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-86 Calculator

The square root of a negative number does not exist in lR, the set of real numbers.

In the set of Complex numbers the square root of -49/64 is (7/8)i, where i is the imaginary unit defined by i^2=-1.

In the set of Complex numbers the square root of -49/64 is (7/8)i, where i is the imaginary unit defined by i^2=-1.

Nov 23, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

The square root of a negative number is an imaginary number, and the TI-30XA does not deal with imaginary numbers.

However, the square root of -x is equal to i times the square root of x. So, to calculate the square root of -4, for example, press 4 square_root = and read 2. Thus the square root of -4 is 2i.

However, the square root of -x is equal to i times the square root of x. So, to calculate the square root of -4, for example, press 4 square_root = and read 2. Thus the square root of -4 is 2i.

Oct 07, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Turn calculator ON.

If you see no icons, press [MENU] key.

Use Arrows to focus on RUN and press [EXE]

Press [OPTN]

Among the TABS that appear at the bottom of screen you have CPLX.

Press [F3] to activate it.

The menu TABS that are displayed allow you manipulate complex numbers:

F1 :i imaginary unit i

F2: Abs takes the absolute value of a complex number.

F3:Arg, gives the argument (angle the complex number makes with the positive X-Axis)

F4: Conj calculates the Conjugate of a number.

F5: ReP extracts the Real part

F6:Imp extracts the Imaginary part.

For other operations use the operation keys [Plus] [MINUS] [*][/] [X^2] [Square root]. Be careful using the universal power key or the xroot key as it may lead to a Memory error.

If you see no icons, press [MENU] key.

Use Arrows to focus on RUN and press [EXE]

Press [OPTN]

Among the TABS that appear at the bottom of screen you have CPLX.

Press [F3] to activate it.

The menu TABS that are displayed allow you manipulate complex numbers:

F1 :i imaginary unit i

F2: Abs takes the absolute value of a complex number.

F3:Arg, gives the argument (angle the complex number makes with the positive X-Axis)

F4: Conj calculates the Conjugate of a number.

F5: ReP extracts the Real part

F6:Imp extracts the Imaginary part.

For other operations use the operation keys [Plus] [MINUS] [*][/] [X^2] [Square root]. Be careful using the universal power key or the xroot key as it may lead to a Memory error.

Oct 07, 2010 | Casio FX-9750GPlus Calculator

If you want the answer in rectangular form, set MODE a+bi and tap ENTER and QUIT. Tap square root sign, tap (-)4 and close the parenthesis and tap ENTER. The answer is shown as 2i.

If you want the answer in polar form, set MODE to re^xi and and DEGREE. Tap ENTER and QUIT. Tap the square root sign, tap (-)4, close the parenthesis, and tap ENTER. The answer shown is 2e^90i. (2 at ninety degrees). If you selected RADIAN mode, the answer would be 2e^1.57i (2 at 1.57 radians; or 2 at pi/2 radians)

If you want the answer in polar form, set MODE to re^xi and and DEGREE. Tap ENTER and QUIT. Tap the square root sign, tap (-)4, close the parenthesis, and tap ENTER. The answer shown is 2e^90i. (2 at ninety degrees). If you selected RADIAN mode, the answer would be 2e^1.57i (2 at 1.57 radians; or 2 at pi/2 radians)

Mar 09, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-86 Calculator

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