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All the terms in the expression have a common variable factor (y^3). factor it out to get (0.2+0.3+0.1)y^3=0.6y^3 or (6/10)y^3 or **(3/5)y^3.**

Posted on Apr 20, 2013

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: How do I convert from decimal to binary?

change your mode to binary , then enter your decimal no in dec link and then press bin link you can get the binary equivalent

Posted on Dec 20, 2009

SOURCE: [Stat] - Data numbers (frequency) < 1 (not integer) on TI 85 Calc

Frequencies are always integers. They indicate how many times that particular data value came up. The data values may be non-integers.

As an example, let's say you're measuring the weights of widgets. You may have 3 widgets weighing 1.1 kg, 5 widgets weighing 1.2 kg, and 2 widgets weighing 1.3 kg.

Note that the data are non-integers (1.1, 1.2, 1.3) but the frequencies are integers (3, 5, 2).

Posted on Feb 18, 2010

SOURCE: How do you simplify a radical to get another

If you have a TiNspire CAS, you can check the Settings and make sure that the calculation mode is set to Exact.

In HOME press 5:Settings and Status > 2: Settings > 1:General >Tab>Tab>Tab>Tab Calculation Mode :Exact.

Unlike the TINspire CAS, the TINspire does not have an exact calculation mode. It just has Auto and Approximate. From the looks of it, you may not be able to use radicals, let alone simplify them. But I may be wrong.

Posted on Jan 25, 2011

SOURCE: how to get integer form

At first, set Mode to **Radian **and then type sin(7pi/4). If you still getting decimal value type key** Ans** and then **Frac.**See captured image.

Posted on Nov 28, 2012

All are rational numbers. Any integer is such, and the others as written can be expressed as finite fractions ie

168 / 100

5111 / 1000

9111 /1000

If your notation means that the repeating decimal goes on forever eg

5.111111111111111111111111111111111111111..................

Then it still can be rational, as 46 / 9 is, and 82 / 9

168 / 100

5111 / 1000

9111 /1000

If your notation means that the repeating decimal goes on forever eg

5.111111111111111111111111111111111111111..................

Then it still can be rational, as 46 / 9 is, and 82 / 9

Aug 25, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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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

Any number that can be written as a ratio of two integers numbers is by definition a rational number ( it is a ratio---rational).

Any decimal number with a periodic decimal part can be cast as a fraction, so it is rational.

An irrational number is a number that

Examples: PI, sqRT(2), Sqrt(3), SQRT(5), e. There is an infinite number of them.

Sep 15, 2014 | Computers & Internet

You do the operation to get a decimal number.

Isolate the integer part (to the left of the decimal point)

Convert the non integer part (decimal part) into a fraction.

Write the result as (integer part) (fraction part)

3/2=1.5

Integer part is 1, decimal part is 0.5

0.5 as a fraction is 1/2

3/2= 1 1/2

Isolate the integer part (to the left of the decimal point)

Convert the non integer part (decimal part) into a fraction.

Write the result as (integer part) (fraction part)

3/2=1.5

Integer part is 1, decimal part is 0.5

0.5 as a fraction is 1/2

3/2= 1 1/2

Sep 09, 2014 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Isolate the integer part (to the left of the decimal point)

Convert the non integer part (decimal part) into a fraction.

Write the result as (integer part) (fraction part)

3/2=1.5

Integer part is 1, decimal part is 0.5

0.5 as a fraction is 1/2

3/2= 1 1/2

Convert the non integer part (decimal part) into a fraction.

Write the result as (integer part) (fraction part)

3/2=1.5

Integer part is 1, decimal part is 0.5

0.5 as a fraction is 1/2

3/2= 1 1/2

Sep 09, 2014 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

- Put a decimal mark at the end of one integer in the expression, 15./2 or 15/2. or 15./2. all give 7.5 as result
- OR press [diamond][ENTER] to force conversion of a fraction to a decimal number,
- OR press [MODE][F2] and scroll to line EXACT/APPROX, press right arrow to unfold the menu list and select [3:Approximate]

Mar 29, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

Hello,

Since this is a discrete distribution, you can only calculate it at integer values of the variable. Hence the last argument in the function (0.75) must be an integer. As you gave a decimal number where an integer is required, the calculator returns a domain error.

Hope it helps.

Since this is a discrete distribution, you can only calculate it at integer values of the variable. Hence the last argument in the function (0.75) must be an integer. As you gave a decimal number where an integer is required, the calculator returns a domain error.

Hope it helps.

Oct 24, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

Hello,

Press [MATH][1:ToFrac] to convert an aswer to fraction.

If you enter 18.52[ToFrac] [ENTER gives 463/25

[MATH][2:ToDEC] converts a fraction to a decimal number.

Hope it helps.

Press [MATH][1:ToFrac] to convert an aswer to fraction.

If you enter 18.52[ToFrac] [ENTER gives 463/25

[MATH][2:ToDEC] converts a fraction to a decimal number.

Hope it helps.

Sep 22, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

Hello,

Your TI81 can only perform numerical calculation: It always give uour numbers. The TI89, a more sophisticated calculator, can of course do numerical calculation, BUT ALSO symbolic ones. You ask it for the derivative of sin(x) and it will give you cos(x).

Anyway, if you want a decimal result for you calculation above one of the numbers must have a decimal point (instead of writing 2PI write 2.PI.

The TI 89 can do exact calculations. But if you want approximate results any number in the sequence of operations must have the mark of a decimal. Numbers without decimal marks are considered integers, Integer numbers with a decimal mark are treated as floating point numbers ( meaning decimal).

Hope it clarifies things for you.

Your TI81 can only perform numerical calculation: It always give uour numbers. The TI89, a more sophisticated calculator, can of course do numerical calculation, BUT ALSO symbolic ones. You ask it for the derivative of sin(x) and it will give you cos(x).

Anyway, if you want a decimal result for you calculation above one of the numbers must have a decimal point (instead of writing 2PI write 2.PI.

The TI 89 can do exact calculations. But if you want approximate results any number in the sequence of operations must have the mark of a decimal. Numbers without decimal marks are considered integers, Integer numbers with a decimal mark are treated as floating point numbers ( meaning decimal).

Hope it clarifies things for you.

Nov 15, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

If i type 10+10 it comes up with 10+10=20 and my setting is on Math G . So mabey try that ?

May 07, 2007 | Casio FX300S-TP Calculator

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