Question about Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Locate % button
There is no % button on the calculator, but depending on what you need it for, there are some simple basic programs that could work for this. If you just want to find percent from a fraction or decimal, use this one.
Hit the program button and press right two times the enter to get a new program.
Name your program "PERCENT"
hit program, right, enter, to paste "Input" onto your screen
In quotes, put "Number?", then a comma, then N (not in quotes)
Press enter to get to a new line.
Enter "100N-->N" (once again, not in quotes)
The arrow is found directly above the on button
Press ENter again, putting you on the third line.
Hit program, right, 3 to paste Disp on your screen.
Put N after, not in quotes
Your screen should look like this:
Press 2nd Mode to quit, then hit the program key and select program Percent to run (making sure you are in the "Exec" menu)
Hit enter to run your program: it should turn decimals or fractions to percents.
Don't feel that your intelligence is being insulted by me giving explicit instructions that may be below your level in programming: I did not know whether or not you were proficient.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
Remove the six screws on the back cover. After the batteries are installed you need to reset the board. There is a little reset area that needs to be shorted to get the calculator back to normal. Look closely at the circuit board- You'll see a little circle next to the word reset. Its near the middle of the board. Wet your finger- press it on the circle. It should short. Blow it dry with your breath. It should work...
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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