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SOURCE: hoe do you use logarithm on TI-36X SOLAR?

Basically you first have to put your answer into scientific notation by pressing the 3rd key then the 6 key. The screen display should change to one big zero and two small zeros.

I was workinggon the same problem with a -log of a chemistry problem to get pH and I knew the answer because I calculated it on it TI-85, but we are not allowed to use graphing calulators on the exam (:-((() so I had to figure out how to do it on this one!

For example, I had pH =-log(2.828947x10^4)

On the TI-36X you change to scientific notation using the instructions above. Once the three zeros enter on the screen:

[4]

[-]

[2nd]

[10^x]

1^-04 should appear on screen, then you multiply by 2.828947

[x]

[2][.][828947]

then your screen will show the answer in scientific notation.

2.828947 in big numbers and in small numbers -04

From there you simply press:

[log]

and your answer will show up as a negative number. Just take the absolute value of that and you have your answer. Took me like 30 minutes the night before a huge chemistry exam to figure that out! Hope it helps someone!

Posted on Aug 04, 2010

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The inverse of what&? Each inverse function uses the same key (shifted) as its direct function. For the reciprocal key look for x^-1 or [1/X]

Posted on Sep 16, 2011

The quick way to determine absolute value is to square the value and take the square root of that.

So on the TI, with the value on-screen, just push these 2 keys in sequence (they are right next to each other):

So on the TI, with the value on-screen, just push these 2 keys in sequence (they are right next to each other):

Jun 04, 2015 | Texas Instruments TI-36 X Solar Calculator

You do dimensional analysis by hand.

Aug 26, 2014 | Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro Scientific...

Its been a while since I used it but I normally enclosed the number in braces and then raised it to the power of (-1)...Make sure you use the braces

May 31, 2014 | Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro Scientific...

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

To convert an x value to a z-score, the formula is:

(x value - mean)/standard deviation

Example: We have a number of height measurements that have a mean of 65.25 and a standard deviation of 2.84. One value is 68.5. To convert it to a z-score: (68.5-65.25)/2.84 = 1.144

Hope this helps!

(x value - mean)/standard deviation

Example: We have a number of height measurements that have a mean of 65.25 and a standard deviation of 2.84. One value is 68.5. To convert it to a z-score: (68.5-65.25)/2.84 = 1.144

Hope this helps!

Oct 19, 2013 | Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro Scientific...

If you hit the "-" sign and the hit the "ln log" button twice then enter your number that works I have the same calc.

Jul 02, 2012 | Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro Scientific...

The inverse of what&? Each inverse function uses the same key (shifted) as its direct function. For the reciprocal key look for x^-1 or [1/X]

Sep 15, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-36 X Solar Calculator

The antilog functions are the 2nd functions of the log functions on the top row of the keyboard.

To calculate the natural antilog of 3.1, press 3 . 1 2nd LN

To calculate the common antilog of 3.1, press 3 . 1 2nd LOG

To calculate the natural antilog of 3.1, press 3 . 1 2nd LN

To calculate the common antilog of 3.1, press 3 . 1 2nd LOG

Sep 05, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Hi,

I would certainly upgrade my choice to the FX-991ES. It can do (numerical) integrals, derivatives, it has 40 physical constants (instead of 8). It can do unit conversions, and the Natural display is a real pleasure.

Don't get me wrong, I am no TI calculator basher. I have just bought the TiNspire, AND TINspire CAS. I have a TI92, a TI83, Ti BA 35Solar.

If you do become an engineer, the calculators you might want to use (not during the exams) are the TI 89 Titanium, HP49G+/HP50G, the Casio ClassPad 330. You see I recommend the TI89 Titanium because there is a wealth of Engineering programs written for it.

Hope it makes your decision easier.

I would certainly upgrade my choice to the FX-991ES. It can do (numerical) integrals, derivatives, it has 40 physical constants (instead of 8). It can do unit conversions, and the Natural display is a real pleasure.

Don't get me wrong, I am no TI calculator basher. I have just bought the TiNspire, AND TINspire CAS. I have a TI92, a TI83, Ti BA 35Solar.

If you do become an engineer, the calculators you might want to use (not during the exams) are the TI 89 Titanium, HP49G+/HP50G, the Casio ClassPad 330. You see I recommend the TI89 Titanium because there is a wealth of Engineering programs written for it.

Hope it makes your decision easier.

Nov 08, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-36X Scientific...

Basically you first have to put your answer into scientific notation by pressing the 3rd key then the 6 key. The screen display should change to one big zero and two small zeros.

I was workinggon the same problem with a -log of a chemistry problem to get pH and I knew the answer because I calculated it on it TI-85, but we are not allowed to use graphing calulators on the exam (:-((() so I had to figure out how to do it on this one!

For example, I had pH =-log(2.828947x10^4)

On the TI-36X you change to scientific notation using the instructions above. Once the three zeros enter on the screen:

[4]

[-]

[2nd]

[10^x]

1^-04 should appear on screen, then you multiply by 2.828947

[x]

[2][.][828947]

then your screen will show the answer in scientific notation.

2.828947 in big numbers and in small numbers -04

From there you simply press:

[log]

and your answer will show up as a negative number. Just take the absolute value of that and you have your answer. Took me like 30 minutes the night before a huge chemistry exam to figure that out! Hope it helps someone!

I was workinggon the same problem with a -log of a chemistry problem to get pH and I knew the answer because I calculated it on it TI-85, but we are not allowed to use graphing calulators on the exam (:-((() so I had to figure out how to do it on this one!

For example, I had pH =-log(2.828947x10^4)

On the TI-36X you change to scientific notation using the instructions above. Once the three zeros enter on the screen:

[4]

[-]

[2nd]

[10^x]

1^-04 should appear on screen, then you multiply by 2.828947

[x]

[2][.][828947]

then your screen will show the answer in scientific notation.

2.828947 in big numbers and in small numbers -04

From there you simply press:

[log]

and your answer will show up as a negative number. Just take the absolute value of that and you have your answer. Took me like 30 minutes the night before a huge chemistry exam to figure that out! Hope it helps someone!

May 09, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-36 X Solar Calculator

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