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How to do a binomial problem on a ti-73 scientific calulator

(16)*(1/2)6 *(1-1/2)16-5 (8)

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Terminology: Sorry I see no binomials in your expression. All you have is a sequence of arithmetic operations. That amounts to a monomial of degree 0 (namely a constant term).
Enter your expression on the calculator as you typed it in your question. BTW, you could save yourself a lot of stress by simplifying expressions. They will look doable by hand.
16*1/2=8
1-1/2=1/2
(1-1/2)*16=8
All that is left is
8*6*8-5*8=(48-5)*8=43*8=320+24=344

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