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I am trying to see how do I insert a fraction on to the TI83 on a problem such as 58 2/3*18 1/2*3/4 divided by 27?

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You do it with lots of parentheses.

Type ((58+2/3)*(18+1/2)*(3/4))/27
Then press MATH button then 1 to get the frac. Then press ENTER. You should get 814/27.

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

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