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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: How would I be able to enter a varrible and get

how do i put the 5(a-12)=8(3a2)and get this a=-4

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

SOURCE: syntax error on TI-30XIIS calculator when i press

I had the same problem and finally figured out how to fix it. You need to clear the memory. To do so, first press and release the 2nd button at the top left of the calculator. You will see "2nd" appear on the screen at the lower left. next press the 0 button (which 2nd function is "Reset"). The key to making this work is: do not hold the 2nd button while pressing the 0 button. You have to press it, release it, and then press the 0 button.

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

SOURCE: My TI-30XIIS calculator displays

I had this problem also and just fixed it. I hit 2nd key...don't hold it, (it should say 2nd in the lower left corner across from the DEG) then click the K button (also the divide key). The arrow and DEG will remain, but do not affect simple math calculations. Hope this helps!

Posted on Mar 09, 2011

SOURCE: what is ERR:SYNTAX on ti-84 plus calculator

If you want to correct the error you will have to disclose what you were trying to calculate.

Anyway, each command has to be written in a specific way ( a specific sequence of symbols) to be understood by the calculator.

Foe example, if the command is sin(X) you cannot write it as sin() X or X sin. You must respect the way a command is to be entered, otherwise you get rubbish or a SYNTAX ERROR message.

Usually the calculator will ask you GO TO or QUIT. If you choose GO TO the cursor will jump to the place where the error occurred and you may be able to correct the syntax.

Posted on Apr 14, 2011

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Use the (-) key just to the right of the decimal point, not the - key. The latter is for subtraction.

Posted on Sep 07, 2011

Error 07 Syntax

Means you made a typing error while entering the equation. Using the minus sign instead of the negation sign (change sign) (-), can produce a syntax error. Maybe you need to explicitly type the multiplication sign

y= (-) 1.5*x +3

Try entering it as 3 - 1.5*x

Means you made a typing error while entering the equation. Using the minus sign instead of the negation sign (change sign) (-), can produce a syntax error. Maybe you need to explicitly type the multiplication sign

y= (-) 1.5*x +3

Try entering it as 3 - 1.5*x

Jun 11, 2014 | Texas Instruments TI-86 Calculator

Error 07 Syntax

Means you made a typing error while entering the equation. Using the minus sign instead of the negation sign (change sign) (-), can produce a syntax error. Maybe you need to explicitly type the multiplication sign

y= (-) 1.5*x +3

Try entering it as 3 - 1.5*x

Means you made a typing error while entering the equation. Using the minus sign instead of the negation sign (change sign) (-), can produce a syntax error. Maybe you need to explicitly type the multiplication sign

y= (-) 1.5*x +3

Try entering it as 3 - 1.5*x

Jun 11, 2014 | Texas Instruments TI-86 Calculator

The calculator doesn't handle implied multiplication, so you must explicitly enter the multiplication operator.

6 . 4 2nd EE (-) 8 * . 0 6 2 5 =

6 . 4 2nd EE (-) 8 * . 0 6 2 5 =

Apr 13, 2014 | Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS Calculator

The problem should be 400((1-(1+.019/12)^-60)/(.019/12))

You can enter it almost exactly as given:

4 0 0 * ( ( 1 - ( 1 + . 0 1 9 / 1 2 ) ^ 6 0 (-) ) / ( . 0 1 9 / 1 2 ) ) ENTER

Make sure you use (-) instead of - to enter the negative number.

You can enter it almost exactly as given:

4 0 0 * ( ( 1 - ( 1 + . 0 1 9 / 1 2 ) ^ 6 0 (-) ) / ( . 0 1 9 / 1 2 ) ) ENTER

Make sure you use (-) instead of - to enter the negative number.

Feb 28, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Use the (-) key just to the right of the decimal point, not the - key. The latter is for subtraction.

Sep 07, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

If you want to correct the error you will have to disclose what you were trying to calculate.

Anyway, each command has to be written in a specific way ( a specific sequence of symbols) to be understood by the calculator.

Foe example, if the command is sin(X) you cannot write it as sin() X or X sin. You must respect the way a command is to be entered, otherwise you get rubbish or a SYNTAX ERROR message.

Usually the calculator will ask you GO TO or QUIT. If you choose GO TO the cursor will jump to the place where the error occurred and you may be able to correct the syntax.

Anyway, each command has to be written in a specific way ( a specific sequence of symbols) to be understood by the calculator.

Foe example, if the command is sin(X) you cannot write it as sin() X or X sin. You must respect the way a command is to be entered, otherwise you get rubbish or a SYNTAX ERROR message.

Usually the calculator will ask you GO TO or QUIT. If you choose GO TO the cursor will jump to the place where the error occurred and you may be able to correct the syntax.

Apr 14, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Error 07 is Syntax Error. From the manual: "You entered a value; look for misplaced functions, arguments, parentheses, or commas; check the syntax description in the A to Z reference."

If you can't find and fix the error, could you post the expression producing the error?

If you can't find and fix the error, could you post the expression producing the error?

Feb 16, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-86 Calculator

Press [2nd][APPS] to open the (ANGLE) menu. The symbol for the minutes is the second in the list. To enter the seconds press [ALPHA] [+].

When entering an angle in D(egree)M(inute)S(second), you must enter the number of minutes even if it is zero.

12 deg 25" will give a syntax error, so you have to type 12 deg 0' 25"

When entering an angle in D(egree)M(inute)S(second), you must enter the number of minutes even if it is zero.

12 deg 25" will give a syntax error, so you have to type 12 deg 0' 25"

Apr 09, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Hello,

The calculator has two minus signs

Examples. Let (-) be the negation and -- the regular minus.

You can enter it exactly as it is written above. In this case, you must use the change sign (-) in both factors.

You can also decide to use the power rules and enter the expression as X^( -2 --1/3). In this case the first minus is the negation and the second is the regular minus.

I could go on with a few more examples, but that will take us away from your present concern.

In short.

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The calculator has two minus signs

- The regular MINUS sign which is used with the subtraction operation. This operation is binary, requiring two operands (two terms). In a-b, a and be are the operands (they very specific names, but I will skip this detail).
- The negation or change sign. This operation is called unary, requiring one operand. -a means take the negative of the number a.

Examples. Let (-) be the negation and -- the regular minus.

- If you enter (-) 12 the TI84Plus accepts it and calculates the negative of 12.
- If you enter 12 (-) 13 the TI protests with a syntax error
- If you enter 12 ( (-) 13) the calculator interprets it as 12* (-13) and calculates -156.
- If you enter --12, the calculator displays Ans--12, where Ans is the last result calculated. If Ans happens to be 0, the new result is obviously the one you are expecting. But if Ans holds a non zero value, this is incorrect.

You can enter it exactly as it is written above. In this case, you must use the change sign (-) in both factors.

You can also decide to use the power rules and enter the expression as X^( -2 --1/3). In this case the first minus is the negation and the second is the regular minus.

I could go on with a few more examples, but that will take us away from your present concern.

In short.

- If the minus sign is the leftmost (first) symbol in your function (after the Y1=) you should use the negation. Any subsequent minus should be the regular minus --
- If the minus sign is the first symbol in an exponent, you must use the negation. Any subsequent minus in the expression of an exponent should be the regular minus --

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Dec 13, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

Hello,

The calculator will stop screaming out SYNTAX ERROR, when you stop ordering it to do things the wrong way.

Take a look at the manual.

For certain calculations you enter the number first and then press the function key.

For others, you press the function key then the number.

If an expression contains a left parenthesis, it must also have a closing right parenthesis.

It you want to enter negative 5, you use the change sign (-) not the regular MINUS sign.

These are exemples of instances where you get a syntax error. For every new type of calculation you have to perform, read the exemple in the manual to find out which must be entered first: the number or the function.

Hope it helps.

The calculator will stop screaming out SYNTAX ERROR, when you stop ordering it to do things the wrong way.

Take a look at the manual.

For certain calculations you enter the number first and then press the function key.

For others, you press the function key then the number.

If an expression contains a left parenthesis, it must also have a closing right parenthesis.

It you want to enter negative 5, you use the change sign (-) not the regular MINUS sign.

These are exemples of instances where you get a syntax error. For every new type of calculation you have to perform, read the exemple in the manual to find out which must be entered first: the number or the function.

Hope it helps.

Sep 30, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

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