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How do I change the settings to get my answers in

How do I change the settings in my TI-89 to get my answers in decimals INSTEAD of FRACTIONS?
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If you hit the diamond key before enter you will always get your solution as a decimal

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How do I set my ti 89 to spit out fractions instead of decimals


You can do it per problem by using the exact( function, or you can change the mode so that it always displays fractions by changing EXACT/APPROX from Auto to Exact

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The calculator does not do decimals, it only does fractions.


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The simplest way to get decimal numbers is to put a decimal point at the end of an integer in a term. Here are a few exemples. Hope it helps.

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what you do is click on the 'mode' button and go down to the 'Exact/Approximate' parameter and choose Approximate. hit enter and you're good.

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