Question about Texas Instruments TI-86 Calculator

Press "2ND" "MATH" "F3" to invoke the Angle menu.

Enter the number of degrees, press "F3", enter the number of minutes, press "F3", enter the number of seconds, press "F3", then press "ENTER".

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Press [2nd][MODE] to enter the default setup screen. On the third line Radian, Degree, highlight degree and press ENTER. From then on, angle values will be interpreted as degree values.

Feb 26, 2012 | Texas Instruments TI-86 Calculator

Enter it as DD.MMSS and then press 2nd [DMS-DD] to convert it to decimal for further calculations.

For example, to enter 21 degrees 34 minutes 45 seconds, enter 21.3445 then press 2nd [DMS-DD].

For example, to enter 21 degrees 34 minutes 45 seconds, enter 21.3445 then press 2nd [DMS-DD].

May 12, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

The notation for minute is a single quotation, ' . To access this symbol, press the 2nd key, then the Angle key. The single quotation mark is the second option on the menu that comes up after pressing 2nd+Angle.

Apr 08, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Enter DMS (Degrees/Minutes/Seconds) values as D.MMSSs, using 0s as necessary:

- D degrees (0-7 digits)
- . decimal-point separator
- MM minutes (must be 2 digits)
- SS seconds (must be 2 digits)
- s fractional part of a second

- 46° 15' as 46.15.
- 179° 9' 2.54" as 179.090254, note the 0s in front of the 9 and 2.

Jan 13, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-36 X Solar Calculator

The DMS symbols are available under the ANGLE menu

Press [2nd][APPS] (ANGLE)

Under that menu you find the degree and minute symbol. To enter the seconds unit you use the key sequence [ALPHA][+] (")

To enter 1deg 15 minutes and 37 seconds

1 [2nd][APPS] [1:deg] 15[2nd][Apps][2:'] 37 [ALPHA] [+]

To enter a number in decimal degrees (eg 15.37)

Press [2nd][APPS] (ANGLE)

Under that menu you find the degree and minute symbol. To enter the seconds unit you use the key sequence [ALPHA][+] (")

To enter 1deg 15 minutes and 37 seconds

1 [2nd][APPS] [1:deg] 15[2nd][Apps][2:'] 37 [ALPHA] [+]

To enter a number in decimal degrees (eg 15.37)

- If angle unit is the degree just enter 15.37
- If angle unit is the radian , you must specify the angle unit as degrees: To enter 15.37 degrees you type 15.37 [2nd][Apps][1: degree] [ENTER].

Feb 08, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Enter the angle in degrees-minutes-seconds using the single-tick (') for all three parts. Do NOT use the degree and second symbols. In my TI-86 manual, it's on page 285.

Jan 15, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-86 Calculator

On this family of calculators, you do as follows

To convert this back to DMS, press [ANGLE][|=>DMS][ENTER] and the calculator displays the original value 15 deg 25' 32"

- Enter the first number (degrees), ex:15
- Press [2nd][APPS] (ANGLE) to access the Angle functions
- Select [1: degree symbol] [ENTER]
- Main screen shows 15 deg
- Enter the minutes, ex 25
- Press [2nd] [APPS](ANGLE) to access Angle functions
- Select [2:' apostrophe] [ENTER]
- Screen echoes 15 deg 25'
- Enter the seconds number, ex 32
- Press [ALPHA][+] (") to access the double quotation mark.
- Screen echoes 15 deg 25' 32"
- Press [ENTER]
- Calculator converts this in decimal degrees 15.42555556

To convert this back to DMS, press [ANGLE][|=>DMS][ENTER] and the calculator displays the original value 15 deg 25' 32"

Jan 11, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

As far as I know, the TI-81 doesn't have a degree-minute-second entry mode the later TIs have. But to answer your question, you can always do it as:

35 + 20 / 60

followed by ENTER if needed.

If you're in Radian mode instead of Degree mode, you'd have to follow up with MATH 6 to specify degrees instead of radians.

35 + 20 / 60

followed by ENTER if needed.

If you're in Radian mode instead of Degree mode, you'd have to follow up with MATH 6 to specify degrees instead of radians.

Sep 29, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-81 Calculator

No DMS button

1degree 22.25 minutes

2nd Math F3 1 F1 22 f3 15 f3 enter

1degree 22.25 minutes

2nd Math F3 1 F1 22 f3 15 f3 enter

Sep 05, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-85 Calculator

Yes. Use the following procedure to enter an angle in degrees-minutes-seconds form:

Enter the number of degrees. Press "2ND" "ANGLE" "1"

Enter the number of minutes. Press "2ND" "ANGLE" "2"

Enter the number of minutes. Press "ALPHA" " (double-quote above the +)

The ANGLE key is the APPS key.

Enter the number of degrees. Press "2ND" "ANGLE" "1"

Enter the number of minutes. Press "2ND" "ANGLE" "2"

Enter the number of minutes. Press "ALPHA" " (double-quote above the +)

The ANGLE key is the APPS key.

Aug 19, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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i am getting the degrees and minutes input,but i am still having trouble inputing the seconds portion. it must be able to do it because if i do a conversion from degrees to bearings the seconds portion of the bearing shows in the answer.

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