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2/6 is same with 1/3.

Converting them to decimal will give you 0.333333.

Hope this helps!

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Apr 07, 2017 | The Optics

Assume that the letter "a" represents the number of 7th graders.

Since there are twice as many 6th graders we can call them "2a".

There are 57 total members, we can make the following statement:

2a + a = 57

We can simplify this to say 3a = 57.

Divide 57 by 3 = 19. (this is the value of "a")

There are 19 seventh graders and 19 x 2 sixth graders or 38.

38 + 19 = 57

Since there are twice as many 6th graders we can call them "2a".

There are 57 total members, we can make the following statement:

2a + a = 57

We can simplify this to say 3a = 57.

Divide 57 by 3 = 19. (this is the value of "a")

There are 19 seventh graders and 19 x 2 sixth graders or 38.

38 + 19 = 57

Sep 20, 2013 | M2K Garfield: It's All About Math Math...

You apparently have the base set to something other than decimal. Press 2nd [MODE]. Use the arrow keys to move down to the sixth line, select "Dec", then press EXIT.

May 12, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-85 Calculator

Hi mandajoytoll,

Your in binary mode. All you can enter is 1 or an 0 in that mode or, your going to get an error. That is what the b at the end of the number is telling you, Binary! You probably want to change to Dec mode. Press [2nd] [MODE] and arrow down about 5 time. You'll probably notice Bin is highlighted. Select Dec by pressing [ENTER] to go to decimal mode calculations. Then press [EXIT] or, [2nd] [QUIT]. If you have any questions just post a comment and, I'll respond quickly.

Your in binary mode. All you can enter is 1 or an 0 in that mode or, your going to get an error. That is what the b at the end of the number is telling you, Binary! You probably want to change to Dec mode. Press [2nd] [MODE] and arrow down about 5 time. You'll probably notice Bin is highlighted. Select Dec by pressing [ENTER] to go to decimal mode calculations. Then press [EXIT] or, [2nd] [QUIT]. If you have any questions just post a comment and, I'll respond quickly.

Jan 26, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-86 Calculator

This is not an error. .001 multiplied by .001 is 1E-6.

If the absolute value of a number is less than .001, the calculator will always display it in scientific notation. 1E-6 is interpreted as 1 times 10 to the minus sixth power.

If the absolute value of a number is less than .001, the calculator will always display it in scientific notation. 1E-6 is interpreted as 1 times 10 to the minus sixth power.

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

Hello,

Your question is not in the right section. Also, it has the wrong heading. Try to pay attention, will you?

1. Use the key that appears on the sixth line in the picture. 10 [Y to the x] [(+/-)] 14 : the (+/-) is the change sign/ negation sign, not the regular minus sign. The [Y to the x] key can be used to calculate the power with any exponent ( negative, positive, integer, fraction, decimal, ..)

2. The procedure above is not efficient since the calculator has a short cut to 10 to the power., the key labeled [EE}. With this key you enter 1.[EE] (+/-) 14

Hope it helps.

Your question is not in the right section. Also, it has the wrong heading. Try to pay attention, will you?

1. Use the key that appears on the sixth line in the picture. 10 [Y to the x] [(+/-)] 14 : the (+/-) is the change sign/ negation sign, not the regular minus sign. The [Y to the x] key can be used to calculate the power with any exponent ( negative, positive, integer, fraction, decimal, ..)

2. The procedure above is not efficient since the calculator has a short cut to 10 to the power., the key labeled [EE}. With this key you enter 1.[EE] (+/-) 14

Hope it helps.

Nov 11, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hello Michelle,

Sorry, the answer was posted as a clarification request. Here it is again.

1. Use the key that appears on the sixth line in the picture. 10 [Y to the x] [(+/-)] 14 : the (+/-) is the change sign/ negation sign, not the regular minus sign. This key can be used to calculate the power with any exponent ( negative, positive, integer, fraction, decimal, ..) 2. The procedure above is not efficient since the calculator has a short cut to 10 to the power., the key labeled [EE}. With this key you enter 1.[EE] (+/-) 14

Hope it helps.

Sorry, the answer was posted as a clarification request. Here it is again.

1. Use the key that appears on the sixth line in the picture. 10 [Y to the x] [(+/-)] 14 : the (+/-) is the change sign/ negation sign, not the regular minus sign. This key can be used to calculate the power with any exponent ( negative, positive, integer, fraction, decimal, ..) 2. The procedure above is not efficient since the calculator has a short cut to 10 to the power., the key labeled [EE}. With this key you enter 1.[EE] (+/-) 14

Hope it helps.

Nov 01, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Hi,

I I understand correctly, you want your results to be displayed with 7 decimal digits, right?

Pressing the MODE button/key will take you to the first page of your calculator default settings.

Scroll down the list to Display digits where it says on the right FLOAT 6

Press the right arrow to on your directional button, a list opens up showing all the options available for you.

Then you can select FLOAT 7 Pressing ENTER then ENTER will validate your new default stting and take you back to the HOME screen.

If instead you are interested in FIX 7 you can so choose.

Hope it helps

I I understand correctly, you want your results to be displayed with 7 decimal digits, right?

Pressing the MODE button/key will take you to the first page of your calculator default settings.

Scroll down the list to Display digits where it says on the right FLOAT 6

Press the right arrow to on your directional button, a list opens up showing all the options available for you.

Then you can select FLOAT 7 Pressing ENTER then ENTER will validate your new default stting and take you back to the HOME screen.

If instead you are interested in FIX 7 you can so choose.

Hope it helps

Jul 08, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

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