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How do we set up this calculator to do chemistry formulas?

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Frankly there is no special setting. In view of the numbers you will have to enter and the results you will get the most appropriate display format is the Scientific one.

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Select [7:SCI]. You will be asked to select the number of decimal digits in the mantissa. The correct number will depend on the number of significant digits in the least precise of number you enter. What it means, is as follows: If you multiply two numbers and one has only 2 significant digits and the other one 6, your result cannot have more than 2 significant digits. But you can use the rule after you find the result and chop off all meaningless digits.

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SOURCE: how to program chemistry formulas into calculator

I usually just create a "program" (progs, new) and just type them in there

also, there is a program called notefolio with which you can type them in the pc before sending them to the TI

last there is a periodic table for the ti which you can find here

i hope it helps

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