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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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

There is no equation solving mode (utility) on this calculator. Sorry.

Apr 06, 2013 | Casio FX82MS Scientific Calculator

Your assumption

--Next, I should be able to press VARS, move to Y-VARS, select FUNCTION, then select Y-1 and automatically enter the equation into Y-1.-

is not correct.

When you press [STAT[>][CALC][4:LinReg(ax+b)] or any other regression model,the command echoes on the main screen. If you press [ENTER] at this point, the calculator uses by default lists L1 and L2 and displays the resulting equation without copying it in a Y-variable.

If you want to have the equation copied on a Y-function, you should modify the command as follows

LineReg(ax+b) [SHIFT][1: L1] [,] SHIFT[2:L2] [,] [VARS][>:Y-Vars] [1:Function][1:Y-1][ENTER].

Here, [>] stands for RightArrow. For any other regression model, use the appropriate command.

At this point, the command line should look like the following:

LinReg(ax+b) L1, L2, Y1

Press [ENTER] to calculate you get the same screen as when you do not save the equation in Y1, but if you go to the Y= editor or press GRAPH, you will see the regression line superposed on the scatter plot.

--Next, I should be able to press VARS, move to Y-VARS, select FUNCTION, then select Y-1 and automatically enter the equation into Y-1.-

is not correct.

When you press [STAT[>][CALC][4:LinReg(ax+b)] or any other regression model,the command echoes on the main screen. If you press [ENTER] at this point, the calculator uses by default lists L1 and L2 and displays the resulting equation without copying it in a Y-variable.

If you want to have the equation copied on a Y-function, you should modify the command as follows

LineReg(ax+b) [SHIFT][1: L1] [,] SHIFT[2:L2] [,] [VARS][>:Y-Vars] [1:Function][1:Y-1][ENTER].

Here, [>] stands for RightArrow. For any other regression model, use the appropriate command.

At this point, the command line should look like the following:

LinReg(ax+b) L1, L2, Y1

Press [ENTER] to calculate you get the same screen as when you do not save the equation in Y1, but if you go to the Y= editor or press GRAPH, you will see the regression line superposed on the scatter plot.

Jul 13, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

The regression equation can be copied automatically in a Yx variable. You need not enter it manually(?).

Example: Suppose you are performing a quadratic regression on data stored in L1 and L2.

Example: Suppose you are performing a quadratic regression on data stored in L1 and L2.

- From the [Stat][

Oct 12, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

Hello,

Press [SHIFT][MODE][6:Fix] and press a numbetr between (0--9). The number you select will be the number of decimal places your results have.

However if a result is smaller than 0.001 it will be in scientific notation.

Hope it helps.

Press [SHIFT][MODE][6:Fix] and press a numbetr between (0--9). The number you select will be the number of decimal places your results have.

However if a result is smaller than 0.001 it will be in scientific notation.

Hope it helps.

Oct 09, 2009 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

The [MODE] key can be used to select the modes described below.

Important! The following is a general explanation of Scientific Calculator modes. Note that your calculator may not include all of the modes described here.

1) Calculation Modes

Before performing a calculation, you first need to select the appropriate calculation mode.

COMP: Basic arithmetric calculations

(arithmetic operations, trigonometric functions, etc.)

COMPLEX: Complex number calculations

SD: Single-variable statistical calculations

(sample standard deviation, etc.)

LR or REG: Paired-variable statistical calculations

(linear regression statistical calculations, etc.)

BASE or BASE-n: Binary, octal, decimal, hexadecimal number system calculations

MAT: Matrix calculations (determinants, etc.)

VCT: Vector calculations

EQU: nth degree equations, simultaneous equations

2) Display Settings

Use these settings to control how calculation results are displayed.

Note that changing the Fix and Sci settings does not affect internal calculation results.

Norm: Exponential display format and cancels the currently configured Fix and Sci settings.

Fix: Specifies a fixed number of digits to the right of the decimal place.

Sci: Specifies a fixed number of significant digits.

3) Angle Unit Setting

(90°=?/2 radians=100 grads)

Deg: Degrees

Rad: Radians

Gra: Grads

4) Engineering Mode

Use this mode when you want to input and perform calculations using engineering symbols.

Please rate this response . .

Important! The following is a general explanation of Scientific Calculator modes. Note that your calculator may not include all of the modes described here.

1) Calculation Modes

Before performing a calculation, you first need to select the appropriate calculation mode.

COMP: Basic arithmetric calculations

(arithmetic operations, trigonometric functions, etc.)

COMPLEX: Complex number calculations

SD: Single-variable statistical calculations

(sample standard deviation, etc.)

LR or REG: Paired-variable statistical calculations

(linear regression statistical calculations, etc.)

BASE or BASE-n: Binary, octal, decimal, hexadecimal number system calculations

MAT: Matrix calculations (determinants, etc.)

VCT: Vector calculations

EQU: nth degree equations, simultaneous equations

2) Display Settings

Use these settings to control how calculation results are displayed.

Note that changing the Fix and Sci settings does not affect internal calculation results.

Norm: Exponential display format and cancels the currently configured Fix and Sci settings.

Fix: Specifies a fixed number of digits to the right of the decimal place.

Sci: Specifies a fixed number of significant digits.

3) Angle Unit Setting

(90°=?/2 radians=100 grads)

Deg: Degrees

Rad: Radians

Gra: Grads

4) Engineering Mode

Use this mode when you want to input and perform calculations using engineering symbols.

Please rate this response . .

Sep 08, 2009 | Casio MS-80TV Scientific Calculator

Simple:

Hit this sequence:

"ZOOM" "0"

That is for the "Zoom Fit" option. The calculator does not like the window you have for the equation you've given it. With this option, it will automatically give you the best fit in the window for the equation!

Hit this sequence:

"ZOOM" "0"

That is for the "Zoom Fit" option. The calculator does not like the window you have for the equation you've given it. With this option, it will automatically give you the best fit in the window for the equation!

Nov 14, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Let's start with the 1st equation. I assume you want to be able to recalculate by changing the number of pages.

Put 65 in cell a1.

360 in b1

In C1, put the formula =a1/b1 that's your book thickness

In D1, put .02 for the cover

In E1, put the formula =C1+D1

Now you can change A1, B1,or D1 and the Total thickness gets recalculated automatically. Be careful not to type numbers into C1 or E1, or you lose the formula.

The same for the other equations - a cell for each number ("variable") and another cell for calculations.

Once you've verified the results, then you can get fancy and add titles above each field to make it easy to remember what goes where.

You may need to change the cell format to control the number of decimal places, or thousands commas. Right click on a cell and select format to see the choices you have.

Keep a backup copy of the spreadsheet in case someone (not you, of course) makes a mistake and overwrites the formula cells. You can also look into "protecting" cells to keep them from being changed.

Hope that helps.

Put 65 in cell a1.

360 in b1

In C1, put the formula =a1/b1 that's your book thickness

In D1, put .02 for the cover

In E1, put the formula =C1+D1

Now you can change A1, B1,or D1 and the Total thickness gets recalculated automatically. Be careful not to type numbers into C1 or E1, or you lose the formula.

The same for the other equations - a cell for each number ("variable") and another cell for calculations.

Once you've verified the results, then you can get fancy and add titles above each field to make it easy to remember what goes where.

You may need to change the cell format to control the number of decimal places, or thousands commas. Right click on a cell and select format to see the choices you have.

Keep a backup copy of the spreadsheet in case someone (not you, of course) makes a mistake and overwrites the formula cells. You can also look into "protecting" cells to keep them from being changed.

Hope that helps.

Jul 14, 2008 | Computers & Internet

try a simple equation like x^2-1 which should come out with x = 1,-1

no sign change would indicate that the graph of the curve never crosses the x axis, if you graphed the above equation and calculated the zeros, it would come out with -1, 1 which it should, but if you put in x^2+1, the graph would never cross and therefore have no sign change from pos to neg or vice versa, the left-rt are the left and right bounds or the lower and upper bounds which was corrected in later calculators, Please let me know the outcome of graphing both of the above equations and then putting them in the solver. you could also use the quadratic equation to prove the answers if you liked, hope this helps

no sign change would indicate that the graph of the curve never crosses the x axis, if you graphed the above equation and calculated the zeros, it would come out with -1, 1 which it should, but if you put in x^2+1, the graph would never cross and therefore have no sign change from pos to neg or vice versa, the left-rt are the left and right bounds or the lower and upper bounds which was corrected in later calculators, Please let me know the outcome of graphing both of the above equations and then putting them in the solver. you could also use the quadratic equation to prove the answers if you liked, hope this helps

Mar 13, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Microsoft Equation is an optional component and is not automatically installed. To install Microsoft Equation, you have to run the Office Installer, and select Custom Installation. The installation wizard will present you with the optional components to install. Find Microsoft Equation, and make sure the Run this in my computer option is selected. Then continue with the installation. Office will configure itself to include the Microsoft Equation program.

Sep 21, 2007 | Microsoft Office Standard for PC

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