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# How do I put a fraction in?? - Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

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Make sure you're in MathIO mode. Press SHIFT MODE 1 to select this.

Press the fraction key (the stacked boxes, just below the CALC key in the leftmost column). Enter the numerator. Press the down-arrow. Enter the denominator. Press the right-arrow to finish the fraction and continue.

For an improper fracxtion, press SHIFT then the fraction key. Enter the integer portion, right-arrow, the numerator, the down-arrow, the denominator, and then right-arrow to finish.

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4. Press the multiplication key
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1. Enter a numerator
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