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# I cant find how to get this calculator into degrees mode?

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• kakima Sep 06, 2010

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Make sure the calculator is set to degrees. Press MODE and ensure that "DEGREE" is highlighted on the third line. Press 2ND QUIT to get out of the mode screen.

To calculate the inverse sine of 42/57, press
2ND SIN^-1 4 2 / 5 7 ENTER

The arcsine of 42/57 is about 47.46 degrees.

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It means your calculator is set to degrees mode. Angles can be measured using three different units: degrees (360 degrees in a circle), radians (2pi radians in a circle), or grads (400 grads in a circle).

Pressing the DRG key cycles through the three modes. No matter which mode you select, one of the annunciators will appear on the screen to indicate the current mode.

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### Calculation errors

The sine of 90 radians is about 0.89, as your calculator shows. If you want the sine of 90 degrees, change the angular mode to degrees by pressing MODE, use the cursor keys to highlight "Degree" on the third line, press ENTER then 2nd QUIT.
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### My TI-83 plus say Cos(180) =-.598.. What is wrong?

Nothing's wrong with your calculator. The cosine of 180 radians is -.598...

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Your calculator is set to radians, which is the norm for higher mathematics. To set it to degrees, press MODE to bring up the mode editor, press down-arrow twice to get the the angular mode, press right-arrow to highlight "DEGREE," and press ENTER. Press 2ND [QUIT] to exit the mode editor.

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### Cant get it into degree mode for oct mode

If you want to use degrees (to have a DEG appear on top of the screen) you must exit all base-N modes (bin, oct, hex, or pent if available) and set the calculator numeration mode to DEC, decimal (the usual computational moode). The other modes are appropriate for handling certain types of calculations with integer (whole) numbers.

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### The numbers are not visible on the screen and Im not able to set the calculator on the degree mode .

First try this- press the 2nd key and press and hold the up arrow key or the down arrow on the right side of the calculator a for a few seconds and see if the curser appears - if it does - than problem solved . to set the calculator to degree mode press the MODE button and find Radain, degree and hightlight it by moving the curser over it and press enter than exit it now set to degree and press sin(30 and enter and see if you get .5 as a result it it does than problem solved

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### How do i enter 35 degrees 20 minutes into my TI-81 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
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### Using Cos/Sin

Calculator turns on in "degree" mode. Just enter angle in degrees then press "SIN", "COS" "TAN".

Most people work in degrees but you can switch to Rads or Grads to Degrees modes by pressing "DRG" repeatedly with zero displayed, Current angular mode will show in display.

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Press "2ND" "MODE" to enter the mode screen. Press down-arrow twice to get to the angular mode. Press right-arrow or left-arrow to highlight the desired angular mode, then press "ENTER" to select it. Exit the mode screen by pressing "2ND" "QUIT"

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