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My Ti 83 does fractions (once you go into "math" then "fraction>" it converts a decimal to a fraction) And the Ti86 came out a year after the TI83, so that's going to be a yes.

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May 14, 2014 | Texas Instruments TI-68 Calculator

The TI-84 works with real fractions. It will not convert complex numbers to fractions.

You can convert the real and imaginary components to fractions separately. For your example, 1/(1+i) is .5-.5i. Converting .5 and -.5 to fractions, you get 1/2 + (1/2)i.

You can convert the real and imaginary components to fractions separately. For your example, 1/(1+i) is .5-.5i. Converting .5 and -.5 to fractions, you get 1/2 + (1/2)i.

Sep 15, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

The following examples will demonstrate how to
convert decimals into fractions using the TI-30Xa and TI-30Xa Solar.
Please be aware that TI-30Xa Solar School Edition calculators do not
have this functionality.

**Example**: Convert .25 to 1/4

- Input .25, press [2nd][<--] (says F<>D above it).

**** F<>D means fraction to decimal, decimal to fraction. **

**Example**: Convert 1.38 to 1_19/50

- Input 1.38, press [2nd][<--].

**Example**: Convert 9.75 to 9_3/4

- Input 9.75, press [2nd]{<--].

- Input .25, press [2nd][<--] (says F<>D above it).

- Input 1.38, press [2nd][<--].

- Input 9.75, press [2nd]{<--].

Mar 08, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

What's the problem? That's the correct answer.

Feb 17, 2011 | Cameras

Hi william_kien,

The Ti 89 solves a lot of fraction problems by being in the right mode and, the use of several commands. One of my first problems here at Fixya was to find a solution for, "How do i convert a decimal answer to fractions prefferably with matrixes."

Here the problem was solved just by being in the EXACT mode.

Another fraction nightmare, so I thought was to solve for, "I want to solve a Binomial Theorem problem!" You have to go to the end of the problem but, I solved it just by the use of the expand command.

The best way to display fraction is in Pretty Print and, in the EXACT mode. Here is a small demonstration of the 3 mode setting in the Ti 89 and, the effect of each to the way a fraction is displayed.

This is a demonstration of the Ti 89 simplifying and, displaying in fractional form in the AUTO mode.

This is a demonstration of the Ti 89 making numbers proper and, displaying them in fractional form while in the EXACT mode.

This demonstration of the Ti 89 not even converting in fractional form and, displaying in the APPROX mode.

You should always use parentheses when entering equations or, fractions into the calculator. Pictured just below you can see how the Ti 89 can miss-interpret what is being entered.

The propFrac command is a great tool to reducing to the simplest form.

propFrac(expression,var). This will return an expression as a

proper expression

Sometime with joining or, combining fractions you have to get the common denominator. As you can see below the comDenom command is a great tool for that.

The Ti 89's ability to compute fractions is only limited to the ability and, knowledge of the person using it. Even though, it has a tendency of making a not so, mathematically inclined person look like they have been doing them all there life.

I just gave several ways I go about solving and, displaying fractions. The best way to display fraction is in Pretty Print and, in the EXACT mode. Sometimes that isn't even enough and, you have to use parentheses and, commands to do the job.

Jan 10, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

The TI-83 doesn't really work with fractions. You can enter a fraction as a quotient. For example, one-third can be entered as (1/3) by pressing ( 1 / 3 ). However, the calculator works with numbers in decimal format. You can convert a result to a fraction by using the >Frac command, available by pressing MATH 1.

Nov 03, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

The TI-84 doesn't really work with fractions. Type in a fraction as a quotient. For example, to type in one-half, type ( 1 / 2 ).

Oct 21, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Two ways:

1) hit the equal sign

2) hit 2nd and [d/c] (you can do this multiple times to see it as the most reduced improper fraction or as a mixed fraction)

1) hit the equal sign

2) hit 2nd and [d/c] (you can do this multiple times to see it as the most reduced improper fraction or as a mixed fraction)

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

Enter the fraction for example: enter 8/12.

The answer will be .666666

Then click Math (which is located under the Alpha button).

Click the ->Frac button (the first one).

It should come up as Ans->Frac.

Click Enter.

It should now read 2/3 which is 8/12 reduced.

Note: I have a TI-84 Plus Silver Edition, and the TI-84 Plus might not have this function, but that is how I do it on my TI-84 Plus Silver Edition

The answer will be .666666

Then click Math (which is located under the Alpha button).

Click the ->Frac button (the first one).

It should come up as Ans->Frac.

Click Enter.

It should now read 2/3 which is 8/12 reduced.

Note: I have a TI-84 Plus Silver Edition, and the TI-84 Plus might not have this function, but that is how I do it on my TI-84 Plus Silver Edition

Nov 08, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

In the CATALOG there is a >Frac command that can be used with parentheses to multiply fractions.

(1/2)(1/3)>Frac

1/6

(1/2)(1/3)>Frac

1/6

Jun 18, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-85 Calculator

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