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Oct 04, 2014 | Games

Most probable that you are not using the correct syntax.

Press MATH, then scroll down to reach the SOLVER line. Press ENTER. Create the equation, using the ALPHA keyboard to type in letter symbols.

Press ENTER. The screen that opens displays the equation and a list of the variable present in your equation. Each letter (variable) must have a value, except the unknown. If there is a 0 after the = sign on the same line as the unknown, you must clear it so as to leave a blank.

Specify the lower bound and the upper bound to speed up the search.

Once finished press [ALPHA][ENTER] to execute the (SOLVER)

Press MATH, then scroll down to reach the SOLVER line. Press ENTER. Create the equation, using the ALPHA keyboard to type in letter symbols.

Press ENTER. The screen that opens displays the equation and a list of the variable present in your equation. Each letter (variable) must have a value, except the unknown. If there is a 0 after the = sign on the same line as the unknown, you must clear it so as to leave a blank.

Specify the lower bound and the upper bound to speed up the search.

Once finished press [ALPHA][ENTER] to execute the (SOLVER)

Oct 20, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

There are a few routines to solve simultaneous LINEAR equations that are embedded in the Operating system of the calculator.

If you need download and install instructions, you will find them here.

- solve(
- Simult(

If you need download and install instructions, you will find them here.

Aug 01, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

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Mar 14, 2010 | 1997 Chevrolet Suburban

Hi,

I have no way of knowing why it is giving you wrong answers. If you have an idea what the answer might be, you should use this knowledge to help the calculator find your solution, either by giving a better guess (initial value) or by restricting the domain of values, instead of -1e99 and 1E99.

It is also possible that you may have set up the problem incorrectly. For this reason I am describing how to use the** Solver** and the **solve(** command.

You have two ways to solve an equation with the TI84Plus

**The solve( command**

**The interactive Solver**

Press [MATH][0:Solver]. You see what is on the first picture (I entered K-0.5*V^2). Press [ENTER]. You see what is on the right picture.

In the interactive solver you enter a value for all the parameters, constants,**for all, save the entity you are solving for, here V.** So **you must clear the 0 to the right of the = sign after the V**. when finished you press [ALPHA][ENTER] (SOLVE).

Here is what I get for the small exemple I chose.

Left -rt=0 shows that the root was found to within the calculator's tolerance.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for using FixYa.

I have no way of knowing why it is giving you wrong answers. If you have an idea what the answer might be, you should use this knowledge to help the calculator find your solution, either by giving a better guess (initial value) or by restricting the domain of values, instead of -1e99 and 1E99.

It is also possible that you may have set up the problem incorrectly. For this reason I am describing how to use the

You have two ways to solve an equation with the TI84Plus

- The solve( command the syntax of which is solve( expr, var,guess, {lower_limit, upper_limit}). Here expr is the expression (without =0), var is the variable you solve for, guess is you estimate of the solution, lower_limit and upper_limit are the bounds of the domain where you are looking for a solution. Of course your guess must be between theses limits.
- The Interactive Solver.

- The solve command is accessed through the catalog of commands [2nd][0] (CATALOG).
- Press [LN] (S) to let the cursor jump to the first command that starts with s.
- Scroll down to reach the solve( command.
- Select it and press [ENTER]. The command echoes on main screen.
- Enter the different arguments: expr, var, guess, etc.
- Close the right parenthesis and press [ENTER].
- Wait for the solution to be displayed.

Press [MATH][0:Solver]. You see what is on the first picture (I entered K-0.5*V^2). Press [ENTER]. You see what is on the right picture.

In the interactive solver you enter a value for all the parameters, constants,

Here is what I get for the small exemple I chose.

Left -rt=0 shows that the root was found to within the calculator's tolerance.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for using FixYa.

Dec 10, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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Oct 29, 2009 | The Learning Company Super Solvers -...

Your Solver is a numerical solver not a symbolic one. You have to supply an initial guess at a solution and the Solver finds it. If you suspect, or know, that there are others jut run the solver again supplying the initial guess for each additional solution.

One easy way to locate the roots of an equation is to draw the function (without =0) and see on the graph the approximate values of x where the function vanishes. These approximate values of the roots can be used as initial guesses in the Solver.

One easy way to locate the roots of an equation is to draw the function (without =0) and see on the graph the approximate values of x where the function vanishes. These approximate values of the roots can be used as initial guesses in the Solver.

Nov 20, 2008 | Casio FX-9750GPlus Calculator

Goal Seek Solver and Sceanerios are a Part of What if Data Analysis Tools.

Goal Seek find the Expected Change in terms of value to a calculated Items.

For Example if you have a sales data for the year 2007 where Profit is 350000 and you want to make it 500000 for the year 2008 so what changes you will do in Product cost or Product Price this you will find with Goal Seek. It is also known as Back calculation. It has some restrictions which is overcome by Solver. But before doing this type of calculation use Sceanerios to store different Calculated values using Goal Seek and Solver. You dont have to add these values in different sheets all the values stored as a sceanerios. so You can show different Predections to the customers without moving around the Sheets.

Goal Seek find the Expected Change in terms of value to a calculated Items.

For Example if you have a sales data for the year 2007 where Profit is 350000 and you want to make it 500000 for the year 2008 so what changes you will do in Product cost or Product Price this you will find with Goal Seek. It is also known as Back calculation. It has some restrictions which is overcome by Solver. But before doing this type of calculation use Sceanerios to store different Calculated values using Goal Seek and Solver. You dont have to add these values in different sheets all the values stored as a sceanerios. so You can show different Predections to the customers without moving around the Sheets.

Nov 17, 2008 | Microsoft 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

Here you go:
http://66.179.52.179/franklin/data/public/manuals/cwp-206.pdf

Aug 19, 2007 | Franklin CWP-206

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