Which button is the fraction key button

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Yeah, there isn't a fraction button on an 84. You have to enter it manually as 4/9 or if simplifying a decimal, use the Ans>Frac under the MATH menu

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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If you mean to add fractions or something you would need to have (4/9)+(5/9)

If you mean to convert an answer to a fraction you would then go to test and hit the >Frac selection.

Posted on Sep 16, 2008

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Hit the "Math" key to find fraction function mode

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

The fraction button is usually marked [a b/c]. Its shifted function [d/c] converts a mixed number into an improper fraction.

To enter a mixed number, say 7 3/5

Enter 7, press the [a b/c] key, enter 3, press the [a b/c] key, enter 5. Press =/EXE

To enter a mixed number, say 7 3/5

Enter 7, press the [a b/c] key, enter 3, press the [a b/c] key, enter 5. Press =/EXE

Mar 18, 2014 | Sharp el-531x scientific calculator

Press the S<->D button located just above the DEL button.

Oct 14, 2013 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

Yes, you do have the division key. It is the division key. However, if you want the fraction to remain a fraction, enter the numerator, press the division key, type in the denominator then Press [MATH] [1:>Frac] then press ENTER. The fraction that will be displayed will be the reduced form.

Sep 19, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-82 Calculator

The inverse of what&? Each inverse function uses the same key (shifted) as its direct function. For the reciprocal key look for x^-1 or [1/X]

Sep 15, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-36 X Solar Calculator

The calculator has a key marked with two squares on top of one another and with a fraction bar between them. The key is to the left, below the ABS key..

The shifted function of that key is the mixed fraction [a b/c]. I am not convinced you need a specific key to enter a mixed fraction: you can just type in the integer part (whole part) then + then use the fraction key (the one with the two squares.)

The shifted function of that key is the mixed fraction [a b/c]. I am not convinced you need a specific key to enter a mixed fraction: you can just type in the integer part (whole part) then + then use the fraction key (the one with the two squares.)

Aug 01, 2011 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

There is no "fraction" button on the TI-83 plus. You will have to press the divide key (2 buttons below the CLEAR key) and then use the parentheses (immediately to the left of the divide key) to tell the calculator the correct order of operations. For example, "1/3x+9" means ".333333x+9", but "1/(3x)+9" means the "x" goes on the bottom of the fraction.

Jan 18, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

To enter an improper fraction you just use the division button. For a mixed fraction you use the [a b/c] key as follows:

5 3/7: Type 5 [a b/c] 3 [a b/c] 7 [=]

To convert a fraction result to an improper fraction use key sequence [2nd] [a b/c] (d/c).

5 3/7: Type 5 [a b/c] 3 [a b/c] 7 [=]

To convert a fraction result to an improper fraction use key sequence [2nd] [a b/c] (d/c).

Aug 31, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

A fraction is in fact a ratio of two number: a division of a numerator by a denominator. The key used for the division operation is the one above the multiplication sign and below the caret [^], and in thee rightmost column of keys.

Beware that this calculator converts any ratio of two numbers into a decimal value. To keep a fraction in a fraction form you must use the [|=>Frac] or [ToFrac] command. To convert a decimal result to a fraction, use the [|=>Dec] command.

These commands are accessible through the CATALOG or more easily by pressing [MATH] (under the ALPHA key) and selecting [1:|=>Frac], or [2:|=>Dec]

Ex: to keep 27/48 in fraction form you enter

27 [/] 48 [MATH][1:|=>Frac] [ENTER]. Result is 9/16

You will notice that the resulting fraction is reduced to its simplest form.

To convert the above result from fraction to decimal press [MATH][2:|=>Dec]

A fraction can always be approximated by a decimal value but the converse is not always possible.

Beware that this calculator converts any ratio of two numbers into a decimal value. To keep a fraction in a fraction form you must use the [|=>Frac] or [ToFrac] command. To convert a decimal result to a fraction, use the [|=>Dec] command.

These commands are accessible through the CATALOG or more easily by pressing [MATH] (under the ALPHA key) and selecting [1:|=>Frac], or [2:|=>Dec]

Ex: to keep 27/48 in fraction form you enter

27 [/] 48 [MATH][1:|=>Frac] [ENTER]. Result is 9/16

You will notice that the resulting fraction is reduced to its simplest form.

To convert the above result from fraction to decimal press [MATH][2:|=>Dec]

A fraction can always be approximated by a decimal value but the converse is not always possible.

Jan 23, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

To do fractions, just use the normal divide button.

To see the exact answer, hit MODE and scroll down to Exact/Approx and change to EXACT. In this mode, it will give the fraction always unless you press the special (green button with diamond) before pressing ENTER and it will give the approximate decimal value.

To see the exact answer, hit MODE and scroll down to Exact/Approx and change to EXACT. In this mode, it will give the fraction always unless you press the special (green button with diamond) before pressing ENTER and it will give the approximate decimal value.

Jan 22, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS Calculator

where is the fraction key

Dec 08, 2007 | Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIb Calculator

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