Question about Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver Edition Graphic Calculator
How do I do percentages on the TI-84 plus. I just got the calculator and have been out of school for many years, obviously! Please help. Thanks
Just hit the 2ND key and the 0 (catalog key)scroll down to percentage or just divide the answer by 100.
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Posted on Feb 13, 2009
the solution in the picture was not helpful. its a stupid ti-84 plus silver edition. who ever tried to solve this is an idiot
There is none on the ti-84 plus. the above answer is a ti-84 plus silver edition. God Randy Hough is so ******* dumb
like seriously what kind of person would add letters and other stupid stuff to a calculator and not have a percentage sign on this very expensice calculator? whoever created this calc is so dumb!
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Couldn't find a percentage button under catalog. Don't know why I didn't think to divide by 100. Thanks so much! Susan
like seriously what kind of person would add letters and other stupid stuff to a calculator and not have a percentage sign on this very expensice calculator? whoever created this calc is so dumb!
Letters are actually really important in math, @Dildora. Instead of using a percent sign, simply multiply by the decimal equivalent. Instead of doing 50,000 * 84% = 42,000, you can get the same answer by doing 50,000 * 0.84 = 42,000. :)
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