Question about Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Where is the e key o the TI-30x not the e^ I need to calculate log pi/log e(pi)

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There is no key dedicated to e. You can calculate the value by raising e to the first power: 1 2nd [e^x] =

Posted on Dec 02, 2010

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Press the key marked with the Greek letter Pi.

May 20, 2018 •
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http://education.ti.com/guidebooks/scientific/30xii/teacher_guide/30xiitg-eng_.pdf page 108 may shed light on this. This may not be your exact model but the keys work the same.

Nov 29, 2013 •
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Press the key that is marked with a small circle, an apostrophe, and a double quotation mark. That is the DMS key. You can use it to convert from Decimal degress to DMS and back.

Oct 27, 2011 •
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You can download the TI-30Xa guidebook from the manufacturer's web site at

http://education.ti.com/calculators/downloads/US/Guidebooks/Detail?id=6132

The TI-30Xa replaced the TI-30X within a year. The only enhancement was the added Constant key.

The TI-30XII, introduced about five years later, is a significantly different calculator, incorporating, among other things, a two-line display.

http://education.ti.com/calculators/downloads/US/Guidebooks/Detail?id=6132

The TI-30Xa replaced the TI-30X within a year. The only enhancement was the added Constant key.

The TI-30XII, introduced about five years later, is a significantly different calculator, incorporating, among other things, a two-line display.

Jun 13, 2011 •
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What you call the antilog is also known as as the power function. More specifically, the inverse of a decimal log is the function 10 to a power, (10^x) It shares the same physical key as the log function. If the calculator has a key marked [LOG] you have to press the [2nd or SHIFT] key followed by the [LOG] key to activate the anti-log.

For natural log (logarithms in base e) the antilog is the exponential function (e^x). It shares the same physical key as the [LN] function.

For natural log (logarithms in base e) the antilog is the exponential function (e^x). It shares the same physical key as the [LN] function.

May 09, 2011 •
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The +/- key on the ti-30x is to let the calculator know whether the number you are using is positive or negative. EX: 4 3 2 1 = positive -4 -3 -2 -1 = negative

Mar 08, 2011 •
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You can calculate the log to any base by using the relationship logb(x) = log(x)/log(b) = ln(x)/ln(b). In words, the base-b logarithm of x is the logarithm of x divided by the logarithm of b.

So, to calculate the log base 3 of 18, press

1 8 LOG / 3 LOG =

or

1 8 LN / 3 LN =

So, to calculate the log base 3 of 18, press

1 8 LOG / 3 LOG =

or

1 8 LN / 3 LN =

Mar 06, 2011 •
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Common antilog is the 2nd function of the LOG key, natural antilog is the 2nd function of the LN key.

Dec 14, 2010 •
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Use the LOG key for common logarithms, the LN key for natural logarithms. Use the SHIFT of those keys for antilogarithms.

Example: to calculate the natural log of 2, press LN 2 =

Example: to calculate the natural log of 2, press LN 2 =

Sep 16, 2010 •
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If you have an older version on the TI30x Solar (not TI30Xa or newer) then you must use a different key sequence for nPr/nCr.

52 [2nd][x/y] 5 [2nd][nCr] gives 2598960 (the x/y button is above the Pi symbol on my version).

8 [2nd][x/y] 3 [2nd][nPr] gives 336

This took me forever to find out, so hopefully it will help someone!

52 [2nd][x/y] 5 [2nd][nCr] gives 2598960 (the x/y button is above the Pi symbol on my version).

8 [2nd][x/y] 3 [2nd][nPr] gives 336

This took me forever to find out, so hopefully it will help someone!

Jan 27, 2010 •
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