With the latest TI-84 updates, you can work with fractions as actual fractions - not operators or decimals. To insert a fraction press Alpha > F1 > 1:n/d. Enter a couple of numbers, press the "+" sign, do it again, press enter, and you will get your answer!
How to add fractions on a texas instruments TI-81
if you are looking to put it into a decmial then enter the fraction and press enter then F D artows are inbetween it.
I need help in how to convert fractions to decimals
Press MATH and select >Frac. Then press ENTER. This will change your last answer to a fraction. If the decimal is not you last answer, type the decimal and then follow the steps above.
You can't really type fractions, but you can use the divide function to create the fraction line, and imitate it in a way.
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Assuming you want to use fractions in your equation, let's use an example: 5/7 + 10/7Basically, you don't want it to divide the numbers first then add, because they are supposed to be fractions. Therefore you press the parentheses key and type: "5" "divide" "7" then the close parentheses sign. And you continue on, using the parentheses whenever you are symbolizing fractions.However, if you want to make your answer into a fraction.. it's a lot easier. Simply input whatever you are solving and then press enter. After wards, press the "MATH" key and enter when FRAC is highlighted. It should be #1. And there you have it, using fractions on TI-84 Plus Silver Edition :)
(This does not work with mixed numbers, only fractions and improper fractions.) Type the fraction as a division problem. For example three sixths would look like 3/6. Before pressing ENTER, press MATH and select the first option, >Frac. For example, if you are simplifying 3/6, you will see 3/6>Frac. Press ENTER to see the simplified fraction, in this case 1/2.
The TI-89 is the better calculator. It has more functions than the TI-84, but is also more complex. Each is better for different situations or skill levels with calculators.
Fractions equal to 7/9 are 14/18,21/27, 28/36, 35/45....and so on.
Follow the steps > Bracket, Number, Divided by, Number, Bracket.