Q: Use the function below to find F6 Use the slash to enter fractions if necessary?

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1/7 x 3x = 2187/7

35 x (1/7)x = 5/7

7 x (1/9)x = 7/59049 2x = 32

5x = 125 3x = 27 1/3 x 4x = 64/3

You can use the Insert Function button and choose the Math and Trigonometry category. From there you can pick the function you need and enter it in. All the main ones are there. You can enter in the radians using the PI function. So to get the SINE for 45Â° you would enter it as follows: =SIN(45*PI()/180) You can also use the RADIANS function: =SIN(RADIANS(45))

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4 x 1/23t = 1/2

7 x 1/9x = 7/6561

1/7 x 3x = 2187/7

35 x (1/7)x = 5/7

7 x (1/9)x = 7/59049 2x = 32

5x = 125 3x = 27 1/3 x 4x = 64/3

Yes, both are necessary for the cell to produce energy to function.

That function depends on the calculator's capabilites. Some calculators do not show fractions. They only represent fractions as a decimal value (e.g. 50% is represented in the calculator as .5). If your calculator has a fraction function, you can enter 50% then press the fraction button & it will display 1/2 (which is the lowest fraction for 50%).

Yes it can. It enables you to enter a function into the worksheet.

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!

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