Q: How do you convert fractions to decimals on a ti 85?

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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

yes....you can use any calculator that you are comfortable with....

if you are looking to put it into a decmial then enter the fraction and press enter then F D artows are inbetween it.

Simple, just put the division in parenthesis. For example; three fourths plus two thirds is (3/4)+(2/3)

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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.

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

The TI-85 was the second graphing calculator made by Texas Instruments. (The first was the TI-81). The TI-84 is a much newer version and has more functionality and memory. The only real advantage that the TI-85 has over the TI-84 is that it costs less. As far as where you are allowed to use the calculator, almost every test or class that allows a TI-85 will allow a TI-84 as well. The TI-84 is a much better investment. (If the TI-84 is too expensive, look into getting a TI-83. This model is also newer than the TI-85.)

The TI-82 was designed and introduced in 1993, as a replacement for the TI-81, and as a more user friendly version of the TI-85.

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You can enter complex fractions on a TI-Inspire calculator, even though there is not a fraction button. Since a fraction bar essentially means to divide, so the division button is a fraction bar.

You type in, for example, 4/5, or the number 4, then division , then the number 5. You may or may not want to put it in brackets eg. (4/5) You should only need to if you were raising it to a power eg. (4/5)^2

divide by 100

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yes....you can use any calculator that you are comfortable with....