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Q: How do you put fractions on a Texas Instruments TI 30X IIS calculator?

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

Use the n/d button (n over d) and type your fraction then press enter

The GCF is 5.

You can't. It's a sign that your calculator is operating in degrees mode, as opposed to radians or gradients. Degrees is the default setting as well.

Algebraically, with X = ' what. '30X = 180X = 180/30X = 6=====

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Yes, the Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS, released in 2003, is a scientific calculator. It is an updated version of the TI-30 scientific calculator from 1976, which sold for $25.

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

you press the a button then you can steal the bagel* looks suspicous* but you didnt hear it from me

it simplifys on its own.

You can use any standard scientific calculator, such as the TI-30x.

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you cant. you have to buy one because they are such good calculators.

30x = 30,000

yes it is permitted on the ACT and the SAT. It says it on the package it came in and on numerous internet sites.

Use the n/d button (n over d) and type your fraction then press enter

There are five models of the TI-30X. Here are the instructions for the TI-30XIIS: The [A b/c] button enters a fraction. Press [A b/c] between whole number, numerator, and denominator. The unit, numerator, and denominator must be positive integers.

That's 35 - 30x. The GCF of 35 and 30x is 5.

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