Q: How do you simplify a fraction on a scientific calculator?

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

Most scientific calculators don't have the capacity to simplify mathematical expressions, only to calculate based on known numbers. For calculating powers, there should be a key labelled something like xy or yx.

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A Texas Instruments graphing calculator can be used as a basic calculator, a scientific calculator and a graphing calculator.

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Entering a fraction can be done on any calculator, scientific or simple. This can be done by taking the fraction and entering it a division operation. For example the fraction of three fourths will be entered as "3 divided by 4" to yield . 75.

you need to use your brain and a scientific calculator because its fractions

68/100 (fraction) which can simplify to 17/25 and 6.8x10-1 (scientific notation)

To simplify a fraction, you find a number that can be divided by the fraction you are simplifying. sometimes this does not always work and the fraction can not be simplified.

All remainders on a calculator will appear as a decimal. Some TI scientific calculators can convert the answer into a fraction.

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

Most scientific calculators don't have the capacity to simplify mathematical expressions, only to calculate based on known numbers. For calculating powers, there should be a key labelled something like xy or yx.

1024 is an integer, not a fraction. There is, therefore, no way to simplify its representation.

224 is an integer, not a fraction and there is no sensible way to express it as a fraction. Consequently, you cannot simplify it.

You can add fractions if you have a scientific calculator. All you have to do is press the b/c button. If you don't have one, you could always turn the fraction into a decimal.