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#1
May1907, 08:35 PM

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Hi,
I'm working out some problems on my TI89 Titanium, and I've run into a roadblock. How do I put a base for a log? Thanks a lot. 


#2
May2007, 01:10 PM

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ln(thing you want the log of) / ln(base of the log)
As far as I know, that's the only way to do it on a TI. but it's not hard. 


#3
May2007, 02:51 PM

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That's the way I do it; just the standard log change of base formula. So ln(2) is just the log of 2, and ln(2)/ln(10) is log of 2, base 10. You can also see that ln(2)/ln(e), the base e log which is the natural log, will be just ln(2) since ln(e) evaluates to 1.



#4
May2207, 02:09 PM

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Need help with TI89 Titanium
I borrow this thread a little if its okey..
I got a problem with mine TI89. Whay I want to calculate a root i press "diamond + 9 + x + , + y + enter" which should give me x^1/y. But all i get is what i just pressed, i.e. the answer i get is root(x,y). Please help me. 


#5
May2207, 02:36 PM

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To find a root of x, use the zeros() function. Type zeros(expression,variable), or, alternatively, solve(equation,variable), when the equation is the same expression but set to zero, and the variable is x.
zeros(4x^2+3x+5,x) or solve(4x^2+3x+5=0,x) returns the roots. 


#6
May2207, 02:39 PM

P: 90

Okey, but do you know where the problem for the root function could lie?
Could it be any setting? EDIT: The problem was that I had changed languege... It now works again. 


#7
May2407, 07:20 PM

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another way to do log is to log(number, base)



#9
Jun2707, 07:45 PM

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I think he has one of those Apps like Omnicalc to upgrade the features kind of. That's also one way you can do it, just with a comma. Change of base requires a little more typing.



#10
Apr2010, 09:23 PM

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if you press the yellow Diamond button and then press 7 then log will show up. much less typing for all you lazy people like me



#11
Mar1011, 01:34 PM

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x=4 


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