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Ti-89 Titanium Fraction Help

by ClassicChelle
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ClassicChelle
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Jun16-07, 09:04 PM
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Does anyone know how to enter a mixed or compound fraction in to the Ti-89 Titanium? (eg. 66)
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Manchot
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Jun16-07, 09:24 PM
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You mean like this: 66+1/2 ?
ClassicChelle
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Jun16-07, 09:26 PM
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No, I mean 66 "and" One Half. A Mixed Fraction.

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Jun16-07, 09:56 PM
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Whats the difference between 66+(1/2) and 66½ ?
ClassicChelle
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Jun16-07, 10:04 PM
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I read 66+(1/2) as an addition problem. Not as a mixed fraction. I just need to know how to enter a mixed fraction in to this calculator.
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Jun16-07, 10:07 PM
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What are the numerical answers of 66+(1/2) and 66½ ?
ClassicChelle
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Jun16-07, 10:08 PM
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So I guess I'm understanding that I have to enter a mixed fraction as an "addition" problem instead of being able to enter it as actual mixed fraction like the other "lower" scientific calculators do? Goooodness....
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Jun17-07, 02:43 AM
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There's no difference, as ranger showed. That's how you enter mixed numbers in a calculator.
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Jun27-07, 07:19 PM
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Yeah, that's how you do it.
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Jun27-07, 07:32 PM
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I have no idea how other "lower" calculators do this, or that they do it any differently.

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