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My TI 83 plus has a function called "Frac" which makes decimal numbers into fractions. If I have 0.33333... on the screen and press Frac the calculator returns 1/3. My question is how does this function work.
The fraction function on calculators is typically denoted by the symbol "frac" or "Frac". To use this function, you must first enter the numerator, then press the "frac" button, followed by the denominator. This will display the fraction in its simplified form.
Yes, you can use the fraction function on your calculator to convert decimals to fractions. Simply enter the decimal number and press the "frac" button. The calculator will display the fraction in its simplified form.
The fraction format on calculators can usually be changed by pressing the "mode" button and selecting the desired format. Some common fraction formats include improper fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals.
Yes, the fraction function on calculators can perform basic arithmetic operations on fractions. Simply enter the fractions and use the corresponding operation buttons (+, -, *, /) to perform the desired calculation.
The size of fractions that can be calculated using the fraction function on calculators may vary depending on the specific model. However, most calculators can handle fractions with large numerators and denominators, as well as fractions with decimal values.