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    Display non-real results on Ti89

    Quick question, is there a way to get the Ti89 to display non-real results? Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by N736RA View Post
    Quick question, is there a way to get the Ti89 to display non-real results? Thanks
    Such as the solution to the equation x^2 + x + 1 = 0? Yes. Type in "cSolve(x^2 + x + 1 = 0,x)" (At least, that's what works on my TI-92.)

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    ah alright, I actually just found the way on google, if anyone else wants to know its mode-complex format-rectangular, thanks for the response tho!
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    Quote Originally Posted by N736RA View Post
    ah alright, I actually just found the way on google, if anyone else wants to know its mode-complex format-rectangular, thanks for the response tho!
    Hi,

    beside that you find with the catalogue the command cZeros( which will give you the same result:

    for instance: cZeros(x^2+x+1,x)
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