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    TI-84 Silver Plus Edition Calculator...

    Does this calculator have the quadraic forumla in it? I have the ACT program installed on it if that helps..

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    -Nathaniel
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcdanielnc89 View Post
    Does this calculator have the quadraic forumla in it? I have the ACT program installed on it if that helps..

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    Interesting, no one knows, hehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcdanielnc89 View Post
    Interesting, no one knows, hehe
    Actually I'll bet that plenty of people do know but figured you'd look in the manual. The answer is no it does not. It's not difficult to write a program that does.
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    interesting. It does every thing else, LOOOOLL.. darnt hing,.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcdanielnc89 View Post
    Does this calculator have the quadraic forumla in it? I have the ACT program installed on it if that helps..

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    -Nathaniel
    Use MATH 0: SOLVER

    With this application you can solve quadratic equations too.
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    HOw can i do it on the calcuator?
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    Quote Originally Posted by earboth View Post
    Use MATH 0: SOLVER

    With this application you can solve quadratic equations too.
    Earboth, didn't you program a quadratic solver for TIs once?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcdanielnc89 View Post
    HOw can i do it on the calcuator?
    Have a look here:
    http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...-equation.html
    Last edited by earboth; August 22nd 2008 at 03:40 AM.
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    Well, there is a way i solve quadratics if its on a
    ax^2 + bx + c = 0
    format.

    What i do is put the equation on the y=
    and then graph it and and then do 2nd Trace and Zero and make the calculator guess that 0 point on the porabla.
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