Is there a way to solve the following on the TI-84 or TI-89 2(2i/n)^2+1) so that the calculator will display (8i^2/n^2) (8i/n)
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I don't remember the exact syntax, but the TI-89 can definitely do this. I want to say there is an "expand" function.
Originally Posted by gammaman Is there a way to solve the following on the TI-84 or TI-89 2(2i/n)^2+1) so that the calculator will display (8i^2/n^2) (8i/n) Why should a calculator do that? (See attachment)
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