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    No one in Particular VonNemo19's Avatar
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    Ti-83

    Does anyone know if I can set my calculator to some kind of default that will give all answers in fraction form if possible?

    I have a TI-83+.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VonNemo19 View Post
    Does anyone know if I can set my calculator to some kind of default that will give all answers in fraction form if possible?

    I have a TI-83+.
    You can't set it so that it returns the answer in fraction form by default.

    If you have some decimal answer, go to the [tex] menu, and select the first option 1.\,\blacktriangleright\texttt{Frac}. Then it will try to convert your answer to fraction (but you have to do it manually each time).

    Hope that helps...
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    Thanks Chris. Would you happen to know if the TI-83+ can do the trapzoidal or Simpson's rule for approximating integrals?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VonNemo19 View Post
    Thanks Chris. Would you happen to know if the TI-83+ can do the trapzoidal or Simpson's rule for approximating integrals?
    It can....with certain programs that don't come with the calculator...
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    That sucks.
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