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Considering that there is no percentage sign on the TI-84 Plus (lame), how would I input 97 and 3/4 (ninty-seven and three fourths) percent?

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Just hit the 2ND key and the 0 (catalog key)scroll down to percentage or just divide the answer by 100.

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hello sir, Press "second" "math", and it should be the first thing listed. If you need other commands hit "second" "0" that will enter the catalog and you can press any letter (without hitting alpha) to jump to that letter in the list. Please click on the following link to see the manual of the TI-84 Plus Calculator: http://education.ti.com/guidebooks/graphing/84p/TI84PlusGuidebook_Part2_EN.pdf
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