Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS... | Uploaded on Oct 08, 2013

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Did you check in the manual if the calculator is able to do Time Value of Money calculations? Well it is not able to do so. Sorry.

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Use the EE (enter exponent) key (2nd-shift of the key just above the 7) to enter the exponent. Use the (-) key just to the right of the decimal point to enter a negative number.

The - key subtracts one number from another. The (-) key enters a negative number.

The - key subtracts one number from another. The (-) key enters a negative number.

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You cannot find it because this calculator model does not have a button to evaluate derivatives of functions.

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See explanation on captured image below. Result in your case is 0.161

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What do you mean by "solve"? Find the x- or y-intercept? Find the slope? Find the value of y for a given x?

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112609.5794 or about 112609.57

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Make sure you use the (-) key just to the right of the decimal point and not the - key above the + key.

Press 6 . 6 7 2nd [EE] (-) 1 1 to enter the number.

Press 6 . 6 7 2nd [EE] (-) 1 1 to enter the number.

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You should consult a Linear Algebra book. Besides, these calculator cannot handle matrices of dimensions 4x4 or higher . With matrices of dimension 3x3 and less it is probably easier to use the Cramer rules directly.

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Hello,

Let us start with a review of the formula for the binomial distribution

**f(r;n,p)=n!/(r!(n-r)!)x(p^r)x(1-p)^(n-r) **

But**n!/(r!(n-r)!)=(nCr)** you get

f(r;n,p)=**(nCr)x(p^r)x(1-p)^(n-r) **

Exemple : n=25, r=6, p=0.7

**f(6;25,0.7)= **25** [PRB] [-->] **6 **[ x ] {**0.7**[ ^] **6 **}[ x ]{**0.3**[ ^ ]**19**}**

The arrow means a horizontal scroll once to select the (nCr) function. [ x ] stands for the multiplication sign.

[ ^] is the raise to the power key

The { } are used here as parentheses to make formula legible.

Hoe it helps

Hope it helps

Hope it helps.

Let us start with a review of the formula for the binomial distribution

But

f(r;n,p)=

Exemple : n=25, r=6, p=0.7

The arrow means a horizontal scroll once to select the (nCr) function. [ x ] stands for the multiplication sign.

[ ^] is the raise to the power key

The { } are used here as parentheses to make formula legible.

Hoe it helps

Hope it helps

Hope it helps.

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Press the DRG key (top row) to cycle through the three angular modes.

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If you have already used any scientific calculator you know pretty much how to use this one. For any additional information visit the education.ti.com to download the manual. Here is the link. Just read any part that you are interested in and repeated the examples given. There is no better way.

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