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Enter the numerator, press the divide key, enter the denominator, press the ENTER key, then press 2nd [MATH] F5 NEXT F1 (to select the >Frac command).

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When performing the calculations, put the fractions in parentheses. Then once you get your answer, press 2nd and Math (above the times button). Then press F5, MORE, and F1. It will have Ans Frac>. Then hit Enter and it'll change it to a fraction.

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SOURCE: Does the TI-86 simplify improper fractions into mixed numbers?

for my 82 i put my fraction in parentheses then press MATH and scroll to >FRAC

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Hello

If I am guessing correctly, you want to convert a decimal number into a fraction. In the TI86 you do as follows
1. Press [MATH] you get a set of menus. By pressing right arrow you can scroll through the list.
2. Look for submenu [MISC] and press the function key. Under that submenu there is a long list SUM, PROD, etc. Press the right arrow to travel down the list until you find Frac preceded by a fat arrow.

To convert a decimal number you enter it, then you travel down the MATH menu until you reach the ToFrac menu. You press the function key under the menu and you get your fraction, reduced to its simplest form.

Hope it helps.

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Use the [2nd][MATH] keys. Scroll right [F6] to the softmenu [->Frac or To Frac].
Hope it helps.

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Two ways:

1) hit the equal sign

2) hit 2nd and [d/c] (you can do this multiple times to see it as the most reduced improper fraction or as a mixed fraction)

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If I am guessing correctly, you want to convert a decimal number into a fraction. In the TI86 you do as follows
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Use the [2nd][MATH] keys. Scroll right [F6] to the softmenu [->Frac or To Frac].
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When performing the calculations, put the fractions in parentheses. Then once you get your answer, press 2nd and Math (above the times button). Then press F5, MORE, and F1. It will have Ans Frac>. Then hit Enter and it'll change it to a fraction.

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