Im trying solve r=Square root 4400/22704PI. I know the answer is .25, the teacher did it for us as an ex. but when he did it i didnt have my calculator, now i cant figure out how to correctly get this answer from the calculator, Any one know?
Im trying solve r=Square root 4400/22704PI. I know the answer is .25, the teacher did it for us as an ex. but when he did it i didnt have my calculator, now i cant figure out how to correctly get this answer from the calculator, Any one know?
* It is already solved. You are looking to convert it to an approximate decimal form.
** The radicand is typed incorrectly here. You need grouping symbols around the denominator:
square root (4400/(22704*pi))
See if the screen can display this:
[tex]\sqrt{ \ (}[/tex][tex]4400/(22704*\pi))[/tex]
or just
[tex]\sqrt{ \ (}[/tex][tex]4400/(22704\pi))[/tex]
For each of these expressions in my TI-30XIIS calculator, the display after pressing the
equals key is 0.248370615.
Nice, thanks lookagain. What I wasn't doing was putting parenthesis around (22704PI).
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