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**Fraction** Calculator -

**0**, demres =

**0**; cout<< "This program performs operations on

**fraction**. Enter" <<endl , den1, den2, numres =

**0**, demres =

**0**; cout<<"This program performs operations on

**fraction**=

**0**; while (choice != 9) { cout<<"This program performs operations on

**fraction**. Enter"<<

### Calculations with **fractions**

I'm trying to do some math involving **fractions**and I can't get it to work. Here's a simple example I get are A2: #VALUE! A3: Err:502 I'm using version 3.2.0 Is it even possible to do math with

**fractions**You need to format the cell to

**fractions**: I forgot to mention that I did try formatting the cells

### Estimating **fractions** from percentages

Often I see a percentage or decimal that is a rounded value of a **fraction**and wonder what actual

**fraction**it might represent. For example, a baseball player's batting average is .342; how many hits didn't have 700 (for example) at bats as no

**fraction**with 700 as the denominator rounds with

**3**sig

From Yahoo Answers

**Question:**1. The calculator on the computer when you hit start..if so which view? 2.Can you simplify them on there? if so.. 3.Can you add the simplify fractions also? if so thankyou<3 :D

**Answers:**i think u just need to key them as divisions, meaning, example 1/16 x 20 + 10/33, u key as 1 divided by 16 times 20. then 10 divided by 33 plus the answer earlier on.

**Question:**I've got this problem for my math investment..I pretty much know how to calculate this on a normal scientific calculator but with my TI-84 Plus, I do not. the problem is. 500[1-(1 + 1 3/4%)^ -91] My main problem is with the fraction.... 1 3/4 How will I able to calculate that on TI-84 Plus?

**Answers:**For mixed fractions, you could simply add the whole number component and the fraction component together: (1+3/4). However, the problem you gave has the number as 1 %. The TI-84 Plus doesn't have a percent key. So, it would probably be easier to write the mixed number as a decimal, or to divide it by 100. Ex: 500(1 0.0175)^-91

**Question:**i use the calculator on the computer and i dont know what button makes fractions.

**Answers:**use the divide button. It may look like /

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