Contents

- 1 Where is Mode button on TI 30x IIS?
- 2 How do you do e on a TI 30XS?
- 3 How do you do square root on a TI 30x IIS?
- 4 How do you clear a degree on a TI 30x IIS?
- 5 How do I know if my calculator is programmable?
- 6 Is the TI 30x IIS programmable?
- 7 Is TI 30x allowed on Sat?
- 8 How do you calculate logs?
- 9 How do you convert LN to E?
- 10 How do you do log?

Turn on the calculator by pressing the “ON” **button** in the bottom left corner of the device. Then, press the “**MODE**” **button**, the second **button** in the first row, to enter the **mode** settings of the calculator.

## How do you do e on a TI 30XS?

**The **TI**–**30XS** MultiView™ scientific calculators do not **have** an [EE] key. Instead they **have** a shortcut key, [x10n] which can be used to enter exponents for scientific notation. To ensure that the number you type in remains in scientific notation, press the mode key and highlight SCI on the top line.

## How do you do square root on a TI 30x IIS?

The key you need for the **square root** calculation – the “2nd” key – is on the upper left. The other key you need for the **square root** calculation is the x^{2} key. It’s black and just to the left of the number pad.

## How do you clear a degree on a TI 30x IIS?

So to **reset** the calculator, you’ll need to press 2nd, and then press 0. You can choose Y by using the Right Arrow key. That’s the key in the upper right corner that looks like an arrow pointing to the right.

## How do I know if my calculator is programmable?

A **programmable calculator** is a little heavier one with comparatively bigger screen display and graphic capabilities. The A-Z alphabets buttons/key make the **programmable calculator** an easily identifiable one.

## Is the TI 30x IIS programmable?

Non-**programmable** scientific calculator.

## Is TI 30x allowed on Sat?

Ideal for general math, pre-algebra, algebra I and II, geometry, statistics and general science. The **TI**–**30XIIS**™ scientific calculator is **approved** for use on **SAT**^{®}, ACT^{®} and AP^{®} exams.

## How do you calculate logs?

The power to which a base of 10 must be raised to obtain a number is called the common logarithm (**log**) of the number. The power to which the base e (e = 2.718281828.)**CALCULATIONS** INVOLVING LOGARITHMS.

Common Logarithm | Natural Logarithm |
---|---|

log = log x^{1}^{/}^{y} = (1/y )log x |
ln = ln x^{1}^{/}^{y} =(1/y)ln x |

## How do you convert LN to E?

This means **ln**(x)=log** _{e}**(x)

If you need to

**convert**between

**logarithms**and natural logs, use the following two equations: log

_{10}(x) =

**ln**(x) /

**ln**(10)

**ln**(x) = log

_{10}(x) / log

_{10}(

**e**)

## How do you do log?

**For example, the base ten logarithm of 100 is 2, because ten raised to the power of two is 100:**

**log**100 = 2. because.- 10
^{2}= 100. This is an example of a base-ten**logarithm**. **log**_{2}8 = 3. because.- 2
^{3}= 8. In general, you write**log**followed by the base number as a subscript. **log**.**log**a = r.- ln.
- ln a = r.