This lesson is part of our free Calculator Course and comes with our free online GED classes. This lesson will teach you how to effectively use the Texas Instruments scientific calculator TI-30XS MultiView and attain passing scores on the GED Math section.
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You are allowed to bring your own scientific calculator. It has to be the Texas Instruments TI-30XS.
If you don’t bring your own, there will be an online version on the computer screen.
The online version works exactly the same way as the handheld version works.
To start the calculator, press the “on” button.
The four buttons for basic operations, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, are located on the right side of the calculator.
Did you notice that there is no equals button?
Instead, you need to press “enter” to calculate the result.
Keep in mind, when you make different calculations, they will show on one screen, just in different rows.
The calculator screen displays a maximum of four lines.
If you don’t like it, You can clean the screen at any time by pressing “clear.”
So, now let’s solve a few quizzes and see how it works! Are you ready?
There is another important button you should know about. It’s the “delete” button.
If you make a mistake and you want to remove a number or a sign, press the “delete” button.
This was our lesson about How to Use the TI-30XS as part of our free online GED prep classes.
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Last Updated on February 14, 2024.