## Where is the fraction button on the online calculator?

Push the fraction button to enter your fraction. Look for a button that has a black box over a white box, x/y, or b/c. Push this button to open the fraction feature on your calculator. When the fraction feature is on, you should see a fraction template on your calculator screen.

## Do scientific calculators have a fraction button?

Most scientific calculators represent the fraction button as a black box over a white box. However, some calculators have “x/y” or “b/c” stamped on the fraction key instead. When you press this button, the fraction template will appear on the screen.

**How do you make a fraction on a TI 84 Plus calculator?**

Entering Fractions on Your TI-84 Plus Press the Alpha key on the upper left of your TI-84 Plus keypad. Then press the Y= key, located just below the calculator’s screen. This brings up a series of shortcut menus; the first menu, FRAC, controls the input of fractions and mixed numbers.

### What is the fraction button on a Google calculator?

How do I input fractions into the Google calculator? Press the the slash button on your keyboard to do division and convert the fraction to its decimal equivalent.

### Where is the fraction button on a TI 84 Plus?

**How do you calculate a whole number with a fraction?**

You can calculate the fraction of a whole number by multiplying the number by the numerator and dividing that product by the denominator. Thus, the fraction a/b of a whole number x is given by ax/b. Calculate the fractions of an integer for specific cases. For example, ¾ of 21 is (3×21)/4 or 63/4.

#### How do you add a mixed number with a fraction?

Convert the mixed numbers into improper fractions. You can do this by multiplying the denominator and whole number of a mixed number, and then adding this to the numerator of the fraction of the mixed number. Your answer will be the new numerator while the denominator remains the same.

#### How do you solve X with fractions?

To solve for x when the equation includes an exponent, start by isolating the term with the exponent. Then, isolate the variable with the exponent by dividing both sides by the coefficient of the x term to get your answer. If the equation has fractions, start by cross-multiplying the fractions.

**How do you multiply multiple fractions?**

To multiply fractions, start by multiplying the numerators together, which are the numbers at the top of the fractions. Then, multiply the denominators together, which are the numbers at the bottom of the fractions.

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