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Texas Instruments TI-34 - MultiView Scientific Calculator User Manual

User manual.

 
TI-34 MultiView™
Scientific Calculator
Important information ............................................................2
Examples ..............................................................................3
Display contrast ....................................................................3
Home screen ........................................................................3
2nd functions ........................................................................4
Modes ...................................................................................5
Menus ...................................................................................7
Scrolling ..............................................................................10
Answer toggle .....................................................................11
Last answer ........................................................................11
Order of operations .............................................................12
Clearing and correcting .......................................................14
Math operations ..................................................................14
Integer divide ......................................................................16
Fractions .............................................................................17
Percentages ........................................................................19
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key ..............................................................................20
Powers, radicals, and reciprocals .......................................21
Pi .........................................................................................22
Angle menu .........................................................................23
Trigonometry .......................................................................25
Logarithms and exponential functions ................................27
Stored operations (op) ........................................................28
Memory and stored variables .............................................30
Data editor and list conversions ..........................................32
Statistics .............................................................................34
Copyright © 2007 Texas Instruments Incorporated
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Summary of Contents

  • Page 1

    Powers, radicals, and reciprocals ........21 Pi ..................22 Angle menu .................23 Trigonometry ...............25 Logarithms and exponential functions ........27 Stored operations (op) ............28 Memory and stored variables ..........30 Data editor and list conversions ..........32 Statistics ................34 Copyright © 2007 Texas Instruments Incorporated...

  • Page 2: Important Information

    Texas Instruments, regardless of the form of action, shall not exceed the purchase price of this product.

  • Page 3: Examples, Switching The Ti-34 Multiview Calculator On And Off, Display Contrast, Home Screen

    Examples Each section is followed by instructions for keystroke examples that demonstrate the TI-34 MultiView™ functions. Examples assume all default settings, as shown in the Modes section. For more activities and examples, see the TI-34 MultiView Teacher Guide available at education.ti.com/guides. Switching the TI-34 MultiView calculator on and off &...

  • Page 4: Nd Functions

    In the MathPrint™ mode, you can enter up to four levels of consecutive nested functions and expressions, which include fractions, square roots, exponents with ^, xÑ, and x When you calculate an entry on the Home screen, depending upon space, the answer is displayed either directly to the right of the entry or on the right side of the next line.

  • Page 5: Modes

    Modes Use q to choose modes. Press $ # ! " to choose a mode, and < to select it. Press - or %s to return to the Home screen and perform your work using the chosen mode settings. Default settings are shown. DEG RAD Sets the angle mode to degrees or radians.

  • Page 6

    MATHPRINT mode displays most inputs and outputs in textbook format. Choose the MathPrint™ mode for better visual confirmation that math expressions have been entered correctly and to better reinforce the correct math notation. Note: Switching the mode between Classic and MathPrint clears calculator history and the stored operations (op1 or op2) value.

  • Page 7: Menus

    n/d U n/d Mansimp Autosimp Exponent example Exponent example Cube root example Cube root example Menus Certain keys display menus: H, %=, %A, %B, d, vv %t, % %h, and %{ Press $and " to scroll and select a menu item, or press the corresponding number next to the menu item.

  • Page 8

    RAND R ¶P 1: nPr 1: rand 1: Ä 1: R ´Pr( 2: nCr 2: randint( 2: Å 2: R ´PÁ( 3: ! 3: Æ 3: P ´Rx( 4: r 4: P ´Ry( 5: ´DMS TRIG 1: log( 1: ln( 1: sin( 2: 10^( 2: e^(...

  • Page 9

    (Press once to display the Data editor screen. Press again to display the menu.) CLEAR CNVRSN 1: Clear L1 1: Add/Edit Cnvrs 2: Clear L2 2: Clear L1 Cnvrs 3: Clear L3 3: Clear L2 Cnvrs 4: Clear ALL 4: Clear L3 Cnvrs 5: Clear ALL Press v while you are in the Add/Edit Conversion option of the CNVRSN menu to display this menu:...

  • Page 10: Scrolling

    Reset Recall Var Clear Var 1: No 1: x = 1: Yes 2: Yes 2: y = 2: No 3: z = 4: t = 5: a = 6: b = 7: c = Scrolling ! " # $ Press ! or " to scroll entries on the Home screen and to navigate in menus.

  • Page 11: Answer Toggle, Last Answer

    3 T 3 < 4 T 4 < # # # # < T 2 < Answer toggle Press the r key to toggle the display result between fraction and decimal answers, and exact pi and decimal. Example Answer 2 g < toggle Last answer The most recently calculated result is stored to the variable...

  • Page 12: Order Of Operations

    Examples 3 V 3 < V 3 < 3 %c %i < Order of operations The TI-34 MultiView™ calculator uses Equation Operating System (EOS™) to evaluate expressions. Within a priority level, EOS evaluates functions from left to right and in the following order.

  • Page 13

    Exponentiation (^) and roots ( Ñ). Note: In Classic mode, exponentiation using G is evaluated from left to right. The expression 2^3^2 is evaluated as (2^3)^2, with a result of 64. In MathPrint™ mode, exponentiation using G is evaluated from right to left. The expression 2^3^2 is evaluated as 2^(3^2), with a result of 512.

  • Page 14: Clearing And Correcting, Math Operations

    4 V D 2 T 3 E < 4 D 2 T 3 E < ^ and b 3 G 2 " T 4 G 2 Ñ < Clearing and correcting Clears characters and error messages. Clears characters on the entry line, then clears the display when you press - again.

  • Page 15

    MATH submenu: lcm(n Finds the least common multiple (lcm) or greatest common divisor (gcd) of two gcd(n values, n and n , which are positive integers. Calculates the cube of n. Calculates the cube root of n. Ñ(n NUM submenu: abs(n) Displays absolute value of n.

  • Page 16: Integer Divide

    8 < remainder d " 7 10 %` 6 E < ³ Problem Find the least common multiple of 30 and 84 using prime factorization by hand. Verify your work using the calculator. 2 V 3 V 5 < 2 F V 3 V 7 < 2 F V 3 V 5 V 7 <...

  • Page 17: Fractions

    %i %Y 60 < 17589 seconds equals 4 hours, 53 minutes, and 9 seconds. Fractions In the MathPrint™ mode, fractions with P can include operation keys (T, V, etc.) and most function keys (F, _, etc.). In Classic mode, fractions with P do not allow operation keys, functions, or complex fractions in the numerator or denominator.

  • Page 18

    • %O converts between simplie fraction and mixed number form. • %j converts results between fractions and decimals. From q, you can select • ManSimp (default) The user simplifies fractions manually step-by-step. » next to the resulting fraction signifies that the fraction is not yet in simplest form.

  • Page 19: Percentages

    } 2 < n/d ¶U n/d 9 P 2 " %O < f ¶d 4 @ 1 $ 2 " %j < Examples P 1 8 2 T 1 8 3 $ 4 (MathPrint™ " < mode only) (MathPrint P M 5 T b 5 F mode only) U 4 D 1 E D 6 E $ 2 D 1 E "...

  • Page 20

    ³ Problem A mining company extracts 5000 tons of ore with a concentration of metal of 3%, and 7300 tons with a concentration of 2.3%. On the basis of these two extraction figures, what is the total quantity of metal obtained? If one ton of metal is worth $280, what is the total value of the metal extracted? 3 _V 5000 <...

  • Page 21: Powers, Radicals, And Reciprocals

    Powers, radicals, and reciprocals Calculates the square of a value. The TI-34 MultiView™ calculator evaluates expressions entered with F from left to right in both Classic and MathPrint™ modes. Pressing 3 F F calculates as (3 = 81. Raises a value to the power indicated. If you insert an expression as the exponent, you must place it between parentheses.

  • Page 22

    6 %c 64 < D 2 T 6 E %a < ≈ 3.141592653590 for calculations. À ≈ 3.141592654 for display. À Example 2 V g < À Note: Classic mode displays calculations with À as a decimal approximation. ³ Problem What is the area of a circle if the radius is 12 cm? Reminder: A = Àr g V 12 G 2 <...

  • Page 23: Angle Menu

    Angle menu %= displays the choice of two submenus that enable you to specify the angle unit modifier as degrees (º), minutes ('), seconds ("), radian (r), or convert units using DMS. You can also convert between rectangular coordinate form (R) and polar coordinate form (P).

  • Page 24

    Convert polar coordinates (r, )=(5, 30) into rectangular coordinates. Then convert rectangular coordinates (x, y) = (3, 4) into polar coordinates. Round the results to one decimal place. R ¶P - q $ $ " " < - %= " 3 5 %` 30 E <...

  • Page 25: Trigonometry

    ³ Problem It is known that 30 = À / 6 radians. In the default mode, ¡ degrees, find the sine of 30 . Then set the calculator to radian ¡ mode and calculate the sine of À / 6 radians. Note: Press - to clear the screen between problems.

  • Page 26

    %B 6 1 E < 5 V %B 2 60 E < Example Radian mode q " < - %B 3 g P 4 " E < %B 6 1 E < 5 V %B 2 g P 4 " E < Problem ³...

  • Page 27: Logarithms And Exponential Functions

    q< $ $ " " < - %B 6 7 P 3 " E < 90 U %i < b 3 F T 7 F < To one decimal place, the measure of angle A is 66.8Ä, the measure of angle B is 23.2Ä, and the length of the hypotenuse is 7.6 meters.

  • Page 28: Stored Operations (op)

    %A " 1 5 E V 2 < %A " 2 8 5 < Stored operations (op) The TI-34 MultiView™ calculator stores two operations, op1 and op2. To store an operation to op1 or op2 and recall it: 1. Press %n or %p. You may have to press - if a previous operation is displayed.

  • Page 29

    ³ Problem Harry's father will pay him $15 per week if he helps out a few hours at his family's grocery store. Harry would like to save all he earns to buy several of his favorite books and video games. He estimates that he will need to earn $240 to buy everything he would like to have.

  • Page 30: Memory And Stored Variables

    The table of values of Harry's weekly earnings is shown on the screens. From this table, we can read that Harry will have to work 16 weeks to earn $240. Memory and stored variables The TI-34 MultiView™ calculator has 7 memory variables—x, y, z, t, a, b, and c.

  • Page 31

    Recall < F < L z z < < W 4 < ³ Problem In a gravel quarry, two new excavations have been opened. The first one measures 350 meters by 560 meters, the second one measures 340 meters by 610 meters. What volume of gravel does the company need to extract from each excavation to reach a depth of 150 meters? To reach 210 meters?

  • Page 32: Data Editor And List Conversions

    < < 210 V %h < < 150 V z z < 210 V z z < For the first excavation: The company needs to extract 29.4 million cubic meters to reach a depth of 150 meters, and to extract 41.16 million cubic meters to reach a depth of 210 meters.

  • Page 33

    Conversion " v " < v < %j < Notice L2 is calculated per the conversion you entered, and L2(1)= in the author line is highlighted to indicate the list is the result of a conversion. ³ Problem Find the decimal representation of -- - -- - , and...

  • Page 34: Statistics

    < Input the rest of the fractions to test your pattern. Notice L2 updates as you enter in L1. The pattern appears to show that the decimal representation is a repetition of the number in the numerator for ninths. Entering -- - -- - -- -...

  • Page 35

    Sum of (x …y) for all xy pairs. Σ Linear regression slope. Linear regression y-intercept. Correlation coefficient. Uses a and b to calculate predicted x value (2-Var) when you input a y value. Uses a and b to calculate predicted y value (2-Var) when you input an x value.

  • Page 36

    Stat Var %s %t 3 2 < V 2 < 2-Var: Data: (45,30), (55,25); Find: x (45) Clear all v v $ $ $ data Data < 45 $ 55 $ " 30 $ 25 $ Stat (Your screen may not show 3:StatVars if you did not previously perform a calculation.)

  • Page 37

    ³ Problem For her last four exams, Ada earned the following scores. Test No. Score 1. Find Ada’s average grade on the four exams. 2. Ada found an error in the two of her test scores. Test 2 was changed to 88 and Test 4 was changed to 84. Find Ada's new average grade of the four exams.

  • Page 38

    The reason the average did not change is that Test 2 had a decrease of 6 points while Test 4 had an increase of 6 points. Overall, the total points for all four tests remained the same (330 points). ³ Problem The table below gives the results of a braking test.

  • Page 39

    Press $ to view a and b. This line of best fit, y ' = 0.6773251896x '-18.66637321 models the linear trend of the data. %s %t 3 # < 55 E < The linear model gives an estimated braking distance of 18.59 meters for a vehicle traveling at 55 kph.

  • Page 40

    RAND contains the following options: rand Generates a random real number between 0 and 1. To control a sequence of random numbers, store an integer (seed value) 0 to rand. The seed value changes randomly every time a random number is generated. randint( Generates a random integer between 2 integers, A and B, where A...

  • Page 41

    rand H " 1 < randint( H " 2 3 %` 5 E < Problem An ice cream store advertises that it makes 25 flavors of home made ice cream. You like to order three different flavors in a dish. How many combinations of ice cream can you test out over a very hot summer? 3 <...

  • Page 42

    ARGUMENT — A function does not have the correct number of arguments. DIVIDE BY 0 — You attempted to divide by 0. DOMAIN — You specified an argument to a function outside the valid range. For example: • For xÑy: x = 0 or (y < 0 and x is not an odd integer). •...

  • Page 43

    OP NOT DEFINED — Operation (op1 or op2) is not defined. MEMORY LIMIT — • The calculation contains too many pending operations (more than 23). • If using op1 or op2, you attempted to enter more than four levels of nested functions using fractions, square roots, exponents with ^, xÑ, and x (MathPrint™...

  • Page 44

    How to remove or replace the battery The TI-34 MultiView™ calculator uses one 3 volt CR2032 lithium battery. Remove the protective cover and turn the TI-34 MultiView calculator face downwards. • With a small screwdriver, remove the screws from the back of the case.

  • Page 45

    Customers in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands: Always contact Texas Instruments Customer Support before returning a product for service. All other customers: Refer to the leaflet enclosed with this product (hardware) or contact your local Texas Instruments retailer/distributor.

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