ti-83 unit conversion

posted by jen

How do I do unit conversion using graphing calculator?
For example, if you have to convert 4 miles into yards, and you don't know 1760mi=1 yd. Is there any way to do this in calculator?

  1. Teresa

    I have the ti-83 (love it) but doesn't do conversions. you will have to upgrade to ti-85 or higher for that.

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