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How do you solve for Y on a calculator?

Just press [ALPHA][TRACE] and choose the name of the function you want to insert in your equation. See the first screen….To enter functions in the calculator, perform the following steps:

  1. Press [MODE] and put the calculator in Function mode.
  2. Press ! to access the Y= editor.
  3. Enter your function.

How do you solve algebra equations on a calculator?

  1. Enter the left side of the equation into Y1.
  2. Enter the right side of the equation into Y2.
  3. Graph (you may need to adjust your window to see where the two graphs intersect)
  4. Find the point of intersection (the answer). (2nd CALC (above TRACE), #5 Intersect)
  5. Answer: x = 2.

What is an example of a literal equation?

A literal equation is one that has several letters or variables. Examples include the area of a circle (A=πr2) and the formula for speed (v=Dt). If the unknown variable is in the denominator, we multiply both sides by the lowest common denominator (LCD) and then continue to solve.

What are the 5 variables?

There are six common variable types:

  • DEPENDENT VARIABLES.
  • INDEPENDENT VARIABLES.
  • INTERVENING VARIABLES.
  • MODERATOR VARIABLES.
  • CONTROL VARIABLES.
  • EXTRANEOUS VARIABLES.

What type of variable is monthly income?

(*) 500 observations, each producing data for five variables. (*) Household size, monthly income and number of computers — these are quantitative variables. Income is a continuous variable. Household size and number of computers are discrete variables.

Is yes or no ordinal?

In research activities a YES/NO scale is nominal. It has no order and there is no distance between YES and NO. There are also highly sophisticated modelling techniques available for nominal data. An ordinal scale is next up the list in terms of power of measurement.

What type of variable is price?

Quantitative data is data where the values can change continuously, and you cannot count the number of different values. Examples include weight, price, profits, counts, etc. Basically, anything you can measure or count is quantitative.