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I'm trying to use Ohm's law V = IR but this calculator is giving me weird results. I'm counting on this calculator for my test tomorrow 

 

also my Ti 84 is showing 0 as the answer... whats up with that?

 Nov 10, 2022
edited by Iconaguard  Nov 10, 2022
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It's because the calculator thinks you're doing a function. Put brackets around the x to make it "(x)(40)=6", then it will work.

 Nov 10, 2022

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