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What should my calculator be set to for physics?

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July 18, 2019 / By Ashton
Question: I have a Ti-89 calculator and I am taking algebra based physics. So when I solve for problems I've been switching back and forth between radians and degrees on my calculator when I was in calc. It's been a year since then and I don't remember which one it was supposed to be originally set on. Can someone tell me?
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Originally Answered: Which calculator is better(for physics, calculus and statistics) and easier to use, the HP 50g or the ti-89?
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Originally Answered: Which calculator is better(for physics, calculus and statistics) and easier to use, the HP 50g or the ti-89?
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