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adytum
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It's been a few years since I had to write a TI-89 program. While I used to be a wiz, I have completely forgotten how to enter even basic commands. Online guides are extremely complicated for what I need to do, and I don't have the time / energy to digest one.

I need to write a simple program to compute a compound annual growth rate.

There are three variables: Start Value, End Value, # of Years. All 3 are user defined.

The formula is

CAGR = [(End Value / Start Value) ^ (1 / # of Years)] - 1

Any help or input would be appreciated.

I need to write a simple program to compute a compound annual growth rate.

There are three variables: Start Value, End Value, # of Years. All 3 are user defined.

The formula is

CAGR = [(End Value / Start Value) ^ (1 / # of Years)] - 1

Any help or input would be appreciated.

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Disp <equation using vars>

edit: actually that's for the TI-83, sorry. Might still help though!

mightyjongyoonformat is basically [(y/x)^(1/z)]-1 -> t

disp t

Frustrating.

adytumondisp ((y/x)^(1/z))-1

instead.

mightyjongyoonhttp://tifreakware.net/tutorials/85/b/calc/85beginnerguide.htm

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