# Hesi Calculator

1. Quick question...

I take the Hesi exam on wed and wanted to know about the calculator in the math section. I know they have one that pops up or something but I don't know what type it is.

What functions can you do with it? Add? Subtract? Can you enter fractions into it?

Thanks!!
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3. Quote from abweaver
Quick question...

I take the Hesi exam on wed and wanted to know about the calculator in the math section. I know they have one that pops up or something but I don't know what type it is.

What functions can you do with it? Add? Subtract? Can you enter fractions into it?

Thanks!!

Come on guys and gals!! Need an answer.. Test is coming on wed!!
4. IIRC it's just like the basic calculator on a desktop computer. Add, subtract, multiply, divide decimals. No fraction.capability that I can remember but you can always convert them to decimals.

Good luck!
5. its a basic calculator. It mult. divides. subtracts. adds. thats all, just your basics!! no need to worry though, cause thats all you will need to do for the HESI math sections, I took it a few weeks ago, got a 96 in the math section. very easy. make sure to study your metric convertion table though, there are a few questions about converting milliliters to liters and such.
6. Quote from HersheyKissy
its a basic calculator. It mult. divides. subtracts. adds. thats all, just your basics!! no need to worry though, cause thats all you will need to do for the HESI math sections, I took it a few weeks ago, got a 96 in the math section. very easy. make sure to study your metric convertion table though, there are a few questions about converting milliliters to liters and such.
Cool.. Not too many questions then like whole number fraction div and such? Not that I can't do it, just its been awhile...
7. Quote from abweaver
Cool.. Not too many questions then like whole number fraction div and such? Not that I can't do it, just its been awhile...
The math is basic just like in the Admission Assessment...addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, decimals, fractions, mixed numbers; percentages, ratios...and those darn Roman numerals and conversions (nothing too difficult). I didn't even see the calculator until I had almost finished the math section!

I'm taking it (second time...different school) on Wednesday. I made a 94.73 last February.

Good luck!