Unformatted text preview: Example: Multiply 3, 7, and 45 by 8.
Procedure Keystrokes Clear calculator. Display
0.00 Begin first calculation. 3 Store x and 8 in constant
register. < Calculate 7 7 56.00 45 360.00 Calculate 45 8.
8. 3
`8 Chapter 1: Overview of Calculator Operations 24.00 11 Constant Key Sequences
The following table shows how to set the constant for addition,
subtraction, multiplication, division, universal power, and percent. The
constant value is denoted by c.
Key Sequence Function nH `c Adds c to each subsequent entry. n `c Subtracts c from each subsequent entry. n< `c Multiplies each subsequent entry by c. n `c Divides each subsequent entry by c. n `c Raises each subsequent entry to the power of c. nH `c Adds c% of each subsequent entry to that entry. n `c Subtracts c% of each subsequent entry from that
entry. Repeat constant calculations with n . Setting the Format for Number of Decimal Places
The calculator internally stores numeric values to an accuracy of 13 digits.
You can specify the number of decimal places to be displayed. The default
is two decimal places, rounding if necessary.
The decimal format setting affects only the display; it does not round the
internal value, except for amortization and depreciation results. To round
the internal value, use the round function.
Note: Examples in this guidebook assume a setting of two decimal places.
Other settings may show different results. Procedure: Changing the Decimal Format
1. Press
setting. . DEC is displayed, indicating the current decimalplace 2. Enter the number of decimal places to be displayed (0 through 9) and
press
. To specify a floatingdecimal format, enter 9.
3. Choose one of the following to continue:
To continue setting formats, press .
To return to the standardcalculator mode, press
.
To access another prompted worksheet, press the appropriate
worksheet key or key sequence. 12 Chapter 1: Overview of Calculator Operations Setting the Format for Angle Units
You can enter and display angle values in either degre...
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/03/2014 for the course ECON 203 taught by Professor Petry during the Summer '09 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.
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