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The calculator reports error conditions by displaying the message Error n,
where n is the number of the error. Error messages are listed in numerical
order on the next few pages.
Use this table to determine the cause of the error. You cannot make any
keyboard entries until you clear an error condition by pressing P.
Error No. Name Possible Causes Error 1 Overflow Attempted a calculation whose result is
outside the range of the calculator
(± 9.9999999999999E99).
Attempted to divide by zero. (May occur in an
internal calculation by the calculator.)
Attempted to calculate 1/x when x is zero.
In Statistics worksheet, attempted a calculation
when all X values or all Y values are the same. Error 2 Invalid
argument Attempted to calculate x! when x is not an
integer from zero through 69.
Attempted to calculate LN of x when x is not > 0.
Attempted to calculate y x when y < 0 and x is not
an integer or the inverse of an integer.
Attempted to calculate x when x < 0. In Amortization worksheet, attempted to
compute BAL, PRN, and INT when P2 < P1.
In Depreciation worksheet, attempted a
calculation when SAL > CST.
Error 3 80 Too many
pending
operations Attempted to use more than 15 active levels of
parentheses.
Attempted to use more than 8 pending
operations. Appendix A: Reference Information Error No. Name Possible Causes Error 4 Out of range In Amortization worksheet, attempted to enter a
value for P1 or P2 that is outside the range
19,999.
In TVM worksheet, attempted to enter a value
for P/Y or C/Y that is 0.
In Cash Flow worksheet, attempted to enter a
value for Fnn (frequency) that is outside the
range 119,999.
In Bond worksheet, attempted to enter a value
for RV or CPN that is less than zero.
In Bond worksheet, attempted to enter a value
for PRI 0.
In Date worksheet, attempted to compute a date
that is outside the range January 1, 1950, through
December 31, 2049.
In Depreciation worksheet, attempted to enter a
value for declining balance...
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 Summer '09
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