Unformatted text preview: ksheet to a known starting point.
Also returns you to the first variable in the
All 10 memories.
One of the 10 memories without affecting the others. D and the key
for the number of
the memory (0-9) * When you are in a prompted worksheet, pressing P repeatedly
returns you to standard-calculator mode. Correcting Entry Errors
If you have not yet pressed an operation key (such as H or 4) after
entering an incorrect number, you can correct the number without clearing
You can remove the last digit or decimal point from a number you have
keyed in by pressing the backspace key . Then you can key in the
You can erase the entire number by pressing P once. Then you can
enter the correct number and continue with your calculation.
Note: Pressing P to correct a numeric entry immediately after you have
pressed an operation key clears any calculation in progress. Example
Calculate 3 1234.56, but accidentally enter .86 instead of .56. Use
correct the mistake. Then continue with your calculation.
Procedure Keystrokes to
Display Clear the calculator. 0.00 Begin the expression. 3< Enter the second number incorrectly. 1234 .86 1,234.86 56 1,234.56 Erase the 86.
Complete the number. 3.00
1,234. Proceed. 3,703.68 Math Operations
When the calculation method is set to chain (Chn), mathematical
expressions, such as 3 + 2 4, are evaluated in the order that you enter
Chapter 1: Overview of Calculator Operations 5 them. The
key completes an operation and displays the result. Some
operations are performed immediately and do not require that you press
This chart shows you how to perform math operations. . Operation Example Keystrokes Addition 6+4 6H4 Display Subtraction 6 4 6 4 2.00 Multiplication 6 4 6<4 24.00 Division 6P4 6 4 1.50 1.25 3 1.25 3.95 10.00 Universal power 3 Parentheses 7 Percent 4% of $453 453 < 4 18.12 Percent ratio 14 is what percent
of 25? 14 25 56.00
532.86 (3 + 5) 7< 3H5 Percent add-on $498 + 7% sales
tax 498 H 7 Percent discount $69.99 10%
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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.
- Summer '09