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. $ You can press
to view previous variables in the
current worksheet or
to view subsequent variables. DEL You can press
statistical data point. to delete a cash flow or a INS You can press
X to insert a cash flow or a
statistical data point. Chapter 1: Overview of Calculator Operations 3 Display Indicators (Continued)
Indicator Meaning BGN You have selected beginning-of-period payments for
TVM calculations. If the BGN indicator is not displayed
when you are in the TVM worksheet, end-of-period
payments are selected. RAD The calculator is in the radian mode. All angle values are
displayed and must be entered as radians. If the RAD
indicator is not displayed, all angle values are displayed
and must be entered as degrees. The displayed value has been entered in a worksheet.
After a computation, the indicators are cleared.
The displayed value has been computed in a worksheet.
If you make a change to the worksheet that invalidates a
previously computed value, the indicator is removed
from that value. = The displayed value is “assigned” to the variable
represented by the label in the display. If the = indicator
is not displayed, the displayed value is not assigned to
the displayed variable.
The displayed value is negative. Clearing the Calculator
To clear: Press: One character at a time from the display (including
An incorrect entry, an error condition, or an error
message from the display. P Out of a prompted worksheet and return to standardcalculator mode.
All pending operations in the standard-calculator
mode and display zero.
In a prompted worksheet, a value you have keyed
into the display but not yet entered as a variable
value. The previous value returns. PP Any calculation you have started but have not yet
completed. PP 4 Chapter 1: Overview of Calculator Operations To clear: Press: The TVM worksheet and return the values in the
worksheet to a known starting point.
Any prompted worksheet (not TVM) and return the
values in the wor...
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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