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There are two ways to clear memory.
Storing a zero in an individual memory effectively clears the memory
(shown in “Memory Examples” below).
To clear all of the memories simultaneously, press
to clear the Memory worksheet. Store in Memory
To store a displayed value to a memory (0 through 9), press D and a digit
key 0 through 9.
Any previous value in that memory is replaced by the new value.
When you turn the calculator off, the Constant Memory
all stored values. feature retains Recall from Memory
To recall a number stored in a memory to the display, press
and a digit
key 0 through 9. The number is displayed, but also remains in memory. Memory Examples
Function Key Sequence Store a zero in memory 4 (effectively clears the
memory). 0D4 Store 14.95 in memory 3. 14.95 D 3 Recall a value from memory 7. 7 Memory Arithmetic
Memory arithmetic allows you to perform a calculation on a stored value
and then store the result with a single operation.
Memory arithmetic does not change the displayed value, only the value
in the affected memory.
Memory arithmetic does not complete any calculation in progress.
The table on the next page shows the memory arithmetic functions
available with the calculator. In each case, the result is stored in the
specified memory. 10 Chapter 1: Overview of Calculator Operations Each of these examples assumes that a value is already in the display.
Function Key Sequence Add the value in the display to the value in
memory 9. DH9 Subtract the value in the display from the value in
memory 3. D Multiply the value in memory 0 by the value in the
display. D<0 Divide the value in memory 5 by the value in the
display. D 5 Raise the value in memory 4 to the power of the
displayed value. D 4 3 Constant Calculations
The constant key sequence
in repetitive calculations. ` stores a number and an operation for use After you store the constant, you can use it in subsequent calculations by
entering a new value and pressing . The constant is cleared when you
press any key other than a numeric entry key or ....
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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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