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worksheet. FC (old contents) Clear worksheet. FC = 0.00 3000 FC = 3,000.00 Enter variable cost per
unit. 15 VC = 15.00 Enter price. 20 P= 20.00 Enter fixed costs. Leave profit as is. PFT = Compute quantity. Q= 0.00
600.00 600 paddles must be sold to break even. The Memory Worksheet
To access the Memory worksheet, press
. This worksheet gives you
visual access to the calculator's 10 memories. The Memory worksheet
makes it easy to compare stored values and reduces the chance of recalling
the wrong value. Memory Worksheet Labels
Label Meaning Type of Variable M0 Memory 0 Enter-only M1 Memory 1 Enter-only M2 Memory 2 Enter-only M3 Memory 3 Enter-only M4 Memory 4 Enter-only M5 Memory 5 Enter-only M6 Memory 6 Enter-only M7 Memory 7 Enter-only M8 Memory 8 Enter-only M9 Memory 9 Enter-only Chapter 7: Using Other Worksheets 67 Notes on the Memory Worksheet
The Memory worksheet has no built-in formulas, no settings to select, and
no values to compute. All variables are enter-only variables.
You can access the 10 memories individually by using D,
, and the
digit keys as described in Chapter 1. However, by selecting the Memory
worksheet, you can easily review the 10 memories by pressing
To clear all of the memories at once, press . Procedure: Using the Memory Worksheet
1. Press to select the worksheet. M0 is displayed, along with any value you may have stored in this memory.
2. Perform any of the following operations.
To clear all 10 memories at once, press
To view the contents of the memories, press .
or . To store a value in a memory, key in the value when the memory you
want is displayed (M0 through M9). Then press
To perform memory arithmetic without being in the Memory
worksheet, refer to “Memory Operations” in Chapter 1. Example: Clearing a Memory
To store a zero in memory 4 (in effect, clearing the memory):
1. Press or 2. Press 0 until M4 is displayed.
. Example: Storing a Value to a Memory
To store 95 in memory 3:
1. Press or 2. Press 95 until M3 is displayed.
. Example: Adding a Value to a Memory
To add 95 to the value in memory 9:
1. Press or 2. Press H 95 68 until M9 is displayed.
. Chapter 7: Using Other Worksheets Example: Subtracting a Value from a Memory
To subtract 95 from the valu...
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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