When x is not an integer from zero through 69

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Unformatted text preview: percent 0, for LIF 0, for M01 1 M01 13, for CST < 0, for SAL < 0, or for YR 0. In Interest Conversion worksheet, attempted to enter a value for C/Y 0. After pressing |, attempted to enter a value for DEC that is outside the range 0-9. Error 5 No solution exists In TVM worksheet, attempted to compute I/Y when FV, (N PMT), and PV all have the same sign. In TVM, Cash Flow, and Bond worksheets, input to LN (logarithm) is not > 0 during worksheet calculations. In Cash Flow worksheet, attempted to compute IRR without at least one sign change in the cashflow list. Appendix A: Reference Information 81 Error No. Name Possible Causes Error 6 Invalid date In Bond or Date worksheets, attempted to enter an invalid date; for example, January 32nd. In Bond or Date worksheets, attempted to enter a date in MM.DDYYYY (U.S.) or DD.MMYYYY (European) format. Dates must be entered in MM.DDYY or DD.MMYY format. In Bond worksheet, attempted a calculation when the redemption date is earlier than or the same as the settlement date. Error 7 Iteration limit exceeded In TVM worksheet, attempted to compute I/Y for a very complex problem involving many iterations. In Cash Flow worksheet, attempted to compute IRR for a complex problem with multiple sign changes. In Bond worksheet, attempted to compute YLD for a very complex problem. Error 8 Canceled iterative calculation In TVM worksheet, pressed $ to stop the evaluation of I/Y. In Amortization worksheet, pressed $ to stop the evaluation of BAL or INT. In Cash Flow worksheet, pressed $ to stop the evaluation of IRR. In Bond worksheet, pressed $ to stop the evaluation of YLD. In Depreciation worksheet, pressed $ to stop the evaluation of DEP or RDV. 82 Appendix A: Reference Information Accuracy Information Internally, the calculator stores results as 13-digit numbers. In the display, however, results are rounded to 10 digits or fewer, depending on the decimal format. The internal digits, called “guard” digits, increase the calculator's accuracy. Any later calculations are performed...
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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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