Question about Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

The LOG and LN keys do what you have done.

To get 9 to the 16th power, enter 9, "y to the power x" (under the OFF key) then 16, then =

3 to the 12th power is the same, enter 3, y to the power x, 12, =, result 531,441

The inverse key sequence: value 1, 2nd, y to the power x, value 2, returns the xth root of y, e.g. 531,441, 2nd, y to the power x, 12, =, gives you 3 back

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

The Trick is really not a trick at all, it is plain commen sense.

Take the user's manual. Select a trick to learn, do the examples and sail on.

Next time select another topic and go through the example.

By diligent use you will master everything, in no time at all.

There is no royal road to learning.

Take the user's manual. Select a trick to learn, do the examples and sail on.

Next time select another topic and go through the example.

By diligent use you will master everything, in no time at all.

There is no royal road to learning.

Sep 20, 2011 | Casio FX-115W Plus Calculator

Hi Heavenknows9,

The advantages of a basic calculator is that it saves valuable time for productive learning, especially at a higher level where the basics has been mastered, and more emphasis is placed on concept understanding. Only upon achieving the objective, can the teacher allow them to use back the calculator to move forward to other topics. This ensures that no part of the math education is missed out. Thus, calculator, though may seem detrimental to math studies, can be beneficial when the intent of usage is proper.

The advantages of a basic calculator is that it saves valuable time for productive learning, especially at a higher level where the basics has been mastered, and more emphasis is placed on concept understanding. Only upon achieving the objective, can the teacher allow them to use back the calculator to move forward to other topics. This ensures that no part of the math education is missed out. Thus, calculator, though may seem detrimental to math studies, can be beneficial when the intent of usage is proper.

Mar 09, 2011 | ADVANTAGE Calculator

http://nayuki.eigenstate.org/casiofx991mstipsandtricks.html

The link above includes user manuals, along with common tips and tricks!

Should be what you are looking for.

The link above includes user manuals, along with common tips and tricks!

Should be what you are looking for.

Feb 20, 2011 | Casio FX991MS Scientific Calculator

Try folding the paper over at a 45° angle and feed it in.

Feb 15, 2010 | Canon P1-DHV Calculator

Cut paper at a 45 degree angle and load into back slot with angle (apex) of paper to the right of machine when facing it. Be sure to push it thru when loading. You should see tip next to calculator number wheel. Hit the additon sign several times to advance. You may need tweezers to pull paper thru if it doesn't advance by itself.

Oct 10, 2008 | Canon P23-DHV Calculator

This page contains 2 manuals for FX115 calculators, and while the standard seems to be MS, each manual includes several models. This should address what you need.

http://www.retrevo.com/s/Casio-fx-115MS-Calculators-review-manual/id/467ci265/t/1-2/

If you need more help, please post back, otherwise thank you for using and rating FixYa!

http://www.retrevo.com/s/Casio-fx-115MS-Calculators-review-manual/id/467ci265/t/1-2/

If you need more help, please post back, otherwise thank you for using and rating FixYa!

Jun 04, 2008 | Casio Calculators

Assuming that you know where the paper gets feed in, I usually use this trick to start a new roll of paper.

First, tear off the end of the new roll so that there isn't any glue stuck on the paper.

Then, fold the tip of the paper like an arrow. (Fold one side to the middle and the other side to the middle so both sides meet in the middle. Looks like >

Then, place the paper into the slot where the paper feeds into in the back. (Paper will get fed under the printer assembly) and then hit the PAPER FEED/ADVANCE button at the same time. If the paper is in the correct slot, the paper should start feeding the paper all the way through.

Hope this helps.

Have a good day.

M =)

First, tear off the end of the new roll so that there isn't any glue stuck on the paper.

Then, fold the tip of the paper like an arrow. (Fold one side to the middle and the other side to the middle so both sides meet in the middle. Looks like >

Then, place the paper into the slot where the paper feeds into in the back. (Paper will get fed under the printer assembly) and then hit the PAPER FEED/ADVANCE button at the same time. If the paper is in the correct slot, the paper should start feeding the paper all the way through.

Hope this helps.

Have a good day.

M =)

Feb 13, 2008 | Sharp EL-2192Rll Calculator

Assuming that you know where the paper gets feed in, I usually use this trick to start a new roll of paper.

First, tear off the end of the new roll so that there isn't any glue stuck on the paper.

Then, fold the tip of the paper like an arrow. > (Fold one side to the middle and the other side to the middle so both sides meet in the middle.

Then, place the paper into the slot where the paper feeds in.. (Usually goes under the printer assembly) and then hit the PAPER FEED button at the same time. If the paper is in the correct slot, the paper should start feeding the paper all the way through.

Hope this helps.

Have a good day.

M =)

First, tear off the end of the new roll so that there isn't any glue stuck on the paper.

Then, fold the tip of the paper like an arrow. > (Fold one side to the middle and the other side to the middle so both sides meet in the middle.

Then, place the paper into the slot where the paper feeds in.. (Usually goes under the printer assembly) and then hit the PAPER FEED button at the same time. If the paper is in the correct slot, the paper should start feeding the paper all the way through.

Hope this helps.

Have a good day.

M =)

Feb 10, 2008 | Victor 1230-2 Calculator

you can download a pdf version of the user's guide from the HP website.

Sep 13, 2007 | HP 48gx Calculator

Hi,
I had the same problem...but I fixed it. Here's how:
At the very back of the calculater under the paper roller there is a very thin horizontal slot.
Insert the tip of the paper roll into the slot, then press the paper advance button located on the top left hand sidw of the calculator until you see the paper.
Guide the paper through the top slot and voila.

Mar 28, 2007 | Canon P23-DH Calculator

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