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I want to learn the functions in fc 200 calculator.

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The functions are many, and the only way to master them is to have the user guide for the calculator ready at hand. Read sparingly, focussing on the problem at hand. By constant practice you will soon use it as pro.

Here is the link to the calculator's guide.

Hope it helps.

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