Question about RIM BlackBerry? Curve 8330 Cellular Phone

To veiw your user manual on your phone click help in your applications this will give you the basics and shorcuts that will tell you how to use your calculator

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

Press the star key several times (look at the screen & stop when you see the multiplication sign)

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

Hi,

Please click on the below link to download manual:

http://na.blackberry.com/eng/support/docs/subcategories/?userType=1&category=BlackBerry+Smartphones&subCategory=BlackBerry+Curve+8300+Series

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Try pressing an operation key twice.

For example to multiply any entry by 15, you would enter 15, press the multiplication key twice. Now to calculate the products of you list of entries by 15, you just enter number in your then press =. c.then the second number and =, etc.

For example to multiply any entry by 15, you would enter 15, press the multiplication key twice. Now to calculate the products of you list of entries by 15, you just enter number in your then press =. c.then the second number and =, etc.

Sep 29, 2013 | Casio Office Equipment & Supplies

The following was written for the Casio FX-991 ES. If matrix calculations are available on your calculator you will perform them as described below. ( I have no time to verify that the FX-991ms can perform matrix calculations).

Let me explain how to create matrices. (If you know how to do it, skip to the operations on matricies, at the end.)

First you must set Matrix calculation

[MODE][6:Matrix]. Then By entering one of the numbers [1:MatA] or [2:Matb] or [3:MatC] you get to choose the dimensions of the matrix

(mxn]. Once finished entering the matrix you clear the screen.

The operations on matrices are available by pressing [Shift][Matrix]

[1:Dim] to change the dimension of a matrix (in fact redefining the matrix)

[2:Data] enter values in a matrix

[3:MatA] access Matrix A

[4:Matb] access Matrix B

[5:MatC] access matrix C

[6:MatAns] access the Answer Matrix (the last matrix calculated)

[7:det] Calculate the determinant of a matrix already defined

[8:Trn] The transpose of a matrix already defined

To add matrices MatA+MatB

To subtract MatA-MatB

To multiply MatAxMatB

To raise a matrixe to a power 2 [x2], cube [x3]

To obtain inverse of MatA already defined MatA[x-1] [x-1] is the x to the power -1 key

Dimensions of matrices involved in operations must match.

Here is a short summary

The multiplication of structured mathematical entities (vectors, complex numbers, matrices, etc.) is different from the multiplication of unstructured (scalar) mathematical entities (regular umbers). As you well know matrix multiplication is not commutative> This has to do with the dimensions.

An**mXn **matrix has** m rows **and**
n columns**. To perform multiplication of an **kXl** matrice by
an **mXn** matrix you multiply each element in one row of the first
matrix by a specific element in a column of the second matrix. This
imposes a condition, namely that the number of columns of the first
matrix be equal to the number of rows of the second.

Thus, to be able to multiply a kXl matrix by am mXn matrix, the number of columns of the first (l) must be equal to the number of rows of the second (m).

So**
MatA(kXl) * MatB(mXn) is possible only if l=m**

MatA(kX3) * Mat(3Xn) is possible and meaningful, but

Mat(kX3) * Mat(nX3) may not be possible.

To get back to your calculation, make sure that the number of columns of the first matrix is equal to the number of rows of the second.** If this condition is not satisfied, the calculator
returns a dimension error**. The order of the matrices in the
multiplication is, shall we say, vital.

Let me explain how to create matrices. (If you know how to do it, skip to the operations on matricies, at the end.)

First you must set Matrix calculation

[MODE][6:Matrix]. Then By entering one of the numbers [1:MatA] or [2:Matb] or [3:MatC] you get to choose the dimensions of the matrix

(mxn]. Once finished entering the matrix you clear the screen.

The operations on matrices are available by pressing [Shift][Matrix]

[1:Dim] to change the dimension of a matrix (in fact redefining the matrix)

[2:Data] enter values in a matrix

[3:MatA] access Matrix A

[4:Matb] access Matrix B

[5:MatC] access matrix C

[6:MatAns] access the Answer Matrix (the last matrix calculated)

[7:det] Calculate the determinant of a matrix already defined

[8:Trn] The transpose of a matrix already defined

To add matrices MatA+MatB

To subtract MatA-MatB

To multiply MatAxMatB

To raise a matrixe to a power 2 [x2], cube [x3]

To obtain inverse of MatA already defined MatA[x-1] [x-1] is the x to the power -1 key

Dimensions of matrices involved in operations must match.

Here is a short summary

The multiplication of structured mathematical entities (vectors, complex numbers, matrices, etc.) is different from the multiplication of unstructured (scalar) mathematical entities (regular umbers). As you well know matrix multiplication is not commutative> This has to do with the dimensions.

An

Thus, to be able to multiply a kXl matrix by am mXn matrix, the number of columns of the first (l) must be equal to the number of rows of the second (m).

So

MatA(kX3) * Mat(3Xn) is possible and meaningful, but

Mat(kX3) * Mat(nX3) may not be possible.

To get back to your calculation, make sure that the number of columns of the first matrix is equal to the number of rows of the second.

Nov 06, 2012 | Casio FX991MS Scientific Calculator

Multiplying by 2 is different from raising a number to power 2 (squaring).

To raise a number to power 2, you enter the number then press the [X^2] key.

To multiply a number by 2, you type in the number, you press the multiplication sign (x) then you enter 2. Press = or EXE.

To raise a number to power 2, you enter the number then press the [X^2] key.

To multiply a number by 2, you type in the number, you press the multiplication sign (x) then you enter 2. Press = or EXE.

Jul 14, 2012 | Canon Office Equipment & Supplies

if you want 10% of 100 multiply 100 X .10

20% of 100 multiply 100 X .20

25% of 100 multiply 100 X .25

so you get a price markup of 20% for a 100$ product 100 X.20 = 20 then add the original 100 + the 20 you got from your multiplication and you have $120.00

20% of 100 multiply 100 X .20

25% of 100 multiply 100 X .25

so you get a price markup of 20% for a 100$ product 100 X.20 = 20 then add the original 100 + the 20 you got from your multiplication and you have $120.00

May 23, 2011 | Casio FX-260 Calculator

This
post is rather exhaustive as regards the matrix capabilities of the
calculator. So if the post recalls things you already know, please skip
them. Matrix multiplication is at the end. As to division of matrices, I do not believe that this operation exits.

Let me explain how to create matrices. (If you know how to do it, skip to the operations on matrices, at the end.)

First you must set Matrix calculation

[MODE][6:Matrix]. Then By entering one of the numbers [1:MatA] or [2:Matb] or [3:MatC] you get to choose the dimensions of the matrix

(mxn]. Once finished entering the matrix you clear the screen.

The operations on matrices are available by pressing [Shift][Matrix]

[1:Dim] to change the dimension of a matrix (in fact redefining the matrix)

[2: D A T A] enter values in a matrix

[3:MatA] access Matrix A

[4:Matb] access Matrix B

[5:MatC] access matrix C

[6:MatAns] access the Answer Matrix (the last matrix calculated)

[7:det] Calculate the determinant of a matrix already defined

[8:Trn] The transpose of a matrix already defined

To add matrices MatA+MatB (MUST have identical dimensions same m and same n, m and n do not have to be the same)

To subtract MatA-MatB. (MUST have identical dimensions, see above)

To multiply MatAxMatB (See below for conditions on dimensions)

To raise a matrix to a power 2 [x2], cube [x3]

To obtain inverse of a SQUARE MatA already defined MatA[x^-1]. The key [x^-1] is the x to the power -1 key. If the determinant of a matrix is zero, the matrix is singular and its inverse does not exit.

Dimensions of matrices involved in operations must match. Here is a short summary

The multiplication of structured mathematical entities (vectors, complex numbers, matrices, etc.) is different from the multiplication of unstructured (scalar) mathematical entities (regular numbers). As you well know matrix multiplication is not commutative> This has to do with the dimensions.

An**mXn **matrix has** m rows **and**
n columns**. To perform multiplication of an **kXl** matrix by
an **mXn** matrix you multiply each element in one row of the first
matrix by a specific element in a column of the second matrix. This
imposes a condition, namely that the number of columns of the first
matrix be equal to the number of rows of the second.

Thus, to be able to multiply a kXl matrix by am mXn matrix, the number of columns of the first (l) must be equal to the number of rows of the second (m).

So**
MatA(kXl) * MatB(mXn) is possible only if l=m**

MatA(kX3) * Mat(3Xn) is possible and meaningful, but

Mat(kX3) * Mat(nX3) may not be possible.

To get back to your calculation, make sure that the number of columns of the first matrix is equal to the number of rows of the second.** If this condition is not satisfied, the calculator
returns a dimension error**. The order of the matrices in the
multiplication is, shall we say, vital.

Let me explain how to create matrices. (If you know how to do it, skip to the operations on matrices, at the end.)

First you must set Matrix calculation

[MODE][6:Matrix]. Then By entering one of the numbers [1:MatA] or [2:Matb] or [3:MatC] you get to choose the dimensions of the matrix

(mxn]. Once finished entering the matrix you clear the screen.

The operations on matrices are available by pressing [Shift][Matrix]

[1:Dim] to change the dimension of a matrix (in fact redefining the matrix)

[2: D A T A] enter values in a matrix

[3:MatA] access Matrix A

[4:Matb] access Matrix B

[5:MatC] access matrix C

[6:MatAns] access the Answer Matrix (the last matrix calculated)

[7:det] Calculate the determinant of a matrix already defined

[8:Trn] The transpose of a matrix already defined

To add matrices MatA+MatB (MUST have identical dimensions same m and same n, m and n do not have to be the same)

To subtract MatA-MatB. (MUST have identical dimensions, see above)

To multiply MatAxMatB (See below for conditions on dimensions)

To raise a matrix to a power 2 [x2], cube [x3]

To obtain inverse of a SQUARE MatA already defined MatA[x^-1]. The key [x^-1] is the x to the power -1 key. If the determinant of a matrix is zero, the matrix is singular and its inverse does not exit.

Dimensions of matrices involved in operations must match. Here is a short summary

The multiplication of structured mathematical entities (vectors, complex numbers, matrices, etc.) is different from the multiplication of unstructured (scalar) mathematical entities (regular numbers). As you well know matrix multiplication is not commutative> This has to do with the dimensions.

An

Thus, to be able to multiply a kXl matrix by am mXn matrix, the number of columns of the first (l) must be equal to the number of rows of the second (m).

So

MatA(kX3) * Mat(3Xn) is possible and meaningful, but

Mat(kX3) * Mat(nX3) may not be possible.

To get back to your calculation, make sure that the number of columns of the first matrix is equal to the number of rows of the second.

May 10, 2011 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

When using calculators the number of digits in the numbers being multiplied is not an issue. Just enter the first number press the multiplication key (X) and then enter the second number. Press ENTER or = or EXE (depending on calculator) and you get your result.

If the calculator does not have enough places to display the result, the calculator will use scientific notation.

The largest number that most calculators will be able to handle is 9.9999999999999X10^99. The cut off value is 1.x10^100.

If the calculator does not have enough places to display the result, the calculator will use scientific notation.

The largest number that most calculators will be able to handle is 9.9999999999999X10^99. The cut off value is 1.x10^100.

Aug 04, 2010 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Let me explain how to create matrices. (If you know how to do it, skip to the operations on matricies, at the end.)

First you must set Matrix calculation

[MODE][6:Matrix]. Then By entering one of the numbers [1:MatA] or [2:Matb] or [3:MatC] you get to choose the dimensions of the matrix

(mxn]. Once finished entering the matrix you clear the screen.

The operations on matrices are available by pressing [Shift][Matrix]

[1:Dim] to change the dimension of a matrix (in fact redefining the matrix)

[2:Data] enter values in a matrix

[3:MatA] access Matrix A

[4:Matb] access Matrix B

[5:MatC] access matrix C

[6:MatAns] access the Answer Matrix (the last matrix calculated)

[7:det] Calculate the determinant of a matrix already defined

[8:Trn] The transpose of a matrix already defined

To add matrices MatA+MatB

To subtract MatA-MatB

To multiply MatAxMatB

To raise a matrixe to a power 2 [x2], cube [x3]

To obtain inverse of MatA already defined MatA[x-1] [x-1] is the x to the power -1 key

Dimensions of matrices involved in operations must match.

Here is a short summary

The multiplication of structured mathematical entities (vectors, complex numbers, matrices, etc.) is different from the multiplication of unstructured (scalar) mathematical entities (regular umbers). As you well know matrix multiplication is not commutative> This has to do with the dimensions.

An**mXn **matrix has** m rows **and**
n columns**. To perform multiplication of an **kXl** matrice by
an **mXn** matrix you multiply each element in one row of the first
matrix by a specific element in a column of the second matrix. This
imposes a condition, namely that the number of columns of the first
matrix be equal to the number of rows of the second.

Thus, to be able to multiply a kXl matrix by am mXn matrix, the number of columns of the first (l) must be equal to the number of rows of the second (m).

So**
MatA(kXl) * MatB(mXn) is possible only if l=m**

MatA(kX3) * Mat(3Xn) is possible and meaningful, but

Mat(kX3) * Mat(nX3) may not be possible.

To get back to your calculation, make sure that the number of columns of the first matrix is equal to the number of rows of the second.** If this condition is not satisfied, the calculator
returns a dimension error**. The order of the matrices in the
multiplication is, shall we say, vital.

First you must set Matrix calculation

[MODE][6:Matrix]. Then By entering one of the numbers [1:MatA] or [2:Matb] or [3:MatC] you get to choose the dimensions of the matrix

(mxn]. Once finished entering the matrix you clear the screen.

The operations on matrices are available by pressing [Shift][Matrix]

[1:Dim] to change the dimension of a matrix (in fact redefining the matrix)

[2:Data] enter values in a matrix

[3:MatA] access Matrix A

[4:Matb] access Matrix B

[5:MatC] access matrix C

[6:MatAns] access the Answer Matrix (the last matrix calculated)

[7:det] Calculate the determinant of a matrix already defined

[8:Trn] The transpose of a matrix already defined

To add matrices MatA+MatB

To subtract MatA-MatB

To multiply MatAxMatB

To raise a matrixe to a power 2 [x2], cube [x3]

To obtain inverse of MatA already defined MatA[x-1] [x-1] is the x to the power -1 key

Dimensions of matrices involved in operations must match.

Here is a short summary

The multiplication of structured mathematical entities (vectors, complex numbers, matrices, etc.) is different from the multiplication of unstructured (scalar) mathematical entities (regular umbers). As you well know matrix multiplication is not commutative> This has to do with the dimensions.

An

Thus, to be able to multiply a kXl matrix by am mXn matrix, the number of columns of the first (l) must be equal to the number of rows of the second (m).

So

MatA(kX3) * Mat(3Xn) is possible and meaningful, but

Mat(kX3) * Mat(nX3) may not be possible.

To get back to your calculation, make sure that the number of columns of the first matrix is equal to the number of rows of the second.

Mar 06, 2010 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

multiplication on bb can be the asterik (*). Alt + a...or the x near the 4 on the calculator app.

Dec 30, 2009 | RIM BlackBerry? Curve 8330 Cellular Phone

Hello,

If you have say to multiply 100 numbers by one single multiplier ( you have 100 multiplications to perfom) you use the Constant function abbreviated to K.

This is how you go about it

in a*b , a is called multilpicand, b is the multiplier.

You enter the multiplier (6) then you press twice on the multiplication key. You are ready to repeated the some operation but with a different multiplicand

You enter the first mutiplicand then you press = (or enter) the result is displayed.

Every number you are going to enter will be multiplied by 6

[6][*][*] -------constant multiplication with 6 as multiplier, Then

[5][=/ENTER/EXE] yields 30

[6][=] yields 36

[0.5][=] yields 3.

Be careful!!**If you do not enter a new multiplie**r and just press [=] the calculator uses the last calculated result as the multiplicand. (On certain calculators, the last result is stored in a register called Ans (short for answer.)

What I described for the multiplication is valid for any arithmetic operation. Thus

[6][+][+] is constant addition with 6

[18][/][/] is constant division with 18 as divisor.

Hope it helps

If you have say to multiply 100 numbers by one single multiplier ( you have 100 multiplications to perfom) you use the Constant function abbreviated to K.

This is how you go about it

in a*b , a is called multilpicand, b is the multiplier.

You enter the multiplier (6) then you press twice on the multiplication key. You are ready to repeated the some operation but with a different multiplicand

You enter the first mutiplicand then you press = (or enter) the result is displayed.

Every number you are going to enter will be multiplied by 6

[6][*][*] -------constant multiplication with 6 as multiplier, Then

[5][=/ENTER/EXE] yields 30

[6][=] yields 36

[0.5][=] yields 3.

Be careful!!

What I described for the multiplication is valid for any arithmetic operation. Thus

[6][+][+] is constant addition with 6

[18][/][/] is constant division with 18 as divisor.

Hope it helps

Sep 02, 2009 | Casio Office Equipment & Supplies

How to do constant multiplication or division on the Canon P170-DH calculator

This process actually requires fewer keystrokes than most other calculators. Basically, just do the first problem

and then do the next items with just the next number and the EQUAL key. For example,

*** Constant Multiplication ***

2 (multiply key)

10 (= key)

(The answer 20 shows on the screen. Note, the 2 is still stored as a constant without doing anything, just continue)

4 = (shows the answer 8 on the screen)

20 = (shows the answer 40 on the screen)

100 = (shows the answer 200 on the screen)

*** Constant Division ***

10 (divided by key)

2 =

(shows the answer 5 on the screen, the 2 is still stored as a constant without doing anything, just continue)

100 = (shows the answer 50 on the screen)

500 = (shows the answer 250 on the screen)

4 = (shows the answer 2 on the screen)

--------------

Also note! There is no K visible on the screen to indicate a constant is set.

This process actually requires fewer keystrokes than most other calculators. Basically, just do the first problem

and then do the next items with just the next number and the EQUAL key. For example,

*** Constant Multiplication ***

2 (multiply key)

10 (= key)

(The answer 20 shows on the screen. Note, the 2 is still stored as a constant without doing anything, just continue)

4 = (shows the answer 8 on the screen)

20 = (shows the answer 40 on the screen)

100 = (shows the answer 200 on the screen)

*** Constant Division ***

10 (divided by key)

2 =

(shows the answer 5 on the screen, the 2 is still stored as a constant without doing anything, just continue)

100 = (shows the answer 50 on the screen)

500 = (shows the answer 250 on the screen)

4 = (shows the answer 2 on the screen)

--------------

Also note! There is no K visible on the screen to indicate a constant is set.

Nov 17, 2008 | Canon P170-DH Calculator

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