Question about Texas Instruments BA-II Plus Calculator

# BA-11 I don't know how to reformat the decimel point.

I have a BA-11 (not plus) We can't move the decilel point.

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• duclos11 Nov 03, 2008

Thank you Irogge. . . my husband thinks I'm a hero thanks to you!!!

• jay4 Dec 05, 2008

I can;t set the decimal point and the calculator rounds everything up.

Thanks for anyone's help.

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Hit FIX and then the number of decimal places you want displayed.

I also think that FIX 9 - is the default and will display the greatest number of places used

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

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