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Can't reset I'm tutoring a student. Noticed it gave the answer 90 divided by 2 = 40. Can seem to clear and rest this

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Hello,
You reset it by pressing simultaneously and holding the two yellow keys on both side of the navigation keys.
Hope it helps.

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