When i turn on the calculator, a part of the zero "0" is not shown. if i perform a function the digit at the extreme right of the screen is not displayed in full

Hello,

Increase the number of digits displayed. In floating mode the calculator can displyay up to nine decimal digits. And no matter what that last digit maybe, you can safely ignore it. More often than not the extra digits are zeros. As to the value of PI not displaying the 7th or 8th digit, do not worry: most calculations with Pi are precise enough if you use 3.14.

Hope it helps.

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Dont know what you are saying.

Basically turn it off and on if your stuck.

Basically turn it off and on if your stuck.

Jan 05, 2016 | Staples SPL-250 10-Digit Display...

Press "f" then the digit representing the number of digits you want after the decimal point.

Aug 22, 2012 | HP 12c Calculator

Let me give you a general recipe to familiarize yourself with any calculator, if you are averse to reading the manuals.

Most function will work in one of two ways.

1st way

Enter the number, then press the key,; the result is displayed.immediately.

Second way

Press the function key ( a left parenthesis may be displayed) enter the number (close the right parenthesis if there was a left one) press the = or EXE or ENTER keys.

Try the two ways described above to calculate the following values. The answers are given. Here log is he decimal logarithm and ln is the natural logarithm.

log(1)=0

ln(1)=0

ln(2)=0.693147181

log(2)=0.301029996

ln(100)=4.605170186

log(10)=1 (= number of zeros after the 1)

log(100)=2. (= number of zeros after the 1)

log(1000)=3 (number of zeros after the 1)

log(10000)=4 (number of zeros after the 1)

Most function will work in one of two ways.

1st way

Enter the number, then press the key,; the result is displayed.immediately.

Second way

Press the function key ( a left parenthesis may be displayed) enter the number (close the right parenthesis if there was a left one) press the = or EXE or ENTER keys.

Try the two ways described above to calculate the following values. The answers are given. Here log is he decimal logarithm and ln is the natural logarithm.

log(1)=0

ln(1)=0

ln(2)=0.693147181

log(2)=0.301029996

ln(100)=4.605170186

log(10)=1 (= number of zeros after the 1)

log(100)=2. (= number of zeros after the 1)

log(1000)=3 (number of zeros after the 1)

log(10000)=4 (number of zeros after the 1)

Aug 17, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS Calculator

The sine of 6pi is indeed zero. The calculator works with twelve decimal digits while pi is an irrational number with an infinite number of decimal digits. Thus the calculator cannot actually calculate the sine of 6pi, instead it calculates the sine of 18.8495559215. The sine of that number is close to zero but not quite, about 0.000000000002 which is what the calculator shows. This is a natural consequence of using finite machines to deal with infinite numbers.

In degrees, 3*360 is 1080 exactly and thus the calculator can produce an answer of exactly zero.

You'll notice that the calculator also gives a nonzero result for the sine of 4pi.

The "proper" fix for this is something called "argument reduction." If the argument lies outside the range of 0 to 2pi (or alternatively, the range -pi to pi), add or subtract multiples of 2pi until the argument is inside the range. So in this case, subtract 6pi from 6pi to get zero, then take the sine of that.

Bear in mind that argument reduction won't always work, since it too is limited to twelve-digit arithmetic.

In degrees, 3*360 is 1080 exactly and thus the calculator can produce an answer of exactly zero.

You'll notice that the calculator also gives a nonzero result for the sine of 4pi.

The "proper" fix for this is something called "argument reduction." If the argument lies outside the range of 0 to 2pi (or alternatively, the range -pi to pi), add or subtract multiples of 2pi until the argument is inside the range. So in this case, subtract 6pi from 6pi to get zero, then take the sine of that.

Bear in mind that argument reduction won't always work, since it too is limited to twelve-digit arithmetic.

Dec 12, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Enters a proper or improper fraction,

b?c (b { 6 digits, c { 3 digits). When

possible, improper fractions are

displayed as mixed numbers.

3 F 4 3?4

8 3 J 21?4

Single-variable functions display

decimal results.

1 F 2 0 0.25

a F b F c Enters the mixed fraction a b?c.

(a, b, c { 3 digits each, with the total

digits { 8).

6 F 4 F 6 64?6

J 62?3

"s Toggles display between a mixed

number and an improper fraction.

30 F 4 30?4

"s 71?2

"s 15?2

"s 71?2

"y Toggles display between fraction and

decimal.

55 F 24 55?24

"y 2.291666667

"y 27?24

If a result would overflow or if fixed decimal is 0, no

fraction to decimal conversion occurs. It is not an error.

Denominator must be a whole number {999.

b?c (b { 6 digits, c { 3 digits). When

possible, improper fractions are

displayed as mixed numbers.

3 F 4 3?4

8 3 J 21?4

Single-variable functions display

decimal results.

1 F 2 0 0.25

a F b F c Enters the mixed fraction a b?c.

(a, b, c { 3 digits each, with the total

digits { 8).

6 F 4 F 6 64?6

J 62?3

"s Toggles display between a mixed

number and an improper fraction.

30 F 4 30?4

"s 71?2

"s 15?2

"s 71?2

"y Toggles display between fraction and

decimal.

55 F 24 55?24

"y 2.291666667

"y 27?24

If a result would overflow or if fixed decimal is 0, no

fraction to decimal conversion occurs. It is not an error.

Denominator must be a whole number {999.

Nov 28, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Found Instructions for EL-1197PIII Calculator, think its the same thing

To set up date, time, conversion rate, and tax/discount rate, place the switch at the "RATE SET" position. Date: · Enter in the order of month, day and year, then press to complete the entry. · Use to separate month, day, and year. · When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “date” if the value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set date is restored. Month: 1 - 12; day: 1 - 31; Year: 2000 - 2099 (in 4 digits) or 00 - 99 (in 2 digits) Time: · Enter in the order of hour, minutes, then press to complete the entry. (There is no entry available for the seconds value. The clock starts at zero second.) · If the hour/minute digit is less than 10, it is not necessary to enter the first digit “0”. · Use to separate hour and minute values. · When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “time” if the value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set time is restored. Hour: 0 - 23 (24-hour system for the hour entry), Minute: 0 - 59

To set up date, time, conversion rate, and tax/discount rate, place the switch at the "RATE SET" position. Date: · Enter in the order of month, day and year, then press to complete the entry. · Use to separate month, day, and year. · When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “date” if the value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set date is restored. Month: 1 - 12; day: 1 - 31; Year: 2000 - 2099 (in 4 digits) or 00 - 99 (in 2 digits) Time: · Enter in the order of hour, minutes, then press to complete the entry. (There is no entry available for the seconds value. The clock starts at zero second.) · If the hour/minute digit is less than 10, it is not necessary to enter the first digit “0”. · Use to separate hour and minute values. · When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “time” if the value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set time is restored. Hour: 0 - 23 (24-hour system for the hour entry), Minute: 0 - 59

Apr 06, 2010 | Sharp EL-1197P Calculator

To change the number of decimal digits, press LEFT SHIFT (Blue) key then press (. In doing so you are setting your result display to FIX. Specify the number of digits you want by pressing 0, 1,2,3.., or 9

Press LEFT SHIFT (Blue) key, then press ) key. Specify the number of decimal digits in the mantissa by pressing one of the number keys.

Press RIGHT SHIFT (orange) key followed by (

press one of the digit keys (0,1,2,...,7,8,9) to specify the number of digits.

Mar 31, 2010 | HP 20s Calculator

Hello,

Press [MODE]. Use arrow down to go to second line Float. Use left arrow key to move cursor to a number other than zero and press [ENTER]. If you highlight 2 your results will have 2 decimal digits, but**if 0 is highlighted all results will be integers (no decimals).**

Hope it helps.

Press [MODE]. Use arrow down to go to second line Float. Use left arrow key to move cursor to a number other than zero and press [ENTER]. If you highlight 2 your results will have 2 decimal digits, but

Hope it helps.

Nov 18, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Hello,

Press [SHIFT][MODE][7:Sci]. Select the number of digits in the number.

In the exemples below, the Zeros are place holders.

0: 10 digits 0.000000000x10^0

1: 1 digit 0[x]10^0

2: 2 digits 0.0x10^0

...

9: 9 digits 0.00000000x10^0

Hope it helps

Press [SHIFT][MODE][7:Sci]. Select the number of digits in the number.

In the exemples below, the Zeros are place holders.

0: 10 digits 0.000000000x10^0

1: 1 digit 0[x]10^0

2: 2 digits 0.0x10^0

...

9: 9 digits 0.00000000x10^0

Hope it helps

Sep 26, 2009 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

You can access the .pdf manual for your particular calculator here:

http://www.sharpusa.com/files/cal_man_EL1750PIII.pdf

Page 1 for how to set date/time:

“RATE SET”: To set the date, time, and tax rate, set this switch at the “RATE SET” position.

**
Date:**

• Enter in the order of month, day and year, then press to complete the entry.

• Use to separate month, day, and year.

• When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “date” if the

value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set

date is restored.

Month: 1 - 12; day: 1 - 31; Year: 2000 - 2099 (in 4 digits) or 00 - 99 (in 2 digits)

**
Time:**

• Enter in the order of hour, minutes, then press to complete the entry.

(There is no entry available for the seconds value. The clock starts at zero second.)

• If the hour/minute digit is less than 10, it is not necessary to enter the first digit “0”.

• Use to separate hour and minute values.

• When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “time” if the

value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set

time is restored.

Hour: 0 - 23 (24-hour system for the hour entry), Minute: 0 - 59

http://www.sharpusa.com/files/cal_man_EL1750PIII.pdf

Page 1 for how to set date/time:

“RATE SET”: To set the date, time, and tax rate, set this switch at the “RATE SET” position.

• Use to separate month, day, and year.

• When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “date” if the

value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set

date is restored.

Month: 1 - 12; day: 1 - 31; Year: 2000 - 2099 (in 4 digits) or 00 - 99 (in 2 digits)

(There is no entry available for the seconds value. The clock starts at zero second.)

• If the hour/minute digit is less than 10, it is not necessary to enter the first digit “0”.

• Use to separate hour and minute values.

• When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “time” if the

value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set

time is restored.

Hour: 0 - 23 (24-hour system for the hour entry), Minute: 0 - 59

Apr 27, 2009 | Sharp EL-1750PIII Calculator

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I'm the same. I tried chnging the batteries but no luck in getting the digits to show right.

I have similar problem--an LCD screen, typing 888 yields E88. Computer was not dropped or handled rough, and calculator is pure solar, no batteries.

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