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To change the FSE code on your SHARP calculator press SETUP and choose 0. FIX means that it shows you all the decimal places. SCI is scientific notation, ENG changes the scientific notation in groups of 3's. NORM1 and NORM2 are your normal number ranges, however norm2 starts from zero and anything negative will be written in scientific notation.

To change the FSE code on your SHARP calculator press SETUP and choose 0. FIX means that it shows you all the decimal places. SCI is scientific notation, ENG changes the scientific notation in groups of 3's. NORM1 and NORM2 are your normal number ranges, however norm2 starts from zero and anything negative will be written in scientific notation.

Jun 02, 2014 | Sharp Office Equipment & Supplies

Does the E code look like 10.8372487489E12?

If so, the calculator is either set to scientific notation mode OR the result was an answer that was too big to display on the calculator, so it converted it to scientific notation. To convert from scientific notation back to regular notation, move the decimal to the right by the number of times after the E. In this case, the number after the E is 12, so we have to move the decimal to the right 12 times. In this case, I get the final answer as 10 837 248 748 900.

Good luck.

Any questions, let me know.

Paul

If so, the calculator is either set to scientific notation mode OR the result was an answer that was too big to display on the calculator, so it converted it to scientific notation. To convert from scientific notation back to regular notation, move the decimal to the right by the number of times after the E. In this case, the number after the E is 12, so we have to move the decimal to the right 12 times. In this case, I get the final answer as 10 837 248 748 900.

Good luck.

Any questions, let me know.

Paul

Jan 27, 2014 | Casio DR-250HD Calculator

You should try to read a bit about significant digits. In scientific and technical calculations only a few digits have any meaning and results are rounded. Get a scientific calculator that displays 10 or more digits and that will be more than enough for your very complex calculations.

You can use the calculator on your computer. Look under the Accessories submenu in All programs.

You can use the calculator on your computer. Look under the Accessories submenu in All programs.

Jan 08, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

The answer (0.06785^160= 1.117E-187, or 0.0005^160= 6.842E-529) is much too small to be displayed on normal scientific calculators, where the exponent is usually limited to -99.

Try using the Windows calculator (in scientific view) instead. It can usually be found at Start/All programs/Accessories.

Try using the Windows calculator (in scientific view) instead. It can usually be found at Start/All programs/Accessories.

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u have here a very good example

You may also try links using google

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I saw a lot of links , many with usual c++ code and usual operations

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http://www.planet-source-code.com/vb/scripts/ShowCodeAsText.asp?txtCodeId=2056&lngWId=2

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