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Had someone who knows how to program it for con. math to take it & do it for me. (I hope). Thanks Ronald Greer.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

It depends on your application? I had one on a construction site and it was wonderful. Look up the particular model and see if it applies to you Obiri. Thank you and leave some feedback for I'm a newbie!

Jul 13, 2016 | Scientific Calculator Office Equipment &...

Is this publicity (advertisement) for this calculator brand?

Aug 02, 2013 | Calculated Industries 4065, Construction...

Press right-shift MODES to bring up the mode screen, then uncheck the "BEEP" option.

Apr 13, 2012 | HP 48gx Calculator

If you are looking for the key that tells calculator to execute the command you just entered, it is the one marked ENTER. However if you are looking for the sign = to enter in an expression you are constructing, then you will find it under the TEST menu. Press [2nd][MATH] then select 1:=

Jan 11, 2012 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

For negative numbers (not just exponents), make sure you use the (-) key just to the right of the decimal point key, not the - key for subtraction.

For what follows I'm going to assume you have at least version 2.53 of the operating system for the 84Plus. If you have an older version, I STRONGLY recommend you update it:

http://education.ti.com/educationportal/sites/US/productDetail/us_os_84plus.html

You can use the "n/d" command in the MATH/NUM menu to enter the division bar. For example, to enter 1/2, press 1 MATH right-arrow ALPHA [D] 2 ENTER. If you just want the number, you can also enter it as 1 / 2.

You can convert a decimal number to a fraction using the >Frac command in the MATH menu. For example, to convert 0.2 to a fraction, press . 2 MATH 1 ENTER.

For what follows I'm going to assume you have at least version 2.53 of the operating system for the 84Plus. If you have an older version, I STRONGLY recommend you update it:

http://education.ti.com/educationportal/sites/US/productDetail/us_os_84plus.html

You can use the "n/d" command in the MATH/NUM menu to enter the division bar. For example, to enter 1/2, press 1 MATH right-arrow ALPHA [D] 2 ENTER. If you just want the number, you can also enter it as 1 / 2.

You can convert a decimal number to a fraction using the >Frac command in the MATH menu. For example, to convert 0.2 to a fraction, press . 2 MATH 1 ENTER.

Mar 16, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

http://www.tdsway.com/binaries/tdscogoforhp48gx/documents/manuals/COGOManual&Reference.pdf

Mar 09, 2011 | HP 48gx Calculator

press MATH, go to PRB and press 4.

Apr 03, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS Calculator

This is a general scientific calculator designed to handle the most common mathematical calculations (at a not too advanced level). It is not designed to handle construction mathematics directly.

However, if you have a collection of construction math formulas and you know how to use the FX260 Solar, I have no doubt that it can handle all your problems. But it will require too much effort in a construction context. Better get a specialized one.

However, if you have a collection of construction math formulas and you know how to use the FX260 Solar, I have no doubt that it can handle all your problems. But it will require too much effort in a construction context. Better get a specialized one.

Nov 10, 2009 | Casio FX-260 Calculator

Hello,

The following procedure valid for the 48G should work for the HP48GX.

Make the calculator perform a

**Self test.**

IROM OK,

IRAM OK,

HP48GX OK

The self test will continue repeatedly until you perform a

**System Halt**

If you do not see IROM OK and IRAM OK, the calculator requires service.

If the above procedure is successful, you may want

**to test the keyboard.**

**System Halt.**

If you follow the**proper sequence **and a hexadecimal number appears after pressing a key, the calculator requires service.

Hope it helps.

The following procedure valid for the 48G should work for the HP48GX.

Make the calculator perform a

- Turn calculator on
- Press and HOLD the key [ON]
- Press and release the key with "E" to its right (the one before last in first row)
- Relaese the [ON] key.

IROM OK,

IRAM OK,

HP48GX OK

The self test will continue repeatedly until you perform a

- Press and HOLD the [ON] key
- Press and release the "C" key
- Release the [ON] key.

If you do not see IROM OK and IRAM OK, the calculator requires service.

If the above procedure is successful, you may want

- Turn calculator on
- Press and HOLD the [ON] key
- Press and release the "D" key.
- Release the [ON] key
- Press and release the "E" key. KBD 1 should appear on the top left corner of the screen.
- Starting at the upper left corner of the keyboard, and moving Left to right, press every key
**in sequence**. If you follow the sequence and the keys are functioning properly you should hear a hight pitch sound at each press. - If everything is OK, when you press the last key (+) the screen displays KBD 1 OK.

If you follow the

Hope it helps.

Jul 16, 2009 | HP 48gx Calculator

Hi,

By the time I discovered this question you probably have built the Golden Gate twice over and The Great Wall of China once.

Rather than looking for someone to program your calculator you should visit the**hpcalc.org **archives for the HP48G and look for a program or programs that solve the problems you are dealing with.

Here is the link to the Physics and Civil Engineering page.

Hope you find what you are looking for.

By the time I discovered this question you probably have built the Golden Gate twice over and The Great Wall of China once.

Rather than looking for someone to program your calculator you should visit the

Here is the link to the Physics and Civil Engineering page.

Hope you find what you are looking for.

Dec 31, 2008 | HP 48gx Calculator

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