Question about Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

I don't know which button i pressed on my scientific calculator and now it's totally not working properly it's showing me a base-N on the top of the screen and it's not even letting me square the numbers.

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Press MODE 1 to return to real (normal) computation mode or MODE 2 for complex computation.

Posted on Oct 25, 2012

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Trying to find standard deviation on the calculator

I took statistics last semester and I don't really remember how, but after you enter your data, you press SHIFT, then STAT (on the 1 key), then I think it's under 5 (VAR), and maybe Xon-1? Eh, funny how long you remember this stuff for....

Posted on May 03, 2009

SOURCE: square and cube

Use the ^ or y^x button and take it in power of you need 2 or 3.

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

SOURCE: i have scientific calculator fx-100ms & i dont

Hello,

What happened to the manual that came bundled with the calculator?

The following link will take ypu to the casio web site where you can download the manual you need.

http://support.casio.com/pdf/004/fx115MS_991MS_E.pdf

Hope it helps

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

SOURCE: I need Kenko Scientific Calculator KK-570TL manual

Try here

http://support.casio.com/manualfile.php?rgn=2&cid=004001014

Posted on Oct 11, 2009

No you do not have an exponential** p**. The **p** at the bottom right of the screen says that the numeration mode is the one in base 5 (pental mode). Change it to decimal **(Dec).** Find the key that has the marking **(->Dec)** above in on the faceplate of the calculator. It s probably the + key. Press [2nd F][+] (>Dec). The letter p will disappear.

Mar 04, 2014 | Sharp el-531x scientific calculator

Your calculator is set to display in scientific notation. To change it, press SETUP 1 then choose the desired mode. For most purposes you'll probably want Floating Point. For more details see the third column of the first page of the manual.

Oct 22, 2012 | Sharp EL-501WBBL Calculator

You can try pressing "alpha" or "2nd" and then pressing the key you saw the percent sign on.

here is a temporary solution in case that doesn't work:to enter a percentage up to write the digits before the tens and ones (if any, and if not, just type a zero), a point, and the last two digits.ex:

To write down the answer, take all the digits, take off the point, if the percentage is 99% or less, don't write the zero on the right of the period, and add a percent sign.

here is a temporary solution in case that doesn't work:to enter a percentage up to write the digits before the tens and ones (if any, and if not, just type a zero), a point, and the last two digits.ex:

- 56%=0.56
- 28%=0.28
- 132%=1.32
- 4243%=42.43

To write down the answer, take all the digits, take off the point, if the percentage is 99% or less, don't write the zero on the right of the period, and add a percent sign.

Oct 07, 2012 | HP 35s Scientific Calculator

There is only one key to toggle between display formats: the S<>D key. Pressing the key repeatedly will cycle through all available display formats.

May 23, 2012 | Casio FX300WPlus Scientific Calculator

Use the "log" key. For example, to calculate the log base 10 of 2, press

"log" "2" =

"log" "2" =

Mar 29, 2012 | Casio FX991ES Scientific Calculator

Press 'shift' then '9', then '1', then '=' and it's gone. :)

Mar 03, 2012 | Casio Office Equipment & Supplies

Press MODE 4 to enter the BASE-N mode. Press the BIN, OCT, DEC, or HEX button to specify the input number base, enter the number to be converted, then press the BIN, OCT, DEC, or HEX button to convert to that base. To enter the other hexadecimal digits, use the A, B, C, D, E, F buttons (the row of the keyboard beginning with the (-) key.

Mar 24, 2011 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Note that this I'm using a Casio fx-991MS calculator.

I'm also assuming you're asking about the z value i.e. P(t)

You first need to go to SD mode, which is done by pressing Mode button twice where you'll get the choices as follows:

SD REG BASE

1 2 3

Press Numeral 1. you should see a small sd icon on the top of the display after you press 1.

Now enter Shift key + '3' i.e. Shift + DISTR and you'll get the options as follows:

P( Q( R( t->

1 2 3 4

Choose whichever is required.

Hope this is what you were asking about.

I'm also assuming you're asking about the z value i.e. P(t)

You first need to go to SD mode, which is done by pressing Mode button twice where you'll get the choices as follows:

SD REG BASE

1 2 3

Press Numeral 1. you should see a small sd icon on the top of the display after you press 1.

Now enter Shift key + '3' i.e. Shift + DISTR and you'll get the options as follows:

P( Q( R( t->

1 2 3 4

Choose whichever is required.

Hope this is what you were asking about.

Jan 13, 2011 | Casio FX991MS Scientific Calculator

It could mean many things, the same as your anonymous calculator can be any of the many Sharp models (scientific, commercial)

If it is a Scientific calculator, I believe it is the p at the end of numbers in the pental numeration system (numeration in base-5).

That answers your question.

To get rid of the p, switch to the decimal numeration system. Not knowing the model number, I cannot tell you how to perform that operation.

If it is a Scientific calculator, I believe it is the p at the end of numbers in the pental numeration system (numeration in base-5).

That answers your question.

To get rid of the p, switch to the decimal numeration system. Not knowing the model number, I cannot tell you how to perform that operation.

Feb 08, 2010 | Sharp Office Equipment & Supplies

Press MODE 4 to enter the BASE-N mode. If the display doesn't say Dec, press SHIFT DEC (the x^2 key) to set base 10. Enter the number to convert. Press SHIFT BIN (the log key) to switch to base 2.

Each time you switch the base the current value is redisplayed in that new base.

Each time you switch the base the current value is redisplayed in that new base.

Feb 07, 2009 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

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