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The decimal mark may be wrong. In the US and Canada the decimal mark is the point. In some European countries (notably FRANCE) the decimal mark is the comma.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Hello, I hope this will help you. 3/1250 is the same as 3 divided by 1250 which is the same as .0024. 1 - .9927 = .0024

Nov 06, 2015 | Casio FX-300ES Scientific Calculator,...

Put the frequencies into the list LFREQ instead of L2.

Jun 14, 2013 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

[OPTN][LIST] scroll right till you find %.

It is used inside programs and works on lists.

Create a list of data and type it in under STAT

Close the list editor (Press Menu to go to Run>Mat).

In Run>Mat Press OPTN>List>F6..>%.

The word Percent is displayed. Enter the name List (OPTN>List) then the list number (1-6). This is what you see (without the owrd Done).

Press the EXE

The calculator displays a list with the same dimension as List 1. Each element represent the % of the corresponding element of list 1 with respect to the total of the list L1.

In fact it calculates the relative frequency of each element.

Maybe that does not answer your question but really converting a decimal to a percent value or a percentage into a decimal is a rather trivail matter. Just move the decimal mark (if there is none put one at the end of the number) two places to the left to get the decimal equivalent or two places to the right to get the percent equivalent of a decimal number.

It is used inside programs and works on lists.

Create a list of data and type it in under STAT

Close the list editor (Press Menu to go to Run>Mat).

In Run>Mat Press OPTN>List>F6..>%.

The word Percent is displayed. Enter the name List (OPTN>List) then the list number (1-6). This is what you see (without the owrd Done).

Press the EXE

The calculator displays a list with the same dimension as List 1. Each element represent the % of the corresponding element of list 1 with respect to the total of the list L1.

In fact it calculates the relative frequency of each element.

Maybe that does not answer your question but really converting a decimal to a percent value or a percentage into a decimal is a rather trivail matter. Just move the decimal mark (if there is none put one at the end of the number) two places to the left to get the decimal equivalent or two places to the right to get the percent equivalent of a decimal number.

Feb 02, 2013 | Casio FX-9860GII SD Power Graphic...

[OPTN][LIST] scroll right till you find %.

It is used inside programs and works on lists.

Create a list of data and type it in under STAT

Close the list editor (Press Menu to go to Run>Mat).

In Run>Mat Press OPTN>List>F6..>%.

The word Percent is displayed. Enter the name List (OPTN>List) then the list number (1-6). This is what you see (without the owrd Done).

Press the EXE

The calculator displays a list with the same dimension as List 1. Each element represent the % of the corresponding element of list 1 with respect to the total of the list L1.

In fact it calculates the relative frequency of each element.

Maybe that does not answer your question but really converting a decimal to a percent value or a percentage into a decimal is a rather trivail matter. Just move the decimal mark (if there is none put one at the end of the number) two places to the left to get the decimal equivalent or two places to the right to get the percent equivalent of a decimal number.

It is used inside programs and works on lists.

Create a list of data and type it in under STAT

Close the list editor (Press Menu to go to Run>Mat).

In Run>Mat Press OPTN>List>F6..>%.

The word Percent is displayed. Enter the name List (OPTN>List) then the list number (1-6). This is what you see (without the owrd Done).

Press the EXE

The calculator displays a list with the same dimension as List 1. Each element represent the % of the corresponding element of list 1 with respect to the total of the list L1.

In fact it calculates the relative frequency of each element.

Maybe that does not answer your question but really converting a decimal to a percent value or a percentage into a decimal is a rather trivail matter. Just move the decimal mark (if there is none put one at the end of the number) two places to the left to get the decimal equivalent or two places to the right to get the percent equivalent of a decimal number.

Feb 02, 2013 | Casio Fx-9860gii Graphing Calculator

[OPTN][LIST] scroll right till you find %.

It is used inside programs and works on lists.

Create a list of data and type it in under STAT

Close the list editor (Press Menu to go to Run>Mat).

In Run>Mat Press OPTN>List>F6..>%.

The word Percent is displayed. Enter the name List (OPTN>List) then the list number (1-6). This is what you see (without the owrd Done).

Press the EXE

The calculator displays a list with the same dimension as List 1. Each element represent the % of the corresponding element of list 1 with respect to the total of the list L1.

In fact it calculates the relative frequency of each element.

Maybe that does not answer your question but really converting a decimal to a percent value or a percentage into a decimal is a rather trivail matter. Just move the decimal mark (if there is none put one at the end of the number) two places to the left to get the decimal equivalent or two places to the right to get the percent equivalent of a decimal number.

It is used inside programs and works on lists.

Create a list of data and type it in under STAT

Close the list editor (Press Menu to go to Run>Mat).

In Run>Mat Press OPTN>List>F6..>%.

The word Percent is displayed. Enter the name List (OPTN>List) then the list number (1-6). This is what you see (without the owrd Done).

Press the EXE

The calculator displays a list with the same dimension as List 1. Each element represent the % of the corresponding element of list 1 with respect to the total of the list L1.

In fact it calculates the relative frequency of each element.

Maybe that does not answer your question but really converting a decimal to a percent value or a percentage into a decimal is a rather trivail matter. Just move the decimal mark (if there is none put one at the end of the number) two places to the left to get the decimal equivalent or two places to the right to get the percent equivalent of a decimal number.

Feb 02, 2013 | Casio FX-9860G Graphic Calculator

SOUNDS LIKE A BAD THERMOSTAT OR THE RED & WHITE WIRES IN BACK OF STAT ARE TOUCHING ONE ANOTHER COMPLETING THE CALL FOR HEAT.

Dec 25, 2012 | Heating & Cooling

on your model the thermostat comes with a new heater

http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Defrost-Heater-Assembly/61006116/1021756

you have to read the t-stat when it's cold,unplug the harness,stick one end into the harness and stick the tip of the other probe into the other wire of the t-stat,or seeing that you have to replace the heater and t-stat anyway cut the two wires going to the t-stat,wire nut them together,manually turn the timer knob to put it into defrost and if the heater comes on you know the t-stat is bad.you can leave the heater on and get a hair dryer,melt out all the ice and then disconnect the t-stat wires and tape them or wirenut them,this way your machine will run for 10 to 12 days before it freezes up again giving you time to order your parts and you won't loose any food.when you get new parts melt out any ice again and change heater and t-stat.most likely the t-stat is bad,common problem.

http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Defrost-Heater-Assembly/61006116/1021756

you have to read the t-stat when it's cold,unplug the harness,stick one end into the harness and stick the tip of the other probe into the other wire of the t-stat,or seeing that you have to replace the heater and t-stat anyway cut the two wires going to the t-stat,wire nut them together,manually turn the timer knob to put it into defrost and if the heater comes on you know the t-stat is bad.you can leave the heater on and get a hair dryer,melt out all the ice and then disconnect the t-stat wires and tape them or wirenut them,this way your machine will run for 10 to 12 days before it freezes up again giving you time to order your parts and you won't loose any food.when you get new parts melt out any ice again and change heater and t-stat.most likely the t-stat is bad,common problem.

Aug 27, 2012 | Maytag MSD2456G Side by Side Refrigerator

He needs to put the old stat back on...... The old stat is a Millvolt stat and the new Digital ones won't work. And I don't know if they make a digital for Millvolt.... The old floor furnaces used a power pile like a oversize thermocouple for the power to operate the gas valve.

Jul 22, 2011 | Montgomery Ward (223600UP) Heater

Put the data into a list using whatever scheme you prefer. Press STAT right-arrow to bring up the STAT CALC menu. Select "1-Var Stats" and specify the list containing the data. You'll get a screen showing the various statistical values. The population standard deviation is designated by a lowercase sigma.

Jun 01, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

You have put it into PENTA mode. Change it to Decimal. Press [2nd][+]

May 23, 2011 | Sharp EL-506WBBK Calculator

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