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NEED INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO USE THE DIFFERENT ICONS ON THE CALCULATOR FX-270W PLUS AND USE IN A VARIOUS SITUATION SUCH AS ()20 THE POWER AND N SIGNALS ON IT AND COMPOUND INTEREST AND SIMPLE INTEREST FUTURE VALUE AND SINKING FUNDS,AMORTIZATION ANNUITIES PRESENT VALUE BASIC FUNCTIONS FOR BUSINESS ALGEBRA INSTRUCTIONS

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Since you're looking for so much, it sounds like you do not have the users manual for the calculator. You can download it here:

http://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/CASIO/FX-270W%20PLUS-_E

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