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I am trying to find a Billion digit calculator so I can do very complex calculations including this number: 24/c^2. c^2 is the speed of light. The answer goes over 1 million digits, so I need a more powerfull calculator to be more acurate.

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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.

Posted on Jan 09, 2013

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Hi, I have a Casio calculator fx-991MS giving me wrong answers!

Hello,

I am only looking for a plausible cause of the error, because I do not believe your calculator can make such a mistake. I think you **accidentally activated the Exponential display format** and did not pay attention to the small, raised -03 that came at the end of the number displayed. It is a common mistake for those not very familiar with Scientific or exponential notation.

Let us try to reset your calculator to the normal (floating point) format.

Press the [MODE] key a number of times until you reach a screen that has FIX, SCI, NORM and under each one a number (FIX 1, SCI 2), Norm 3). To have the number of decimal place you gave in your result (4 decimal digits), you press 1 to select Fix then 4.

Be aware that scientific calculators usually stop displaying results in floating point format ( 0.0000045 ) if the number is smaller then 0.001. So basically, 0.00099 will be displayed as 9.90-04, -04 being raised above the level, and in smaller size.

Hope it helps.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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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: how do i put paper into my calculator?

Follow the illustrated instructions in the manual you can download here: http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=DownloadDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=346&modelid=15431

Posted on Mar 12, 2010

SOURCE: I am using FX-83GT calculator when I divide a few

Try using the S<>D(above the orange DEL button) button after you've obtained your result..

Posted on Aug 22, 2010

SOURCE: I'm using a Staples scientific calculator BD-6108

What is BIN at the top of the screen? How do you get rid of it?

Posted on Jan 26, 2011

In one calculation, the Milky Way has a mass of about 100 billion solar masses, so it is easiest to translate that to 100 billion stars. This accounts for the stars that would be bigger or smaller than our sun, and averages them out. Other mass estimates bring the number up to 400 billion.21 May 2014

Apr 08, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

Hi Sjonmarie:

Wow! That is a large number that you are playing with.

Starting at the decimal point, you go through the hundreds, thousands, and millions, before you get to the billions.

That is nine digits to the left of the decimal point.

The tenth digit to the left of the decimal is the first billion digit.

The next digit to the left is the 10 billion digit.

If you ignore all of the first nine digits, and

add the tenth digit to the rest of the number, and then

ignore the 10th digit of the result,

you will have

the number rounded to the nearest 10 billion.

Ta Da!

Wow! That is a large number that you are playing with.

Starting at the decimal point, you go through the hundreds, thousands, and millions, before you get to the billions.

That is nine digits to the left of the decimal point.

The tenth digit to the left of the decimal is the first billion digit.

The next digit to the left is the 10 billion digit.

If you ignore all of the first nine digits, and

add the tenth digit to the rest of the number, and then

ignore the 10th digit of the result,

you will have

the number rounded to the nearest 10 billion.

Ta Da!

Apr 08, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

11 billion is 11 000 000 000.

50 thousand is 50 000.

We can divide top and bottom by 1 000 to make it a little cleaner and we get 11 000 000 divided by 50.

By long division we have:

___220 000___

50 ) 11 000 000

100

-------

100

100

-------

0

Good luck,

Paul

50 thousand is 50 000.

We can divide top and bottom by 1 000 to make it a little cleaner and we get 11 000 000 divided by 50.

By long division we have:

___220 000___

50 ) 11 000 000

100

-------

100

100

-------

0

Good luck,

Paul

May 07, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Depending on what you mean by "billion" it's either about 0.0013 or 0.0000013.

In some parts of the world a billion is a thousand million while in other parts of the world a billion is a million million.

In some parts of the world a billion is a thousand million while in other parts of the world a billion is a million million.

Apr 30, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Divide 2.5 million by 1.9 billion then multiply by 100.

Depending on where in the world you are, the result is either 0.13% or 0.00013%.

In some parts of the world, a billion is one thousand million. In other parts of the world, a billion is a million million.

Depending on where in the world you are, the result is either 0.13% or 0.00013%.

In some parts of the world, a billion is one thousand million. In other parts of the world, a billion is a million million.

Apr 29, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

2400% increase.

Jan 26, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

One thousand billions (US), known is some countries (US, Canada) as **Trillion**. Here is a link to a page that gives the names of the (named) large numbers.

http://www.jimloy.com/math/billion.htm

http://www.jimloy.com/math/billion.htm

Jan 02, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

1024 MB in 1 GB

May 25, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Mar 03, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

a billion is actually 1,000 million

1,000,000 = 1 million

1,000,000,000 = 1 billion

A billion is much larger than a million

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