Can store numbers in memory and retrieve them....

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Posted on Feb 22, 2009

On some calculators the "MR" key recalls the number stored in memory (Memory Recall).

The power-raising key is usually marked "^" or "x-superscript-y" or "y-superscript-x".

If you're asking about a particular calculator, what make and model?

The power-raising key is usually marked "^" or "x-superscript-y" or "y-superscript-x".

If you're asking about a particular calculator, what make and model?

Oct 11, 2014 | Calculators

To store use the STO button. You can store a number in the memory registers A, B,C,D, and maybe E and F if you have the last two. Also in X, Y, and M.

Example: To store 15 in A

15 STO A[=/EXE]

To recall from a memory location use the RCL button

RCL A displays 15

Example: To store 15 in A

15 STO A[=/EXE]

To recall from a memory location use the RCL button

RCL A displays 15

Jul 14, 2014 | Calculators

For simple scientific calculators, you have a certain number of memory locations A, B, C, D, X,Y, M. Maybe more,

To store a value in a memory location you use the** [STO] **or** **

[SHIFT] [RCL] (STO) sequence.

15 [STO] A (displays 15)

[RCL] A (displays 15)

For graphing calculator, you have**26 **memory locations, one in each letter. You use the STO key to store as above. You may also have the possibility to store programs, and on certain models a text editor.

To store a value in a memory location you use the

[SHIFT] [RCL] (STO) sequence.

15 [STO] A (displays 15)

[RCL] A (displays 15)

For graphing calculator, you have

Jan 04, 2014 | Casio Calculators

I do not know what make and model of calculator you have, but generally speaking, the M key stands for Memory key, When you press it it brings the content of the memory register on the display. But if you have not stored anything in memory (by entering a number then pressing M+) then the calculator displays the default value in memory, which is 0.

Sep 10, 2013 | Calculators

You can store values in the memory locations the calculator has (A,B,C, D, M). However they will may not remain stored once the calculator is turned off.

To store a value in say Memory location A

type in the number and press STO> A.

If that does not work, type in a number and press STO> ALPHA A

To retrieve a stored value, press RCL A or RCL ALPHA A

To store a value in say Memory location A

type in the number and press STO> A.

If that does not work, type in a number and press STO> ALPHA A

To retrieve a stored value, press RCL A or RCL ALPHA A

May 25, 2012 | Casio Calculators

Hello,

Your calculator has 3 memories (M1, M2,M3)

To store the number 170 in M1 use** 170[STO]1 **

To recall a number from M1 use [RCL]1

To add a number to the content of M1 [2nd][SUM]1 (adds displayed value to contents of M1).

[2nd][EXC] 2 exchanges the value already displayed with the contents of M2:

To erase (clear) a memory register, just store 0 in it.

Hope it helps.

Your calculator has 3 memories (M1, M2,M3)

To store the number 170 in M1 use

To recall a number from M1 use [RCL]1

To add a number to the content of M1 [2nd][SUM]1 (adds displayed value to contents of M1).

[2nd][EXC] 2 exchanges the value already displayed with the contents of M2:

To erase (clear) a memory register, just store 0 in it.

Hope it helps.

Oct 22, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

to store the numbers in memory its very simple...jus press some digits wch u want to store...then after entering the numbers press SHIFT then press RCL...then press any one alphabet frm A-M...then u r numbers are stored...to view the stored numbers press RCL and press the alphabet where u stored it...thats it its simple!!!!

Jul 24, 2009 | Casio FX-115W Plus Calculator

STO 1 puts the displayed value into memory location 1.

RCL 1 brings the stored value back.

Same for memory locations 2 and 3.

If there's something in memory, M1, M2 M3 will show in the display, clear the memory by storing the value zero.

Note that anything stored into memory location 1, 2 or 3 over writes what was there. Memory values are retained through power off/on.

To add the displayed number to a memory location (instead of replacing the value stored), use 2nd, STO, n

To exchange displayed and stored values, use 2nd, EXC, n

n is 1, 2 or 3

Get the instruction booklet from TI's website (pdf download) if you don't have one

RCL 1 brings the stored value back.

Same for memory locations 2 and 3.

If there's something in memory, M1, M2 M3 will show in the display, clear the memory by storing the value zero.

Note that anything stored into memory location 1, 2 or 3 over writes what was there. Memory values are retained through power off/on.

To add the displayed number to a memory location (instead of replacing the value stored), use 2nd, STO, n

To exchange displayed and stored values, use 2nd, EXC, n

n is 1, 2 or 3

Get the instruction booklet from TI's website (pdf download) if you don't have one

Sep 26, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Depends on what you are trying to save... you can save a variables(numbers) as a "stored value"(store and recall button [STO> and shift RCL>]).

You can bring back what you just typed in (without retyping it all) by hitting 2nd(or shift) enter.

You can bring back what you just typed in (without retyping it all) by hitting 2nd(or shift) enter.

Nov 16, 2007 | Texas Instruments TI-85 Calculator

screen has (m3)and (m1) in upper left corner, have not been able to totally clear screen.

Apr 10, 2007 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

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