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Apr 29, 2014 | Computers & Internet

Shift (yellow) button and DISP (above close parenthesis).

N button.

Will show FIX _

Input required number of decimal places

That's it!

N button.

Will show FIX _

Input required number of decimal places

That's it!

Feb 13, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

You can select the A (K . A) and then the # of decimal places (F 6 3 2 1 0) you want. So if you want to enter 1234 & it calculates 12.34, this will work.

Jul 22, 2011 | Sharp EL-2630P Calculator

The error is in the eyes of the beholder. In scientific notation your value of 0.0095 is written as 9.5*10^(-3). Actually the calculator showed you more digits than you were asking for and its answer is more precise that yours. When you choose the Input/Output of the calculator to be LineIO, it will show the results as decimals. Howvever if the number to be displayed is too small or too large, the calculator will use the scientific notation.

To do exact calculations (whenever possible) set the Input/Output mode to MathIO. The result will be a fraction (19/1981). After that you can press the [S-D] button to convert that exact result to its decimal representation.

If you do not mind my advice, I suggest you learn how to interpret scientific notation, and familiarize yourself with the capabilities of this new type of calculators.

To configure the calculator for MathIO, press [SHIFT][MODE] to open the (SetUp), then select [1:MathIO]. In this mode, you will be able to see the expressions you type in as they would appear in a textbook:Fractions will appear as fractions, you will see radicals, etc. You can do a string of calculations in MathIO and convert only the last result to its decimal representation.

To do exact calculations (whenever possible) set the Input/Output mode to MathIO. The result will be a fraction (19/1981). After that you can press the [S-D] button to convert that exact result to its decimal representation.

If you do not mind my advice, I suggest you learn how to interpret scientific notation, and familiarize yourself with the capabilities of this new type of calculators.

To configure the calculator for MathIO, press [SHIFT][MODE] to open the (SetUp), then select [1:MathIO]. In this mode, you will be able to see the expressions you type in as they would appear in a textbook:Fractions will appear as fractions, you will see radicals, etc. You can do a string of calculations in MathIO and convert only the last result to its decimal representation.

Jul 10, 2011 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

The following examples will demonstrate how to
convert decimals into fractions using the TI-30Xa and TI-30Xa Solar.
Please be aware that TI-30Xa Solar School Edition calculators do not
have this functionality.

**Example**: Convert .25 to 1/4

- Input .25, press [2nd][<--] (says F<>D above it).

**** F<>D means fraction to decimal, decimal to fraction. **

**Example**: Convert 1.38 to 1_19/50

- Input 1.38, press [2nd][<--].

**Example**: Convert 9.75 to 9_3/4

- Input 9.75, press [2nd]{<--].

- Input .25, press [2nd][<--] (says F<>D above it).

- Input 1.38, press [2nd][<--].

- Input 9.75, press [2nd]{<--].

Mar 08, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Use the (-) key to the right of the decimal point key instead of the - key to the right of the 6 key to enter negative values.

Feb 04, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Use the (-) key (just to the right of the decimal point key) instead of the - key to enter negative values.

Jan 29, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-86 Calculator

Hello,

There are several ways you can extract decimal numbers from this fine calculator.

**In MathIO Mode**

1. Once a fraction or radical is displayed press [S<=>D] button to convert it to decimal. Pressing it again restores the fraction or radical display.

2. Instead of pressing the [=] key to obtain a result, press [SHIFT][=]. The result will be displayed as a decimal number.

**In LineIO**

If you do not care for exact calculations with radicals and fractions, just change the default mode from MathIO to LineIO. To do so

press [SHIFT]{MODE][2:LineIO]. In this input/output mode all results are decimal.

Please be informed that with this mode you will not be able to access the formula templates that allow you to enter fraction as you see them in textbooks (the natural display format). You lose other neat functionalities also.

As a suggestion, if you like the natural display for input keep it as default, and press [SHIFT][=] to display decimal results or [S<=>D] to convert display to decimal format.

Hope it helps.

There are several ways you can extract decimal numbers from this fine calculator.

1. Once a fraction or radical is displayed press [S<=>D] button to convert it to decimal. Pressing it again restores the fraction or radical display.

2. Instead of pressing the [=] key to obtain a result, press [SHIFT][=]. The result will be displayed as a decimal number.

If you do not care for exact calculations with radicals and fractions, just change the default mode from MathIO to LineIO. To do so

press [SHIFT]{MODE][2:LineIO]. In this input/output mode all results are decimal.

Please be informed that with this mode you will not be able to access the formula templates that allow you to enter fraction as you see them in textbooks (the natural display format). You lose other neat functionalities also.

As a suggestion, if you like the natural display for input keep it as default, and press [SHIFT][=] to display decimal results or [S<=>D] to convert display to decimal format.

Hope it helps.

Nov 16, 2009 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Sure, here you go:

int main(void) {

int input;

printf("Enter a decimal number: ");

scanf("%d", &input);

printf ("In hexadecimal, that is: %X\n\n", input);

return 0;

}

int main(void) {

int input;

printf("Enter a decimal number: ");

scanf("%d", &input);

printf ("In hexadecimal, that is: %X\n\n", input);

return 0;

}

Oct 05, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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