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You have several variables but the only ones you have access to are the letters from A to F, the letters x and y, and the Memory M. To store a value in variable x, enter the value, press [STO] followed by the key that has an x near it. To recall a value sotred in a letter variable press [RCL] followed by the appropriate key (the one that has a letter above it). But you cannot do any algebra with this calculator, if that is what you are attempting to do. And please do read the manual that shipped with the calculator that is the best reference to the capabilities of the machine.
This M does no harm. It merely reminds you that you stored something in memory. You can try pressing the AC (Clear All) button. Alternatively, store 0 in all the memories. If I am not mistaken you have 3 memories. Try 0 STO 1 to clear Memory 1 0 STO 2 to clear Memory 2 0 STO 3 to clear Memory 3.
Type 5 then ENTER.
Type ' (which is next to the STO button)
Press the alpha button (under the ENTER button) to type a letter or press it twice to put it in "alpha lock". Press it twice for this example.
Type F I V E then ENTER.
Your screen should look like this:
Press the STO button.
To recall the number, press the VAR button. You should see the variable "FIVE" that you just created. Press the corresponding gray button that is under your variable. This will give you your number.
To delete data from memory you store 0 in the memory To clear Memory 1 (M1) store 0 in it Para borrar la memoria M1, almacenar 0 en M1 (Google translate) 0 [STO] 1 clears M1 0 [STO] 2 clears M2 0 [STO] 3 clears M3
The memory locations A,B,C,D,X,Y and M are available to store values in them. M is the constant memory. To type the name of, say, variable X, you press the ALPHA key then the the key next to which is the X in cyan/Green color. If I remember correctly it is the key marked with a parenthesis ).
However to store a value in a memory location or to recall a stored value you use the STO key to store and the RCL key to recall. To store or recall there is no need to press the ALPHA key.
You may be able to find a program online that will automatically do what you want however if you don't have to do this too often you can just manually set "1" to a variable via the "STO-->" button (right above the "on" button-- select the value, pres sto-->, alpha and whatever variable you want) and set the ".75" to a variable.
Finding a program may be difficult for this type of program because you're trying to separate a whole number (essentially looking for a whole number and the remainder). You could always write a program for yourself but as I said before it might be a bit difficult.
The STO> button just above the on/off button is your memory store initializer.
example: 2x + 53 STO> y
stores "2x + 53" in a variable named "y".
To recall, just hit y and enter. In fact, if you type an equation like 3y^2 - 4y it will insert the data in for every "y" and give you:
(2x + 53)(6x + 155) as an answer.
To clear the memory:
DelVar y or F6 (2nd+F1) and clear all w/ single character names.
To recall a prevous answer, 2nd+(-) or type ans(1) for the last answer. You can also type ans(2) for the 2nd to last answer & so on.