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SET TAX RATE ON TEXAS INSTRUMENTS TI-1795 SV CALCULATOR

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: how to set the tax rate

Its easy just type in the tax rate that you want, then hit the rate button. Afterwards leave tax+ pressed and you should see the tax % sign appear above the number you punched in, and THATS IT!!! Easy!!!

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