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Casio FX83ES Scientific Calculator 83gt, calculator back to normal settings?


Clear the calculator.
Press [SHIFT][9] (CLR) or [SHIFT][MODE] (Setup) 8:Norm and choose Norm1 or Norm 2. Select the number of digits.

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How to I stop my sharp EL-531X calculator from rounding when converting from decimal to scientific notation?


You need to select the number of decimal places you would like, or if you would like the calculator to behave as normal. Press SET UP and select FSE (press 1) . You now have 5 options.
0: FIX means you can choose a fixed number of decimal places for every calculation.
1: SCI means scientific notation and choose the number of significant values you would like to deal with.
2: ENG means engineering and the power goes up in multiples of 3.
3: NORM1 and 4: NORM2 are the usual or normal settings on the calculator. Most school calculations will use NORM1 mode.

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My calculator is always in the scientific mode, i want it to be in normal mode, how?


Hi nolski,
Have a nice day.
Listed below are the ways to set your calculator from scientific to normal mode. 1.Clear your calculator of the last equation you did by pressing the "Clear" button. 2.Click the "Mode" button and use the arrow keys to scroll over "Normal" mode. This will set the calculator up to do basic equations versus any long algebraic equations, or other types of equations on which your were previously working. 3.Practice setting the mode to normal when your are done using your calculator so you always know what mode the calculator will be on when you turn it on next time.
You can follow also this link for fast easy and reliable practices about calculator http://www.meditec.zeiss.com/iolmaster-online
Hope it helps Thank you for using fixya.

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How do I change from having the answers displayed in scientific notation to normal number display?


You can set your display mode to FIX or NORMAL ( 1 or 2) if you have them. However if the result is too small ( less then 0.001) or too large the calculator will use the scientific format. Generally if there are not enough display positions to show your result, the calculator uses scientific notation.

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How to invert from fix/significant fig. answers to normal setting?


Hi friend, first will you on your calculator then click MODE(CLR) Button in thrice time then click 3(three) button and then again click 2(second) button then your calculator will change in normal mode. I hope this information is satisfication for you and thanks for join fixya!

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My calculator is stuck on the scientific setting. How do I change it back to normal setting?


Press SHIFT MODE. You can select either 6 for Fixed-decimal notation or 8 for Normal notation.

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How do you restore the Sharp EL531W calculator to the original settings.


For the manual see link
http://sharp-world.com/contents/calculat...

The downloaded manual pages 3 and 4 states, click the "setup 03" key and it will change to normal mode.
10000/8.1=1234.5678901 (normal mode)
setup 00 setup13 1234.568 (fix mode tab=3)
setup 01 sci mode
setup 02 eng mode
setup 03 normal mode
or just click the reset switch behind the ( Sharp el531w ) calculator, data will be deleted.

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My TI-86 answers every problem with an E answer. example: 3*3=9E0 How do I make it stop doing this? This has always been a great calc till it started doing this.


Hi,
It is still a great calculator and what it is doing now is not the result of a defect. Rather, it is a configuration setting that someone has activated.
The calculator has three display modes for the numbers.
Standard 'normal', scientific and engineering. The calculator respects the user's choice as long as possible, but if the numbers are too small or two large it uses the scientific display format.
To set the 'normal' display format:
  1. Press [2nd][MODE]. On first line of screen that is displayed, make sure that Normal is highlighted. If it si not, use the arrow to move cursor on it and press [ENTER].
  2. Use arrow to move cursor to 2nd line. Highlight the number of decimal digits you want (0, 1, 2, ...,or 9) and press ENTER.
  3. Quit the MODE setting. From now on the calculator will use the 'normal' display format with the number of decimal digits you chose, until you change this setting again.
  4. However if the number displayed is too small or too large it will be display it in scientific exponential notation. Subsequent numbers that are not too small nor too large will obey the 'normal' format.
Hope it helps.

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SETTING YOUR TAX RATE
you hold your set % button down for three seconds until set shows again, then hit tax rate button it shows your tax rate, change your tax rate then hit set your tax rate should be set.



cliff notes:
hold set% button
hit tax+ button
change the desired %
hit set done

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