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Jun 03, 2014 | 2001 Toyota Yaris

1. Make sure the HP-12C is in compounding mode. Press STO-EEX repeatedly until a tiny "C" appears in lower right of display.

2. Make sure "BEGIN" is NOT shown in the display. If it is, press g-END.

3. Clear financial registers: f-FIN. (That is really the "f" key then kind of the "Clear FIN" key -- I'm sure you'll see it.)

4. Enter zero as "initial investment". CLx, then g-CF0. (You have to do this because the 12C actually computes the "NPV" as an excess or deficit over the entered "initial investment". By entering zero, you force the calculator to just give you the actual net present value.)

5. Your first cash flow is +2.00. So, enter 2.00, then press g-CFj.

6. Next cash flow: +2.10. Enter 2.1, then press g-CFj.

7. Last cash flow: +22.20 (the final value of the stock plus the last dividend payment). Enter 22.20, then press g-CFj.

8. Enter the 10% interest (a.k.a. discount) rate. Enter 10, then press "i".

9. Compute the NPV. Press g-NPV. The answer is indeed 20.23 (at least to two decimal places).

2. Make sure "BEGIN" is NOT shown in the display. If it is, press g-END.

3. Clear financial registers: f-FIN. (That is really the "f" key then kind of the "Clear FIN" key -- I'm sure you'll see it.)

4. Enter zero as "initial investment". CLx, then g-CF0. (You have to do this because the 12C actually computes the "NPV" as an excess or deficit over the entered "initial investment". By entering zero, you force the calculator to just give you the actual net present value.)

5. Your first cash flow is +2.00. So, enter 2.00, then press g-CFj.

6. Next cash flow: +2.10. Enter 2.1, then press g-CFj.

7. Last cash flow: +22.20 (the final value of the stock plus the last dividend payment). Enter 22.20, then press g-CFj.

8. Enter the 10% interest (a.k.a. discount) rate. Enter 10, then press "i".

9. Compute the NPV. Press g-NPV. The answer is indeed 20.23 (at least to two decimal places).

Apr 08, 2014 | HP 12C Platinum Basic Calculator

First, the Poisson Distribution describes events which have a small probability of occurrence at any very precise single value, like 3.546732190, but which nonetheless occur very very frequently in a range of values. Also the mean or average or expected value are the same as the variance, in your case, three (I think you meant three).

So looking up the tables for this (or plugging it in Excel) the prob x=4 exactly is 0.1680

So looking up the tables for this (or plugging it in Excel) the prob x=4 exactly is 0.1680

Mar 23, 2014 | Sharp EL-738 Scientific Calculator

Are you using the right type of logarithms? The calculator provides for two types: common (base 10) and natural (base e).

Could you post an example or two, with the answers you get and the expected answers?

Could you post an example or two, with the answers you get and the expected answers?

Apr 15, 2013 | Casio FX83ES Scientific Calculator

Set up the correct formula on paper and follow it. Use parentheses to avoid ambiguities.

May 18, 2012 | Sharp EL-520WBBK Calculator

What do you expect? The factorial function grows rapidly and the capabilities of your calculator are limited. If you check the calculation limit you will see that it cannot exceed 10^100 and this is achieved with 69!

Just in case you really need the value, here is an approximation of it.

Just in case you really need the value, here is an approximation of it.

Apr 27, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

This typically means that something you're inputted didn't follow what the calculator expected for a given input. This can happen if you put something in like "6++5" -- the calculator doesn't expect another function sign after "+", it expects something that has numerical value like a variable or an actual number! You can fix this by hitting [2] on the error screen, which will take you to the place where the calculator stumbled on the problem. From there, you can doublecheck what you typed in and try it again.

Mar 24, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

abc common stock paid 1.32 pesos in dividends last year and expected to grow 7% annually. Compute for the value of the stock with expected rate of return 11%.

Nov 22, 2010 | Texas Instruments BA-II Plus Calculator

Hello,

Press the yellow [2nd] key then [VARS] (DISTR) to access the distributions. Scroll Up or down to see 0:binompdf( . Press 0 |ENTER|. The command echoes on the screen as**binompdf(. **Complete the command by entering the number of trials, the probability of success, and the value expected. Number of trials, and the value expected are integers.

You can also run the command giving it a sequence of expected values. In that case the sequence of expected values must be enclosed in curly brackets

Hope it helps.

**binompdf ( number of trials, p, { expec_value1, expec_value2, ...} )** [ENTER]

Press the yellow [2nd] key then [VARS] (DISTR) to access the distributions. Scroll Up or down to see 0:binompdf( . Press 0 |ENTER|. The command echoes on the screen as

You can also run the command giving it a sequence of expected values. In that case the sequence of expected values must be enclosed in curly brackets

Hope it helps.

Oct 15, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Goal Seek Solver and Sceanerios are a Part of What if Data Analysis Tools.

Goal Seek find the Expected Change in terms of value to a calculated Items.

For Example if you have a sales data for the year 2007 where Profit is 350000 and you want to make it 500000 for the year 2008 so what changes you will do in Product cost or Product Price this you will find with Goal Seek. It is also known as Back calculation. It has some restrictions which is overcome by Solver. But before doing this type of calculation use Sceanerios to store different Calculated values using Goal Seek and Solver. You dont have to add these values in different sheets all the values stored as a sceanerios. so You can show different Predections to the customers without moving around the Sheets.

Goal Seek find the Expected Change in terms of value to a calculated Items.

For Example if you have a sales data for the year 2007 where Profit is 350000 and you want to make it 500000 for the year 2008 so what changes you will do in Product cost or Product Price this you will find with Goal Seek. It is also known as Back calculation. It has some restrictions which is overcome by Solver. But before doing this type of calculation use Sceanerios to store different Calculated values using Goal Seek and Solver. You dont have to add these values in different sheets all the values stored as a sceanerios. so You can show different Predections to the customers without moving around the Sheets.

Nov 17, 2008 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

Jun 10, 2013 | Casio FX-7400G Plus Calculator

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