My calculator rounds off all the decimals! how can i reset it or make it right? For exemple Pi is not 3.1416... it's 3! So now, it's totally useless!

Re: Canon F-502 statistycal scientific calculator

As I added on to the previous solution on the other problem.

"Okay, I did what the best solution did and worked with it.

"1. press 2nd F (left top corner)

2. ENG/FIX (the button next to 2nd F)

3. press 0 (if you don't want calculator to round off any decimals)"

In order to get your exact value of pi, in step #3, instead of 0, press the decimal [ . ]

This should give you no decimals when entering a number and give you 3.141592654... when you input pi.

Hope that works/helps."

Posted on Nov 09, 2007

Your calculator may be able to use the symbol Pi. If it gives you a result with Pi, you should convert it to a decimal approximation. There must be a key to convert.

Nov 12, 2013 | Canon F-719SG Green Scientific Calculator...

The display of radicals and Pi is limited. For example only square roots are displayed as roots, standing alone or in some complicated fractions. Pi is shown as Pi, but pi^2 is not. These are limitations you have to accept. So you did not do anything wrong.

Feb 23, 2013 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

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.

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.

Aug 28, 2012 | Sharp El-531x Scientific Calculator Green...

It's actually giving you the correct answer, rounded to one significant digit. If you want to see more digits, press 2ndF [FIX] and then the number of digits you want to the right of the decimal point. For example, to see two digits to the right of the decimal point, press 2ndF [FIX] 2 .

Jun 29, 2012 | Canon F-502 Calculator

Press 2ndF [FIX] and then the desired number of digits to the right of the decimal point.

Jun 08, 2011 | Canon F-502 Calculator

Press 2ndF [FIX] and a digit for the number of digits to the right of the decimal point. [FIX] is on the ENG key next to the 2ndF key at the top left corner of the keyboard.

Nov 24, 2010 | Canon F-502 Calculator

Well, 42pi is the result of multiplying 42 by pi, isn't it? In the default MthIO mode the calculator strives to display as many results symbolically as possible.

To convert a single result to decimal, press SD. To have all results come out in decimal, press SHIFT MODE 2 to select the LineIO mode.

To convert a single result to decimal, press SD. To have all results come out in decimal, press SHIFT MODE 2 to select the LineIO mode.

Sep 17, 2010 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Check this HP FAQ:

Setting a Fixed Decimal Place You can download the manual and user guides for your calculator from here:

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/manualCategory?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&product=81575&lang=en&

For more information, Faqs & how-Tosgo the HP support homepage for your calculator:

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/product?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&product=81575&

Introduction This document describes how to set the desired number of decimal places on the HP 12c calculator in standard format. It also covers how to enter a number in scientific notation. Instructions for standard format

Introduction This document describes how to set the desired number of decimal places on the HP 12c calculator in standard format. It also covers how to enter a number in scientific notation. Instructions for standard format

Setting a Fixed Decimal Place You can download the manual and user guides for your calculator from here:

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/manualCategory?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&product=81575&lang=en&

For more information, Faqs & how-Tosgo the HP support homepage for your calculator:

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/product?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&product=81575&

Introduction This document describes how to set the desired number of decimal places on the HP 12c calculator in standard format. It also covers how to enter a number in scientific notation. Instructions for standard format

- Press and release .
- Press the number key for the desired number of decimal places to be displayed to the right of the decimal point (0 through 9). The calculator displays a maximum of 10 digits.

Introduction This document describes how to set the desired number of decimal places on the HP 12c calculator in standard format. It also covers how to enter a number in scientific notation. Instructions for standard format

- Press and release .
- Press the number key for the desired number of decimal places to be displayed to the right of the decimal point (0 through 9). The calculator displays a maximum of 10 digits.

Aug 24, 2009 | HP 12c Calculator

Hello,

I have not been able to find a link for you. On Canon site it is said that there is no manual to download. Certain sites seem to direct one to a manual, to ultimately end on the Canon site where there is no manual.

Since the calculator does not have too many functions (136) it is likely that all of them are the ones you find on any entry level scientific calculator. I suggest you grab the manual of any scientific calculator. I am convinced you will find in it much that is useful to you.

Even the Japanese version can be useful, if you look at the math exemples.

Sorry.

I have not been able to find a link for you. On Canon site it is said that there is no manual to download. Certain sites seem to direct one to a manual, to ultimately end on the Canon site where there is no manual.

Since the calculator does not have too many functions (136) it is likely that all of them are the ones you find on any entry level scientific calculator. I suggest you grab the manual of any scientific calculator. I am convinced you will find in it much that is useful to you.

Even the Japanese version can be useful, if you look at the math exemples.

Sorry.

Jun 25, 2009 | Canon F-502 Calculator

Okay, I did what the best solution did and worked with it.

"1. press 2nd F (left top corner)

2. ENG/FIX (the button next to 2nd F)

3. press 0 (if you don't want calculator to round off any decimals)"

In order to get your exact value of pi, in step #3, instead of 0, press the decimal [ . ]

This should give you no decimals when entering a number and give you 3.141592654... when you input pi.

Hope that works/helps.

"1. press 2nd F (left top corner)

2. ENG/FIX (the button next to 2nd F)

3. press 0 (if you don't want calculator to round off any decimals)"

In order to get your exact value of pi, in step #3, instead of 0, press the decimal [ . ]

This should give you no decimals when entering a number and give you 3.141592654... when you input pi.

Hope that works/helps.

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Hello,

I have the same problem and the solution given doesn't work.

Can you tell me what I'm doing wrong ?

Before doing any calculation I have done the 1, 2 and 3, and after I have calculate : 1.5+1 => 3

I try after the calculation and same result...

Thank you very much

thank you, very much thank you, Jason Huang!!!

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