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I want to clear a stored number "M2". - Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

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  • drnelson77 Jun 30, 2009

    No, I'm using a TI-30XA. MC or MRC aren't on it.

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Use MC or MRC button on your calculator

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

  • anthony6222 Jun 30, 2009


    The calculator has 3 memories. When a memory

    contains a number other than 0, M1, M2, or M3 displays.

    To clear a single memory, press 0 STO 1, 0 STO 2, or

    0 STO 3. To clear all 3 memories (solar only), press

    ON/AC

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Ti 30x IIS displays memory cleared and will not do


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  • Press the "ON/AC" button to turn the TI-30Xa on. If the top-left corner of the display reads either "M1," "M2" or "M3," a number is stored in the corresponding memory.
  • 2 Press "0," "STO" and "1" if the number in the corner reads "M1." The upper-left corner should no longer say "M1."
  • 3 Press "0," "STO" and "2" to clear the "M2" memory. Pressing "0," "STO" and "3" clears the number stored in "M3" memory.


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