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The second number from the right breaks up--like a fluorescent light that doesn't work in some areas. For example: the zero/0 looks like a capital L. Any ideas?

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How to closed zero dial in this phone set

phone circuits included electromechanical relays which imposed limitation on the speed of dialing a digit, and therefore dialing a complete 10-digit telephone number could take up to ten seconds, during which hardware resources had to be dedicated to a circuit. The Bell System organized the numbering plan to minimize the cost of providing automatic dialing to large population centers. The second digit of all area codes was 0 or 1, while the second digit of the exchange triplet was never 0 or 1, thus facilitating the recognition of whether a user was dialing a full 10-digit number or merely dialing within the local area code. In this coding scheme it was not yet necessary to dial a leading 1 for access to long distance circuits to other area codes. In some regions, local numbers were 7 digits, or occasionally less, but a toll call within the area code required a preceding 1. Area code 617 in eastern Massachusetts used this system in the early 1970s, while the Chicago area (312) did not. In the Chicago area, one could call the Boston area by dialing only 10 digits, while in Boston, to call Chicago, one would be required to use 11 digits, including the prefix 1.

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I am having trouble figuring out how to enter problems to find logarithmic functions

Let me give you a general recipe to familiarize yourself with any calculator, if you are averse to reading the manuals.
Most function will work in one of two ways.
1st way
Enter the number, then press the key,; the result is displayed.immediately.

Second way
Press the function key ( a left parenthesis may be displayed) enter the number (close the right parenthesis if there was a left one) press the = or EXE or ENTER keys.

Try the two ways described above to calculate the following values. The answers are given. Here log is he decimal logarithm and ln is the natural logarithm.


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How do I put a limit in my TI-89 with it saying 'to few arguments'?

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Make sure that the key barrel is all the way out. Then replace this example code with your factory code and try it
Example combination: 70-55-05

  1. Do two rotations to the left stopping at 0.

  1. Do two rotations to the left (Anti-clockwise) on the third time past 0 go to your first number.

So – 0 to 0, 0 to 0, 0 to 70

  1. Do one rotation to the right (clockwise) on the second time round stop at your second number.

So – 70 to 70, 70 to 55

  1. Turn directly from your second number to your third number heading to the left.
So – 55 to 05

  1. Push down the handle.

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Use asci code:
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if(intput[0] <=90 && input[0] >=65) write capital
if(intput[0] <=122 && input[0] >=97) write small
or easy:
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if(intput[0] <='z' && input[0] >='a') write small

input[0] it's the first letter.
If you wanna use the asci press and hold alt then input the number in the Num Lock from the right (only!!) then relyse the alt the it's will write the char from the asci you write.
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How do you make you r letters capitol on sign in page for email

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change in upper right corner, for example look like this:

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