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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Alot of people have this doubt, so I might as well make it clear.
Press the 10^x button (while pressing SHIFT, of course; it's exactly above the LOG button) followed by the number whose antilog you desire.
Let's say we need antilog(-6.8),
1. Press SHIFT, followed by LOG (i.e 10^x); this'll display a 10 on the screen;
2. Type in -6.8;
3. Press "=";
4. This'll display 1.584893192x10^-7 as the solution, which is correct!
5. Bye, lol :P
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
SOURCE: mode change
Just so that we know what we are talking about. The natural display is the display mode in which fractions appear on two lines, radicals appear as radicals, log can be calculated in any base, etc. If that is what you understand by Natural Display, we are in agreement.
To set this mode, you turn calculator ON and press [SHIFT][MODE] (setup). The option is called MathIO, and it has the number 1.
Hope it helps.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
SOURCE: How do i calculate antilog
For common logs (logs in base 10) use the 10^x function : Press [SHIFT] [Log] to access it.
For natural logs, use the exponential function. Press [SHIFT][ln] to access it.
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
SOURCE: Casio fx-991ES, how to calculate
At a blank screen, enter your IRR formula in terms of the variables using ALPHA and ')' for variable X. For example: -1000 200/((1 X)^1) 200/((1 X)^2) ... rest of subsequent years. Then, press CALC. It will prompt you to enter values of your variable (X in this example). Don't worry if there's already a value displayed - this is just the most recent value that has been stored as that letter. Simply enter your value (in terms of your IRR guess) and then press [=]. You will have to repeat this for each IRR guess until you reach almost ZERO.
Posted on Sep 19, 2011
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