Question about HP 12c Calculator

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Yes, for this type of accounting calculator you need to specify how many decimal places you want to deal with using the function key.

- Press and release the gold PREFIX key (f).
- Press the number key for the desired number of decimal places (0 through 9).

In your situation you would do 1.05 (f) 2

This should do it!

Thanks

Tim

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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1.Spin the dial at least three times to the right (clockwise), all the way around.

- For your second number, turn the dial to the left, going past zero and your first number. Then stop at your second number.
- Some locks are a bit odd or finicky -- if your locker isn't opening after you put the three numbers in correctly, try turning left
*past*your second number once and stopping on it on the next go around.

- Some locks are a bit odd or finicky -- if your locker isn't opening after you put the three numbers in correctly, try turning left
- For your third number, turn the dial to the right and go directly to the last number. Leave your lock on this number. Always remember: right, left, right.

Oct 19, 2016 | Computers & Internet

DEG says that the angle unit is set to degrees. You can change it to RADians, or GRADs. However much you want to get rid of all of them you will always have one of them. Learn to live with them.

FIX says that the decimal displays will always show a fixed number of decimals.** You can decide how many you keep. **Apparently your calculator is configured not to show any decimal digits: the number of fixed digits is set to zero. Change it to some other number

There are other display formats : Engineering ENG, and Scientific (SCI)

There is another format (possibly 2) called Norm 1 or Norm 2.

Set you calculator to one of the Normal formats.

Press** SHIFT MODE** to enter **(Setup)** and configure.

Advice: Learn to use your calculator. The best way to achieve mastery is to look inside the manual whenever you do not understand something.

FIX says that the decimal displays will always show a fixed number of decimals.

There are other display formats : Engineering ENG, and Scientific (SCI)

There is another format (possibly 2) called Norm 1 or Norm 2.

Set you calculator to one of the Normal formats.

Press

Advice: Learn to use your calculator. The best way to achieve mastery is to look inside the manual whenever you do not understand something.

Dec 06, 2013 | Casio FX-300 Plus Scientific Calculator...

Press SHIFT MODE 6 then select the desired number of digits after the decimal point. Alternatively, press SHIFT MODE 7 then select the desired number of significant digits.

Sep 09, 2013 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

45 700 = 45700.00..... Notice the decimal mark inserted after the second 0.

In scientific notation you must have ONE digit before the decimal mark: 4.7500 (it is not finished).

By moving the decimal mark from its original place after the second zero to its new place after the 4, you have divided the number by 10000 (one zero for each position change). To recover the original number you must multiply 4.57 by 10000. This is compacted as *10^4.

Thus 45700=4.57*10^4 or as the calculator displays it 4.57E04

If you are entering a number in scientific notation do not use *10^04, but press the [SHIFT][,] for a TI83Plus, followed by the exponent.

In scientific notation you must have ONE digit before the decimal mark: 4.7500 (it is not finished).

By moving the decimal mark from its original place after the second zero to its new place after the 4, you have divided the number by 10000 (one zero for each position change). To recover the original number you must multiply 4.57 by 10000. This is compacted as *10^4.

Thus 45700=4.57*10^4 or as the calculator displays it 4.57E04

If you are entering a number in scientific notation do not use *10^04, but press the [SHIFT][,] for a TI83Plus, followed by the exponent.

Jul 12, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

What is the problem? Enter one number (decimal or otherwise) press the divide by key and enter the second number. As long as the second number is not equal to zero you get a meaningful result. Try it. No special handling is necessary.

May 25, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

The calculator has two Input/Output modes: MathIO and LineIO.

LineIO

LineIO is the old way of entering numbers in calculators and results are always displayed as decimal numbers. Some calculators have a fraction feature and would convert a fraction to a decimal number and back.

MathIO

In MathIO you enter expressions as you would by hand or as you see them written in textbooks.

In this mode, results are by default displayed as fraction or fractions/ radicals.

Conversion

To convert the fraction/radical to decimals you just press the [SD] key. If you press again you cycle through all the available display formats.

So you can (if you want) use the MathIO to manipulate expressions and convert only the last result to decimal. By the way, fractions and radicals are generally more accurate than their decimal representations.

SetUP

If however seeing fractions and radicals is too painful, just set the LineIO as your default mode. To do so press [SHIFT][MODE] to open (SETUP), then select [2:LineIO]

LineIO

LineIO is the old way of entering numbers in calculators and results are always displayed as decimal numbers. Some calculators have a fraction feature and would convert a fraction to a decimal number and back.

MathIO

In MathIO you enter expressions as you would by hand or as you see them written in textbooks.

In this mode, results are by default displayed as fraction or fractions/ radicals.

Conversion

To convert the fraction/radical to decimals you just press the [SD] key. If you press again you cycle through all the available display formats.

So you can (if you want) use the MathIO to manipulate expressions and convert only the last result to decimal. By the way, fractions and radicals are generally more accurate than their decimal representations.

SetUP

If however seeing fractions and radicals is too painful, just set the LineIO as your default mode. To do so press [SHIFT][MODE] to open (SETUP), then select [2:LineIO]

Feb 17, 2011 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

If you wan to solve an equation using the SOLVE feature you enter it as follows (your example)

You should rewrite it as 5/4*X-18+3 (= 0). Implicitly, the calculator assumes that the right side is ZERO and you do not enter any right side nor an equal sign.

Type in

5/4 [*] [X,T,theta, n] -18 +3 [ALPHA] [ENTER] (SOLVE)

You should get an answer -780/47 or the decimal equivalent (depending on display mode.)

You should rewrite it as 5/4*X-18+3 (= 0). Implicitly, the calculator assumes that the right side is ZERO and you do not enter any right side nor an equal sign.

Type in

5/4 [*] [X,T,theta, n] -18 +3 [ALPHA] [ENTER] (SOLVE)

You should get an answer -780/47 or the decimal equivalent (depending on display mode.)

Feb 12, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

You have the calculator set to round everything in the display to zero digits after the decimal point. To change this, press SHIFT [DISP] and then a digit representing the number of digits you want to the right of the decimal point.

Nov 09, 2010 | HP 10bII Calculator

You didn't mention the make or model of your scanner, so I can't provide a response specific to your unit, but the trailing zero is meaningless, so there's no reason to enter it. Some bands on some scanners will only accept three decimal digits, but the scanner should round off your entry and still receive the intended frequency.

Bill B

Bill B

May 02, 2010 | Radio Communications

VX8500 does not have an ESN. The VX8500 has an MEID. The MEID is a 14 digit hexadecimal value with the following format:

The decimal representation is calculated as follows:

a). Separate the 14 digit hexadecimal MEID into two parts:

Part 1 – the first 8 digits representing the manufacturer code (digits RRXXXXXX in

the figure).

Part 2 – the last 6 digits representing the serial number. (digits ZZZZZZ in the figure).

b). Convert the hexadecimal value of each part into the decimal equivalent:

Part 1 – 10 decimal digits zero filled.

Part 2 – 8 decimal digits zero filled.

If the decimal equivalent of each part is less than the number of required digits, right align

and zero fill to create the required length.

c). Concatenate Part 1 and Part 2 to create an 18 digit decimal number.

Example:

Hex MEID = AF 01 23 45 0A BC DE

Part 1, manufacturer code is 0xAF012345 = 2936087365

Part 2, serial number is 0x0ABCDE = 00703710

Therefore, the decimal representation of the MEID is 29360 87365 0070 3710

The decimal representation is calculated as follows:

a). Separate the 14 digit hexadecimal MEID into two parts:

Part 1 – the first 8 digits representing the manufacturer code (digits RRXXXXXX in

the figure).

Part 2 – the last 6 digits representing the serial number. (digits ZZZZZZ in the figure).

b). Convert the hexadecimal value of each part into the decimal equivalent:

Part 1 – 10 decimal digits zero filled.

Part 2 – 8 decimal digits zero filled.

If the decimal equivalent of each part is less than the number of required digits, right align

and zero fill to create the required length.

c). Concatenate Part 1 and Part 2 to create an 18 digit decimal number.

Example:

Hex MEID = AF 01 23 45 0A BC DE

Part 1, manufacturer code is 0xAF012345 = 2936087365

Part 2, serial number is 0x0ABCDE = 00703710

Therefore, the decimal representation of the MEID is 29360 87365 0070 3710

Sep 10, 2009 | LG CHOCOLATE VX8500 Cellular Phone

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