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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
[Shift][Setup][6:Fix]4 displays result with 4 decimal places. But if number is too small you will lose significant digits and may have a null value.
In that case you use [Shift][Setup][7:Sci]4 displays results in scientific notation digit.4digitsx10^(exponent)
Hope it helps
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
SOURCE: how do you get the
Here it is. The screen captures were taken from a TI Nspire with OS 3.x
Turn calculator ON. when the Home screen is displayed press 5:Settings
(On older OS's the number may be different, 8)
Unfurl the submenu and select 2:Settings
Then select 1:General
Here is what you see.
Use the right arrow key to unfold the menu Display digits.
Select float 4 or higher to keep more than three digits.
Validate your choice by pressing ENTER.
Do do exit just yet.
Use the TAB key to move cursor to the bottom of the screen
and on the OK button. Press the ENTER key.
You will return to the Home screen.
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Posted on Aug 16, 2011
After the decimal the digits are tenths and then hundreths (reading from left to right).
So rounding down to the nearest hundredths would be .10
Posted on Feb 10, 2015
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