Question about Casio FX-250HC Calculator
You must change the number display to FIX. Press [MODE][7:] followed by a number betwee 0 and 7. This will set the number of decimal digits. Be warned that the Indicator FIX will be displayed on the screen.
This information is for the FX250D, but I trust it is also valid for the FX-250HC. If it is not, just look in your manual. If you cannot find yours, do not blame me, I cannot get hold of a manual for this calculator.
You can always take the time to play with the [MODE] key followed by [.] or a number. When you press the mode + number, look on the screen to see what indicator appears (deg, Fix, Rad) The one that makes FIX appaear is the one that gets you out of the exponential scientific mode.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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