I have a SC-6103 aurex prestige calculator that reads "solve" a2 and I cannot get it to go away.

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You must have pressed the MODE key followed by SOLV , QUAD or SIMUL-2 or SIMUL-3 . If the calculator has these a programs they solve a Quadratic equation, a simultaneous system of two linear equations (SIMUL-2) . a system of 3 linear equations (SIMUL-3).

To use these solvers (IF YOU ARE INTERESTED), you select the solver you want and you will be prompted for a first coefficient (a, or a1). You enter the value and press the DATA key and you will be prompted for the next coefficient.

To exit the Solver mode press the MODE key followed by the key next to which there is DEC or >DEC. It might also be marked COMP.

Sorry, I do not have that very calculator but an other AUREX Scientific calculator (DS-752C).

Posted on Jun 15, 2010

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Right Click on cell with mouse and select format cells

then select number . If formula was for example percentage of cell a2 calculated from b2 calculated in c2 then in c2 you put =a2/b2

Then you can use percentage in the number format

or you can go =(a2/b2)*100

Also make the cell width more if a problem.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlD6vUKx2KE

then select number . If formula was for example percentage of cell a2 calculated from b2 calculated in c2 then in c2 you put =a2/b2

Then you can use percentage in the number format

or you can go =(a2/b2)*100

Also make the cell width more if a problem.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlD6vUKx2KE

Apr 08, 2017 | Excel Computers & Internet

how do i set the calculator on Decimal mode?

Apr 08, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Get the calculator out of scientific notation display mode. Put it in Normal (1 or 2) or Floating point mode. If you have a rest button use it.

Nov 23, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Check if you can see a key carrying normal either in the second function or so.

Nov 08, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi

standard devition is easy once you get your head around it for grouped data you have to take the equation apart so put in the sum of*f* then bracket (*x*-mean) squared and then divide by the sum of *f* and square root everything on the calculator. And then for non-grouped data you need to do the sum of (*x*-mean)squared then divided by the sum of *n* and once again square root everything.

Hope this helps

Good Luck

Maylee

standard devition is easy once you get your head around it for grouped data you have to take the equation apart so put in the sum of

Hope this helps

Good Luck

Maylee

Nov 11, 2010 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

If you want to use degrees (to have a DEG appear on top of the screen) you must exit all base-N modes (bin, oct, hex, or pent if available) and set the calculator numeration mode to DEC, decimal (the usual computational moode). The other modes are appropriate for handling certain types of calculations with integer (whole) numbers.

Jan 29, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Have you tried removing the batteries for a day or two?

Regards

Phillip

Regards

Phillip

Sep 12, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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