Question about Casio DF320TM Scientific Calculator
You are actually telling the calc to do 100-10 then convert it to percent. so 100-10 is 90 and what percent is this would be 9000%, but if you actually mean 900% then you have to have a switch turned on that makes it advance the decimal place on the 100 and not the 10%. i would read the users manual in detail, not just about the % but everything or maybe start changing the swtiches and see where you end up.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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