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How do I compound interest sums on a casio fx-83GT Plus calculator

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  • k24674 Sep 11, 2010

    State the formula you have to use and we will show you how to use it to get a result. There are a few ways to calculate interests.

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SOURCE: my casio fx-300ES does not have the exe or y2

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I think that you have been using an HP rpn calculator before? This calculator has the equals key instead of exe key. The input is as follows: 2 "x" 2 "=" 4, unlike the reverse polish notation.

Please reply with the problem statement and I shall provide steps to carry it out. In the mean time, please consult the online manual. It requires adobe or foxit reader installed.

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SOURCE: is there any way to stop the casio fx-83GT plus

Yes. Press SHIFT MODE 2 to select the LineIO mode.

Posted on Nov 05, 2010

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SOURCE: hello there. I'm having some

try changing you calculator to Degrees it should be the original setting, this can be done usually by removing the batteries or hitting a clear all memory on calc and it should be set to degrees. The reason you are getting "0.4553" is because it is in the radian mode (usually seen as RAD) so easy fix its not your calc its just an operator error.

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Press [SHIFT] [MODE] [3] to switch to degrees.

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SOURCE: I need to determine how

Press [SHIFT][MODE][6][4]:


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When you select FIX (by pressing [SHIFT][MODE][6] ) on your calculator you can specify number of decimal places which are displayed (you can choose any number from 0 to 9).

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I need to determine how get my casio fx-83gt Plus to display results up to 4 decimal places. Can you assist please?


Press [SHIFT][MODE][6][4]:


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When you select FIX (by pressing [SHIFT][MODE][6] ) on your calculator you can specify number of decimal places which are displayed (you can choose any number from 0 to 9).

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