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I've tried to get out of the degree setting many times it just shows up on my screen I want it off! How?

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  • kakima Sep 08, 2010

    Okay, what setting do you want it in? The angular mode is one of Degrees, Radians, or Grads. One of those is always going to be on. My previous solution told you how to change it. Or do you want to change between DMS and decimal degrees?

  • kakima Oct 14, 2010

    Are you ready to use a razor blade on the circuit board to cut the trace?



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Whatever angle mode you're in, the calculator will display that. So, if you switch to radians, the DEG will disappear from the screen but the RAD will show up instead. That's just the way the calculator works.

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