Question about HP 12c Calculator

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That depends on what you want to do with the 1 and the 2. If you want to add them together, for example, you would press

1 ENTER 2 +

If you wanted to multiply them together, you would press

1 ENTER 2 *

It's not free, but you can order the HP-11C manual from

http://www.hpmuseum.org/software/swcd.htm

There's also a fairly good tutorial on RPN there at

http://www.hpmuseum.org/rpn.htm

Posted on Sep 15, 2011

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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To calculate the arctangent, use 2ND TAN. For example, to calculate the arctangent of 1, press 2ND TAN 1 ENTER

Nov 20, 2013 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

This are the following examples for absolute value. Hope this simple examples could help you to answer your problem. Don't forget me to rate me up sir or madam.Thanks a lot. Good day.

1.) ' 2 - 5 ' = ' -3 ' = 3

2.) 0 - 6 ' = ' -6 ' = 6

3.) '?6'
= 6

4.) 8' + '?4' = 8 + 4 = 12

Jun 13, 2011 | Computers & Internet

You'll find the hyperbolic functions in the MATH/Hyperbolic menu, available by pressing 2ND [MATH]. Alternatively, you can simply type in tanh(, enter the value, ), and ENTER.

For example, to compute tanh(1), press 2ND MATH, down-arrow eleven times, ENTER, 3, ENTER, 1, )(, ENTER.

Or t, ALPHA, a, ALPHA, n, ALPHA, h, (, 1, ), ENTER.

If the calculator gives the answer as "tanh(1)", convert it to a numerical value by pressing diamond, ENTER.

For example, to compute tanh(1), press 2ND MATH, down-arrow eleven times, ENTER, 3, ENTER, 1, )(, ENTER.

Or t, ALPHA, a, ALPHA, n, ALPHA, h, (, 1, ), ENTER.

If the calculator gives the answer as "tanh(1)", convert it to a numerical value by pressing diamond, ENTER.

Mar 04, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

i am giving the key input with an example..

example-

at 0, value is 300

at 50, value is 270

so how much at 30...

On 991MS,

Go in Reg mode, for doing that : press Menu,Menu, 2

Enter the values as follows,

0,300 and press M+ key on the calci

(Note: there is a "," in between 0 and 300)

then enter the following,

50,270 and press M+ key

now enter the following input exactly as displayed below:

(30) shift 2 > > > 2 =

you will get the answer as 282.

I hope you got it!!!

LOFT!!!

example-

at 0, value is 300

at 50, value is 270

so how much at 30...

On 991MS,

Go in Reg mode, for doing that : press Menu,Menu, 2

Enter the values as follows,

0,300 and press M+ key on the calci

(Note: there is a "," in between 0 and 300)

then enter the following,

50,270 and press M+ key

now enter the following input exactly as displayed below:

(30) shift 2 > > > 2 =

you will get the answer as 282.

I hope you got it!!!

LOFT!!!

Feb 22, 2011 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

At a blank screen, enter your IRR formula in terms of the variables using ALPHA and ')' for variable X. For example: -1000 200/((1 X)^1) 200/((1 X)^2) ... rest of subsequent years. Then, press CALC. It will prompt you to enter values of your variable (X in this example). Don't worry if there's already a value displayed - this is just the most recent value that has been stored as that letter. Simply enter your value (in terms of your IRR guess) and then press [=]. You will have to repeat this for each IRR guess until you reach almost ZERO.

Feb 11, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

You apparently have a numerical value stored in the variable "x" and the calculator is using that value. To get rid of it, press 2ND [VAR-LINK], scroll down to the line containing the variable x, press F1 1.

Jun 30, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

-11=11(c-3)

-11=11c-33

-11+33=11c-33+33

22=11c

22/11=11c/11

2=c

-11=11c-33

-11+33=11c-33+33

22=11c

22/11=11c/11

2=c

Oct 09, 2009 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

Hello,

Clearly the x variable stores value zero. Press [F6] ( 1:clear a-z) [ENTER] and restart your derivative.

Hope it helps.

Clearly the x variable stores value zero. Press [F6] ( 1:clear a-z) [ENTER] and restart your derivative.

Hope it helps.

Sep 29, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

Hi,

Please follow the steps given below to reduce the baud rate on your printer.

1. Turn on the HP all-in-one.

2. From the keypad, press * and # keys simultaneously.

3. Press 1, press 2, and then press 3. Service followed by a number will be displayed on the front panel.

4. Press the right-arrow to select System Configuration.

5. Press Enter on the front panel.

6. Press the right-arrow to select R/W Parameter.

7. Press Enter. Parameter 0 will be displayed on the front panel.

8. Press 1, press 5,press 1 (i.e,151) and then press Enter. The display should read Value followed by a number (example, Value 60).

9. Press 2, press 6, and then press Enter. This will display Parameter 0 on the display.

10. Press 1, press 5,press 3 (i.e,153) and then press Enter. The display should read Value followed by a number (example, Value 60).

11. Press 0, and then press Enter. This will display

Parameter 0 on the display.

12. Press Cancel repeatedly, until the display reads the date and time.

Please follow the steps given below to reduce the baud rate on your printer.

1. Turn on the HP all-in-one.

2. From the keypad, press * and # keys simultaneously.

3. Press 1, press 2, and then press 3. Service followed by a number will be displayed on the front panel.

4. Press the right-arrow to select System Configuration.

5. Press Enter on the front panel.

6. Press the right-arrow to select R/W Parameter.

7. Press Enter. Parameter 0 will be displayed on the front panel.

8. Press 1, press 5,press 1 (i.e,151) and then press Enter. The display should read Value followed by a number (example, Value 60).

9. Press 2, press 6, and then press Enter. This will display Parameter 0 on the display.

10. Press 1, press 5,press 3 (i.e,153) and then press Enter. The display should read Value followed by a number (example, Value 60).

11. Press 0, and then press Enter. This will display

Parameter 0 on the display.

12. Press Cancel repeatedly, until the display reads the date and time.

May 21, 2009 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

a space is given by a value as no value (mass is given by 0) but i will make no sence if i keep this up so here is a really well structured dos page to help you out:
http://www.csulb.edu/~murdock/dosindex.html
good luck.

Sep 25, 2007 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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