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Depends on where your calculator wa made. On my made in China model there are two screws under the batter cover and screws under the rubber feet. Peel these off carefully and you can glue them back into place after you are done.

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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The calculator is doing exactly what you tell it to,

You first input 1.06. Then you press the y*x key, which tells the calculator to raise the previous number on the stack to the 1.06 power. Then you input 10. The result of all this is 10, as your calculator shows.

If you want to raise 1.06 to the tenth power, press 1 . 0 6 ENTER 10 y^x.

My 12c shows 1.7908 for the above.

You first input 1.06. Then you press the y*x key, which tells the calculator to raise the previous number on the stack to the 1.06 power. Then you input 10. The result of all this is 10, as your calculator shows.

If you want to raise 1.06 to the tenth power, press 1 . 0 6 ENTER 10 y^x.

My 12c shows 1.7908 for the above.

Sep 08, 2016 | HP 12c Calculator

Unlike TI calculators, the HP 12c doesn't have or need a CPT button. It knows whether you've made a numeric entry or not. To calculate N, I, PV, FV, or PMT, simply press the appropriate key without entering a number.

Feb 22, 2012 | HP 12c Calculator

The 12C is more expensive and more powerful than the BAII+Pro. The HP is also programmable, which the TI isn't. Starting from scratch (assuming you've never used a calculator before---a somewhat unreasonable assumption) the TI *might* be easier to learn, at least initially. But after a certain point, the HP will leave the TI behind. The HP is faster and more capable.

There are at least three different versions of the 12C available. There's the original 12C, the 12C Platinum, and the current 12C. The only way to tell the difference between the two non-Platinums is to look at the battery compartment---the original uses three button cells while the newer uses two coin cells. The newer one is MUCH faster. The Platinum, however, can use RPN or algebraic.

Unless your choice is limited to the 12C or the BAII (by the requirement of an exam, perhaps), you might want to look at the HP 20B and the HP 30B. Programmability aside, they're even more powerful and easier to use and faster than the 12C, and the 30B is also programmable.

There are other considerations, of course. Factors such as the feel of the keyboard, the 12C's landscape orientation as opposed to the others' portrait orientation, etc, are all matters of personal preference.

Disclaimer: I own multiple HP and multiple TI calculators. I tend to use HP calculators for calculating, while I use TI calculators to answer questions here at FixYa.

There are at least three different versions of the 12C available. There's the original 12C, the 12C Platinum, and the current 12C. The only way to tell the difference between the two non-Platinums is to look at the battery compartment---the original uses three button cells while the newer uses two coin cells. The newer one is MUCH faster. The Platinum, however, can use RPN or algebraic.

Unless your choice is limited to the 12C or the BAII (by the requirement of an exam, perhaps), you might want to look at the HP 20B and the HP 30B. Programmability aside, they're even more powerful and easier to use and faster than the 12C, and the 30B is also programmable.

There are other considerations, of course. Factors such as the feel of the keyboard, the 12C's landscape orientation as opposed to the others' portrait orientation, etc, are all matters of personal preference.

Disclaimer: I own multiple HP and multiple TI calculators. I tend to use HP calculators for calculating, while I use TI calculators to answer questions here at FixYa.

Mar 23, 2011 | HP 12c Calculator

Press and hold the decimal point key then press and release the ON key to swap the radix marks between US and European modes.

Oct 17, 2010 | HP 12c Calculator

Hi,

P12c display from Comma to Point This document describes how to change the display of the decimal point on the HP 12C (HP12C) Calculator from a comma (commas) back to a decimal point.

**Instructions**

Explanation The comma is the European equivalent of the decimal point.

This procedure is also applicable to HP12CP (Hewlett-Packard 12c Platinum) and HP12CPA (Hewlett-Packard 12c Platinum 25th Anniversary Edition).

Let me know, if needed further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

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P12c display from Comma to Point This document describes how to change the display of the decimal point on the HP 12C (HP12C) Calculator from a comma (commas) back to a decimal point.

- Turn off the calculator.
- Hold down the decimal point.
- Continue to hold the decimal point key, while turning on the calculator.

Explanation The comma is the European equivalent of the decimal point.

This procedure is also applicable to HP12CP (Hewlett-Packard 12c Platinum) and HP12CPA (Hewlett-Packard 12c Platinum 25th Anniversary Edition).

Let me know, if needed further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

Thanks for using ' Fixya ' and have a nice day!!

Feb 04, 2010 | HP 12c Calculator

I couldn't find any reference to a HP calculator model 12p.

There is a HP 12c financial calculator and a 12c Platinum financial calculator.

Check both models (for images, specifications, functions, user guides, etc.) :

HP 12c Financial Calculator

HP 12c Platinum Financial Calculator

There is a HP 12c financial calculator and a 12c Platinum financial calculator.

Check both models (for images, specifications, functions, user guides, etc.) :

HP 12c Financial Calculator

HP 12c Platinum Financial Calculator

Aug 06, 2009 | HP 12c Calculator

Have you looked on Ebay, check with office products dealers, most have what is called junkers just for this reason...

Apr 14, 2008 | HP 12c Calculator

I get an answer of 366.91 in my 12C as well. You might try either putting in a zero for FV before hitting the [PMT] key, or clearing your registers before doing the problem, as you may be picking up an old value from a previous problem in the FV register.

Jan 17, 2008 | HP 12c Calculator

Turn the calculator off, then press and hold down the .(decimal key) while you press the on button. Doing so again sets the calculator to use the original digit separators in the display

May 10, 2007 | HP 12c Calculator

Feb 26, 2015 | HP 12c Calculator

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