Question about Casio FX260 Scientific Calculator

Your problem is that the calculator is in Base N calculator mode (Octal, base 8). only the keys 0 to 7 are active. Change the mode to Decimal (base 10) or reset it completely, and your calculator will come back to life.

Jan 04, 2016 | Canon Office Equipment & Supplies

Press MODE 4 to select the BASE-N mode. Press one of DEC, HEX, BIN, or OCT to specify the input base, enter the number, then press one of the base keys to convert to that base.

Aug 29, 2013 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Press MODE 1 to return to real (normal) computation mode or MODE 2 for complex computation.

Oct 25, 2012 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

You're in the BASE-N mode, which allows you to do integer arithmetic and logic in a variety of bases. To get out, press MODE and then select the desired mode. 1 is for "normal" computations, 2 is for complex arithmetic, 3 is for statistics, 4 is the BASE-N mode, 5 is for equations, 6 is for matrices, 7 is for tables, and 8 is for vectors.

Sep 13, 2011 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

That is normal: In binary numeration you only have two digits 0 and 1. Get the calculator out of BASE-n calculation mode.

Press [MODE] and select 0:COMP the general calculator mode.

Press [MODE] and select 0:COMP the general calculator mode.

Apr 17, 2011 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

There's nothing to fix. This merely indicates that the calculator is set to DECimal (base 10) for integer operations. You can change it to BINary (base 2), OCTal (base 8), or HEXadecimal (base 16), but one of those indicators will remain on the screen. The calculator has to be set to one of these bases. The same applies to the angular mode and other annunciators on the display.

Nov 20, 2010 | HP 48gx Calculator

Press MODE 4 to switch to the BASE-N mode. Enter the base-10 number and press =. Press SHIFT [BIN] (the LOG key) to switch to base-2 and see the result.

In general, once in the BASE-N mode, to convert a number from one base to another, switch the calculator into the first base using the keys in the third row, enter the number, press =, then switch the calculator into the second base.

Press MODE 1 (or 2) to exit the BASE-N mode.

In general, once in the BASE-N mode, to convert a number from one base to another, switch the calculator into the first base using the keys in the third row, enter the number, press =, then switch the calculator into the second base.

Press MODE 1 (or 2) to exit the BASE-N mode.

Nov 14, 2010 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

For the manual see link

http://sharp-world.com/contents/calculat...

The downloaded manual pages 3 and 4 states, click the "setup 03" key and it will change to normal mode.

10000/8.1=1234.5678901 (normal mode)

setup 00 setup13 1234.568 (fix mode tab=3)

setup 01 sci mode

setup 02 eng mode

setup 03 normal mode

or just click the reset switch behind the ( Sharp el531w ) calculator, data will be deleted.

http://sharp-world.com/contents/calculat...

The downloaded manual pages 3 and 4 states, click the "setup 03" key and it will change to normal mode.

10000/8.1=1234.5678901 (normal mode)

setup 00 setup13 1234.568 (fix mode tab=3)

setup 01 sci mode

setup 02 eng mode

setup 03 normal mode

or just click the reset switch behind the ( Sharp el531w ) calculator, data will be deleted.

Oct 12, 2010 | Sharp EL-531VB Calculator

Press MODE then 4 to select BASE-N mode. Press SHIFT log to select binary mode. Use the digits 0 and 1 to enter numbers.

You can do basic arithmetic as normal. You can access additional functions by pressing SHIFT 3 to select the BASE menu.

You can do basic arithmetic as normal. You can access additional functions by pressing SHIFT 3 to select the BASE menu.

Aug 25, 2010 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Hello,

You calculator is set to base mode Hexadecimal (numeration in base 16). Change this mode to decimal.

Press [MODE] [F2] you get the base setting at the bottom of the screen. Press [Right arrow] and select 1 (dec)

At this point Enter to save configuration.

Hope it helps

You calculator is set to base mode Hexadecimal (numeration in base 16). Change this mode to decimal.

Press [MODE] [F2] you get the base setting at the bottom of the screen. Press [Right arrow] and select 1 (dec)

At this point Enter to save configuration.

Hope it helps

Sep 04, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

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