I'm a math teacher that has three Canon F-603 Scientific and Statistical Calculators. All three have been somehow changed into Hex Mode by unwitting students who have no idea what they did to get them into that mode. I have tried to fiddle with things for the past two years to no avail. These are older calculators that I inherited with the room that I now teach in, so there is no manual to refer to. What are the key strokes to get out Hex Mode?! (And yes, I've tried hitting the Mode key numerous times!)
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It depends on your application? I had one on a construction site and it was wonderful. Look up the particular model and see if it applies to you Obiri. Thank you and leave some feedback for I'm a newbie!
Hello, Turn the satistical plots OFF Press [2nd][Y=] (STATPLOT). Select or enter 4: to execute the command [PlotsOff] [ENTER]
Clear the lists (statistical lists) Press [2nd] (Catalog]. Press [PGRM] C. The cursor jumps to the first command in catalog that starts with C (The greek letters in names do not matter). Scroll down a bit to reach the command [ClrAllLists]. Select it and press [ENTER].
Try your graphs again. If you still have problems, just reset the RAM: Press [2nd][+] (MEM). Press 7 to select [Reset] then [1:All Ram][2:Reset]. Press [Clear] to erase the Ram Cleard message.
Hello, Press [SHIFT][MODE][6:Fix] and press a numbetr between (0--9). The number you select will be the number of decimal places your results have. However if a result is smaller than 0.001 it will be in scientific notation.
The [MODE] key can be used to select the modes described below. Important! The following is a general explanation of Scientific Calculator modes. Note that your calculator may not include all of the modes described here. 1) Calculation Modes Before performing a calculation, you first need to select the appropriate calculation mode. COMP: Basic arithmetric calculations (arithmetic operations, trigonometric functions, etc.) COMPLEX: Complex number calculations SD: Single-variable statistical calculations (sample standard deviation, etc.) LR or REG: Paired-variable statistical calculations (linear regression statistical calculations, etc.) BASE or BASE-n: Binary, octal, decimal, hexadecimal number system calculations MAT: Matrix calculations (determinants, etc.) VCT: Vector calculations EQU: nth degree equations, simultaneous equations 2) Display Settings Use these settings to control how calculation results are displayed. Note that changing the Fix and Sci settings does not affect internal calculation results. Norm: Exponential display format and cancels the currently configured Fix and Sci settings. Fix: Specifies a fixed number of digits to the right of the decimal place. Sci: Specifies a fixed number of significant digits. 3) Angle Unit Setting (90°=?/2 radians=100 grads) Deg: Degrees Rad: Radians Gra: Grads 4) Engineering Mode Use this mode when you want to input and perform calculations using engineering symbols.
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Hello, I have not been able to find a link for you. On Canon site it
is said that there is no manual to download. Certain sites seem to
direct one to a manual, to ultimately end on the Canon site where there
is no manual.
Since the calculator does not have too many
functions (136) it is likely that all of them are the ones you find on
any entry level scientific calculator. I suggest you grab the manual of
any scientific calculator. I am convinced you will find in it much that
is useful to you.
Even the Japanese version can be useful, if you look at the math exemples. Sorry.