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How to get 700e*0.04(0.5) =714.14 by using BAII PLUS?

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  • chua_ada Mar 21, 2011

    thanks for quick reply but i still can't get 714.14 can you help by each step
    press 700
    press *
    press 0.04*0.5 = 0.02
    press 2nd
    press the key of ex

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Press 7 0 0 * ( . 0 4 * . 5 ) 2nd [e^x] =

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  • kakima Mar 21, 2011

    You're leaving out the parentheses around the .04*.5 .Refer to my original post. The parentheses keys are located just above the 7 and 8 keys.

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