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When i type 1-.9909 it will give me scientific notation. then i tried changing the fix mode when it says 0~9 i changed it to 0 but that isnt giving me the correct answer. how do i fix this

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"FIX" mode is the number of decimal places, When you say Fix-0 it will truncate the decimals.
Either set model FIX-4 or FIX-5 or better still, just regular COMP mode.
Shift-clr-2 (mode) should set it back to defaults.

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