Ii has to do with the number of decimals you decided to keep.

If you only handle addition, multiplication and subtraction of whole (integer) numbers you will not suffer from the lack of decimals. But if you divide integer numbers more often than not you will have decimal numbers ex. 1/2=0.5, 1/3=0.333333333etc. If you forbid the calculator to show decimals the first one above will be 1, and the second will be 0.

My advice: ignore the zeros that come after the decimal mark. They will not hurt you if YOU NEVER DIVIDE.

Hope it helps.

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If i type 10+10 it comes up with 10+10=20 and my setting is on Math G . So mabey try that ?

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The problem should be 400((1-(1+.019/12)^-60)/(.019/12))

You can enter it almost exactly as given:

4 0 0 * ( ( 1 - ( 1 + . 0 1 9 / 1 2 ) ^ 6 0 (-) ) / ( . 0 1 9 / 1 2 ) ) ENTER

Make sure you use (-) instead of - to enter the negative number.

You can enter it almost exactly as given:

4 0 0 * ( ( 1 - ( 1 + . 0 1 9 / 1 2 ) ^ 6 0 (-) ) / ( . 0 1 9 / 1 2 ) ) ENTER

Make sure you use (-) instead of - to enter the negative number.

Feb 28, 2012 •
Office Equipment & Supplies

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To make sure that the calculator is misbehaving, I suggest that you create a simple 4X4 matrix, that is not singular, and calculate it reduced row echelon form by hand, then use the calculator to perform the reduction. You can also generate a random 4x4 matrix and calculate the rref forms by hand and with the calculator. If the calculator is defective, try to upgrade the OS. If it is still defective, well, the deck is stacked aaginst you. It may then be time to get another one or to send it for repairs.

Jan 18, 2012 •
Texas Instruments Office Equipment &...

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There is a command called nDeriv( which you find in the catalog. To open the catalog of commands press [SHIFT][0] (CATALOG), then scroll down or press N to jump to the 1st command starting with N.

Highlight the command then press ENTER. The command echoes on the main screen. Type in the function you want to differentiate, type in a comma to separate, type the name of the vatriable (X), then type in the value at which the derivative is to be evaluated. Close the right parenthesis, then press ENTER.

This is what you see with the newer OS that has MathPrint

With the newer OS with MODE set to Classic, here is what you see.

Hope it helps.

Highlight the command then press ENTER. The command echoes on the main screen. Type in the function you want to differentiate, type in a comma to separate, type the name of the vatriable (X), then type in the value at which the derivative is to be evaluated. Close the right parenthesis, then press ENTER.

This is what you see with the newer OS that has MathPrint

With the newer OS with MODE set to Classic, here is what you see.

Hope it helps.

Dec 08, 2011 •
Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

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The I/YR key on the top row, with or without the shift key.

Typing 1 2 5 0 PV 1 5 2 0 +/- FV 4 N I/YR should give you 5.01

Typing 1 2 5 0 PV 1 5 2 0 +/- FV 4 N I/YR should give you 5.01

Feb 08, 2011 •
HP 10bII Calculator

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If the problem is (60000-59100)/1700/sqrt(25) then the answer is 2.65.

On the calculator:

( 6 0 0 0 0 0 - 5 9 1 0 0 ) / 1 7 0 0 / 2 5 sqrt =

On the calculator:

( 6 0 0 0 0 0 - 5 9 1 0 0 ) / 1 7 0 0 / 2 5 sqrt =

Nov 15, 2010 •
Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

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Above the feed button is an area for controlling the decimal placement. By leaving the slider on +, you have to manually put the decimal in.

0 - Means no decimal will be placed.

1 - Put it one place to the end. Ex: 4132.5

2 - Will make it read 413.25

3 - Will be 41.325

And so on.

0 - Means no decimal will be placed.

1 - Put it one place to the end. Ex: 4132.5

2 - Will make it read 413.25

3 - Will be 41.325

And so on.

Jun 24, 2010 •
Canon P170-DH Calculator

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Hello,

I hope that this screen capture from the HP 30s manual answes your questions

Aug 19, 2009 •
HP 30s Calculator

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Hello,

Regardless of the way it looks, this huge number is just 1, written in scientific notation, with 9 decimal digits. This is due to the configuration of your calculator.

To revert to the default display mode, press [SHIFT][MODE][6:Fix] and select a number of decimal digits between 0 and 9.

If you do not like the [MathIO] (fractions, radicals) you can use the [SHIFT][MODE][2:LineIO]

Hope it helps.

Regardless of the way it looks, this huge number is just 1, written in scientific notation, with 9 decimal digits. This is due to the configuration of your calculator.

To revert to the default display mode, press [SHIFT][MODE][6:Fix] and select a number of decimal digits between 0 and 9.

If you do not like the [MathIO] (fractions, radicals) you can use the [SHIFT][MODE][2:LineIO]

Hope it helps.

Jun 03, 2009 •
Casio fx-300ES Calculator

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There is a button there that says "S<=>D". Compute it first and when the result is in fraction, press this and it will be in decimals. This button is just above the DEL button.

May 12, 2009 •
Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

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i want to create a simple calculator using (0-9. add, subtract, multiply, divition, dot, equals ) this keys can u tell me which code i use to create this type of calculator.

Apr 07, 2009 •
Office Equipment & Supplies

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