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How to set the tax rate

Wondering if someone can help me set the tax rate to 12.5% on this calculator (ti-1795 sv) please!!!!!!!!!!!! this is driving me crazy!!!

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  • esporter Jul 17, 2008

    Same issue, tax has changed, need to change it on the calculator. This is a sweet little calculator, if only some instructions can be found...

  • whisperin763 Mar 16, 2009

    Ok, what do I do after that? Mine doesn't store the tax rate and so entering it that way is not helping me. Am I doing this the wrong way?

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    set tax rate

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Its easy just type in the tax rate that you want, then hit the rate button. Afterwards leave tax+ pressed and you should see the tax % sign appear above the number you punched in, and THATS IT!!! Easy!!!

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