There is a faster way
Proven with EL-531TH
Error 1: Not proper input
Press any symbol that requires a number input after it (e.g. + - x ^) and press enter
Error 2: Undefinable
Ban be done by dividing anything by 0, but it is much faster to just press Log or In and then equals (requires you to reset your calculator before the run)
Press cos 25 times. May be a faster way.
Error 4: Max input reached
Rapidly press one key repeatedly until you reach the end of the row (indicated by a flashing triangle). Using a longer input such as cos does not decrease the number of presses required. It is exactly 143 characters to the end of the row. Then press enter.
Happy Speedrunning :)
Usually a graphing calculator should have all the capabilities you expect from a scientific calculator (and more, since it does the graphing). For more details, check the manual of your calculator if you already have one.
"C" = clear - pressing it sets all the calculations in the calculator back to zero.
In 1957, IBM released the first commercial all-transistor calculator named IBM 608.
it all depends on the calculator.
If you type online calculator in to Google, before all of the website suggestions, a calculator comes up
No, but you can get to a calculator on your computer (unless it's a Mac) by clicking on Start, All Programs, Accessories, then Calculator. On Windows 7, click on Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, then Calculator.
AC stands for all clear on a calculator
No, they are not. Knives may be shiny and sharp, but things such as my watch are not sharp.
All loan calculator balloons work in the same way. If the same information is entered by the user across each calculator, then the information displayed at the end by the calculator will be the same.
The largest number that you can name on your calculator will depend on the type of calculator you have. All calculators are not the same.
Sharp as a pencil It wont hurt at all
yes, it is found by going to start --> all programs --> accessories --> calculator.
By clicking the start button, then all programs, then accessories, then calculator.
The Sumlock ANITA calculator was the first all electronic calculator made in 1961 by the Bell Punch Co. in Britain.
It all depends on what calculator you use to know how to program the formula into it.