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press the reset button on the back of the calculator

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On normal calculator, press 'Off'. If your calculator doesn't have this button, the calculator will turn off automatically after some time. On scientific calculator, press 'shift' and press 'AC'. (depends on your version of the calculator)

Left alone, an Orpat calculator will power off on its own.

Hit 2nd and the k button to toggle it on or off.

You would save $4.62 on the calculator. 15.40 x 0.3=4.62

115.30 - without the aid of a calculator !

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Any calculator sold as a "scientific calculator" has the basic trigonometric functions (sin, cos, tan) and the inverse trigonometric functions (arc-sin, arc-cos, arc-tan). That's about all you need.You can also use the calculator that comes on your computer - for example, in Windows, press Windows-R, and then type "calc". You may have to change the calculator mode, to "scientific calculator". Yet another option is a spreadsheet, for example, Excel. Note that in Excel, angles are expressed in radians; if you want degrees, you also need the special functions to convert degrees to radians, or radians to degrees. However, if you want to do your homework while you are NOT at your computer, you are better off buying a calculator.

1. Turn off your calculator 2. Flip it over 3. Get a pen or sharp pencil 4. Push "reset" 5. Flip over 6. Done

You can measure angles in degrees. However, The other common measurement for angles is radians. For this measurement, consider the unit circle (a circle of radius 1) whose center is the vertex of the angle in question. Then the angle cuts off an arc of the circle, and the length of that arc is the radian measure of the angle. It is easy to convert between degree measurement and radian measurement. The circumference of the entire circle is 2 ( is about 3.14159), so it follows that 360° equals 2 radians. Hence, 1° equals /180 radians, and 1 radian equals 180/ degrees. Most calculators can be set to use angles measured with either degrees or radians. Be sure you know what mode your calculator is using.

press the clock button three times. :)

On a regular calculator, you just leave it it will off itself. On a scientific calculator, press shift AC.

On normal calculator, press 'Off'. If your calculator doesn't have this button, the calculator will turn off automatically after some time. On scientific calculator, press 'shift' and press 'AC'. (depends on your version of the calculator)

Hit the mode button, scroll down to the line that says, "MathPrint Classic." Once you have that line highlighted, hit the right arrow to highlight Classic, hit enter, and presto, no more MathPrint mode. Exit with Clear.

you press off

Left alone, an Orpat calculator will power off on its own.

by pressing the on/off button

1. press mode (SP mode ON) 2. press mode (AL mode ON) 3. press start/stop (chime on & alarm off) 4. press start/stop (chime off & alarm off) 5. press start/stop (chime off & alarm on) 6. press start/stop (chime off & alarm off) 7. press mode (basic watch mode)

by buttons.....