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|HP 41 functions|
Message #1 Posted by Paul on 23 Jan 2006, 4:14 p.m.
Need help. I have an HP 41CV that I have been using for years for simply math functions. While using the calculator recently I unknowingly hit a key which changed the display. I am trying to find someone who might be able to tell me which key I hit and how to get the normal display back. The present display is a number on the left followed by a decimal and then two numbers on the far right. The two numbers on the right correspond to hwo many decimal places are in the number that I enter. Can someone help?
|Re: HP 41 functions|
Message #2 Posted by randy on 23 Jan 2006, 4:21 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Paul
You changed it to engineering or scientific notation. To go back to the usual fixed 4 decimal places:
and you'll be back to the default display format.
- [gold shift]
-  (see the word FIX above the 1 key?)
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