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# I have too many zeros after the decimal point and I need to delete them. How do I do that?

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If got to do with the mode settings. Usually MODE fix in other lower version of calculator. The combination can be MODE FIX 0 for no trailing zero's if MODE FIX ONE then if will 0.0 or one zero then shifting the settings to NORMAL mode and at DEG mode.

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I will tell you how in Casio fx-500 ES . First of all go to shift+mode than go to Fix in my case the number of fix is 6 so I pressed 6. Than press 0 instead of 9 according to the result that you should choose in between because 9 you will still getting zeros . After that press shift+mode than go to Norm and choose the number 1. That's it in an easy way.

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### Help me solve

1. Four Hundred Seventy-Eight Ten Thousandths
2. One Thousand Four Hundred Thirty Five Ten Thousandths.
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