Question about Canon F-502 Calculator
To put the calculator back to NORMAL mode, try [2nd][FIX] then [ . ] (decimal point).
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
From what I know of other calculators, the FIX feature displays results in floating point mode of the type 12345.6789 depending on the maxim number of digits that the calculator can display.
Howerer, when you use the FIX command, you are expected to enter the number of decimal digits you want the results to have. Appently, when you do no not specify that number, the calculator uses the default option.
I suggest you try [2nd][FIX] 3. If that does not fix the number of decimal digits then try 3 [2nd] [FIX]
Hope it helps.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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