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# Using The Windows Calculator

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### #1 -David-

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Posted 09 February 2006 - 12:56 PM

Using the Windows Calculator

Guide Overview

The purpose of this guide is to teach you how to open the windows calculator, and how to ultilize its functions.

Tools Needed
• No tools are needed.
Instructions

How to Open the Calculator
• Click on the "start" button in the bottom left hand corner to open the stat menu.
• Click all programs to see a list of the programs on your computer.
• Click the Accessories button.
• Click Calculator.
How to Switch to Scientific Mode
• Whilst Calculator is open, click on the view tab.
• Click on scientific.
What the Buttons Do!
• Backspace --> Removes the last digit of the displayed number.
• CE --> Clears the number displayed at that time.
• C --> Clears the entire calculation.
• MC --> Clears the numbers in the memory.
• MR --> Recalls a number from the memory.
• MS --> Stores numbers in the memory.
• M+ --> Adds the displayed number to the memory.
• Sqrt --> This calculates the square root of the number on the screen.
• 1/x --> This calculates the reciprocal of the displayed number.
Do the numbers not work on the right hand side of your keyboard? Try hitting the "num lock" key!

Edited by jgweed, 09 February 2006 - 02:39 PM.

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