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Before Using The Calculator - Canon X Mark I Pro User Instruction

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Norm 2: Exponential notation is automatically used for integer
values with more than 10 digits and decimal values with more
than NINE decimal places.
1000 = 1x10 -3 (Norm 1)
Example: 1
= 0.001 (Norm 2)
To select the fraction format [1] a b/c or [2] d/c
[1] a b/c: specify Mixed fraction display
[2] d/c: specify Improper fraction display
To select the complex number display format [3] CLPX ([1]
a+bi or [2] r< )
[1] a+bi: specify Rectangular Coordinates
[2] r< : specify Polor Coordinates
To select the statistical display format [4] STAT
([1] ON or [2] OFF)
[1] ON: Show FREQ (Frequency) Column in Statistical Data
Input Screen
[2] OFF: Hide FREQ (Frequency) Column in Statistical Data
Input Screen
To select the decimal point display format [5] Disp ([1] Dot
or [2] Comma)
[1] Dot: specify dot format for Decimal point result display
[2] Comma: specify comma format for Decimal point result
To Adjust Display contrast [6]
Refer to the "Display Contrast Adjustment" section.

Before Using the Calculator

Check the current Calculation Mode
Be sure to check the status indicators that indicate the current
calculation mode (COMP, STAT, TABLE), display formats setting
and angle unit setting (Deg, Rad, Gra)
Return to initial setup
Calculation mode
Input/Output Format
Angle unit
Display Digits
Fraction Display Format
Statistical Data Input
Decimal Point format
This action will not clear the variable memories.
Initialize the calculator
When you are not sure of the current calculator setting, you are
recommended to initialize the calculator (resets calculation mode
"COMP", angle unit "Degree", clears reply and variable
memories), and resets LCD contrast) by performing the following
key operations:
to return the initial calculator
: Maths
: Deg
: Norm 1
: d/c
: Dot



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