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Memory Calculations; Fraction Calculations - Canon X Mark I Pro User Instruction

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Memory Calculations

Memory Variables
• There are 19 memory variables (0 – 9, A – F, M, X and Y),
which store data, results, or dedicated values.
• Store values into memory by pressing
variable.
• Recall memory values by pressing
• Memory content can be cleared by pressing
+ Memory variable.
Example: 23 + 7
A (30 store into A), calculate 2 sinA
and clear memory A ......
Independent Memory
• Independent memory
variable M. It is convenient for calculating cumulative totals by
pressing
(add to memory) or
memory).
• Memory contents are retained even when the calculator is
powered off.
• Clear independent memory (M) by pressing
• Clear all memory values by pressing
.
+ Memory
+ Memory variable.
EX #9
uses the same memory area as
(subtract from
2(MCL)
Answer Memory
• The input values or the most recent calculation result will be
automatically stored into Answer memory whenever you press
,
,
memory can hold up to 18 digits.
• Recall and use the latest stored Answer memory by pressing
.
• Answer memory is not updated when an error operation has
been performed.
• Answer memory contents can be maintained even after
pressing
, changing the calculation mode, or turning off the
calculator. ......
EX #10

Fraction Calculations

The calculator supports Fraction calculation and the conversions
between Fraction, Decimal point, Mixed fraction and Improper
fraction.
• Specify the fraction calculation result display format by selecting
either mixed fraction (
(
) in set-up menu.
• At the default setting, fractions are displayed as improper fractions
(
).
• Mixed Fraction display results are only available after selecting
(
) in the setup menu.
Improper Fraction
Maths Mode
Line Mode
9
,
,
. Answer
) or improper fraction
Mixed Fraction
(d/c)
(a b/c)
11
2
3
3
3
11_|3
3_|2_|3

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