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Two-line Display - HP 10s+ User Manual

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may cause the casing to fade, distort the casing, or
damage the internal circuitry.
• Avoid storing or using the calculator in damp
conditions or when there is high humidity or
excessive dust. Doing so will damage the internal
circuitry.
• Do not drop the calculator or allow it to be
subjected to extreme force.
• Do not twist, bend or otherwise distort the
calculator.
• Note: Carrying the calculator in a pocket could
cause it to twist or bend.
• Do not use a pen or other pointed object to press
the calculator's keys.
• Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the calculator.
Opening the calculator casing voids the warranty.
If the calculator is very dirty, a neutral household
cleanser diluted in water can be used to clean it.
Dip a cloth in the solution and wring it out before
applying it to the calculator. Do not use benzine, a
diluting agent or any other volatile solvent to clean
the calculator. Doing so may damage the casing
and the keys.

Two-Line Display

The calculator shows both the expression being
calculated and the result of the calculation. These
appear in a two-line display.
• The expression being calculated is shown on the
upper line.
• The result is shown on the lower line.
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