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  • Page 1 F-710 Scientific Calculator INSTRUCTION...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Key Assignment Two-Line Display Precautions Before Calculation Power ON, OFF Keys Numeric Entry Keys Functions Keys Memory Keys Cursor/Edit Keys Decimal Point Selection Keys Notation Keys Display Contrast Adjustment Angle Unit Conversion Keys Basic Instruction Keys Fractional Calculation Keys Last Answer Key Calculation Priority Calculation Range...
  • Page 3: Key Assignment

    Thank you for purchasing Canon's scientific statistical calculator, which features a 2-line display capable of displaying both formulas and result at the same time. The main features include Base calculations, statistical calculations, linear regression calculations, probability calculations, 10 built-in scientific constants, and more..
  • Page 4: Two-Line Display

    Two-Line Display Formula (12 characters) Extension mark (Shows the presence of hidden formula) Mantissa minus sign Exponent Mantissa Status indicators <Status indicators> M1, M2, M3 : Memory Storage : 2nd Function : Hyperbolic : Scientific Exponential Mode : Engineering Exponential Mode : Fixing Mode FMLA : Built-in Formular...
  • Page 5: Numeric Entry Keys

    Numeric Entry Keys (Numeric): Enter numbers. (Decimal Point): Enters a decimal point. (Exponential): Used to enter exponents. Example: 35x10 (3.5x (Negative): Used to obtain negative value. Example: 12x(–3) = (–36.) (Back Space): Clears the last digit entered from the upper (formula) line.
  • Page 6: Cursor/Edit Keys

    Cursor/Edit Keys The cursor keys are used to move the cursor in the upper (formula entry) line. When the entry is long, an extension mark appears to let you know that the hidden formula is present. With (deletion) and (insertion), you can correct the formula during entry or after calculation.
  • Page 7: Notation Keys

    Example: Operation Display Explanation 3 decimal places 123456.789 (*1) 123456 0 decimal places (*2) 123456.7890 5 decimal places 123456.789 Reset decimal places *1 The displayed value is round off within the specified range, but the actual calculation result is retained in the register. *2 The number is displayed with left justification.
  • Page 8: Basic Instruction Keys

    Example: Convert 180 degrees into radian and gradient. Operation Display(Upper) Display(Lower) "180 RAD" 3.141592654 "Ans GRAD" 200. GRAD Basic Instruction Keys : Used for basic arithmetic calculation. Press keys as they are written. Can be omitted in the following cases: •...
  • Page 9 (Fraction): Use it to enter fractions for both mixed and improper fractions. When entering improper fractions (A/B): A (numerator) B (denominator) When entering mixed fractions (A B/C): A (integer) B (numerator) C (denominator) Fractions 2/3 is displayed as "2 3", and 1 2/5 as "1 5".
  • Page 10: Last Answer Key

    Last Answer Key The result of the most recent calculation is stored into the answer memory. You can recall and use this result by pressing Example: Calculate 123 + 456 and subtract the result from 789. Operation Display(Upper) Display(Lower) Example using continuous caloulation: Operation Display(Upper) Display(Lower)
  • Page 11: Calculation Range

    Calculation Range The allowable result display in the lower line is 10 digits for a mantissa and 2 digits for an exponent. However, calculations are internally performed with a range of 12 digits for a mantissa and 2 digits for an exponent.
  • Page 12: Statistical Calculations

    Statistical Calculations 1) Enter the first data and press to enter the statistic mode. "STAT" indicator lights up. 2) After finishing data entries, press a statistical calculation key (e.g. ) and then 3) Press displays the following menu to clear data values and exit statistic mode.
  • Page 13: Statistic Calculation Examples

    Statistical Calculation Examples You bought 20 large sized pizza for the party. The size is supposed to be 30 cm diameter. Their sizes were, however, varied as shown below. Diameter Midpoint Frequency 27.6 ~ 28.5 28.6 ~ 29.5 29.6 ~ 30.5 30.6 ~ 31.5 31.6 ~ 32.5 (20 in total)
  • Page 14: Built-In Formula

    Built-in Formula: 1. Triangular area: 2. Circular area: 3. Fan-shaped area: 4. Parallelogramic area: 5. Elliptical area: 6. Trapeziform area: 7. Spherical surface area: 8. Cylindrical surface area: 9. Spherical volume: 10. Cylindrical volume: 11. Conical volume: 12. Sum of arithmetic progression: 13.
  • Page 15: Calculation Examples

    Operation Display Explanation “ ” Choose a built-in Formula. FMLA User can use to choose FMLA Formula. Confirm to use the Formula “ ” r=5, h=8 209.4395102 V=209.4395102 General Calculation Examples Addition and Subtraction Multiplication and Division Mixed Calculations Exponential Calculations Parentheses Calculations Percentage Calculations - 14 -...
  • Page 16: Fractional Calculation Examples

    Constants Calculation "k= 8" 12 x 8 = 96 "12 8" (96.) 2.4 x 8 = 19.2 "2.4 8" (19.2) 7 x 8 = 56 "7 8" (56.) (Clear the constants) Fractional Calculation Examples Basic Function Calculation Examples Pi Function Logarithmic Functions Exponential Functions Square Calculations...
  • Page 17 Extraction of Square Root Multiple Root Geometric Mean Extraction of Cubic Root Reciprocal Calculations Factorial Calculations Hyperbolic Functions - 16 -...
  • Page 18: Angle Unit Mode Calculation Examples

    Permutations (of n things taken r at a time) Combinations (of n things taken r at a time) DD DMS DMS DD Decimal Degrees Degrees-Minutes-Seconds Note: i) Enter DMS (Degress / Minutes / Seconds values as D.MMSSs using Øs as necessary. For example, enter 377'42"...
  • Page 19 Trigonometric Calculations "DEG" Inverse Trigonometric Functions Degree Radian Conversion "DEG" Radian Gradient Conversion "RAD" Gradient Degree Conversion "GRAD" Rectangular Polar Conversion "DEG" - 18 -...
  • Page 20: Applied Calculation Examples

    Polar Rectangular "DEG" * In polar conversion in the third and fouth quadrant are as shown in the diagram below. Applied Calculation Examples Electricity - Integrating Circuit Problem Obtain the voltage Vc across the capacitor at t=56 msec after the switch is turned on.
  • Page 21: Input Range Of Functions

    Algebra The Root of a Quadratic Equation (Only for problems having a real root) Input Range of Functions Function Input range DEG: x < 1x10 RAD: x < 1x10 sin x GRAD: x < 10/9 x 10 cos x However, for tan x : tan x DEG: x 90(2n-1)
  • Page 22 Function Input range y > 0 : -1 x10 < x log y < 100 y = 0 : 0 < x < 1 x 10 y < 0 : -1 x10 < x log y < 100 (x is an integer or 1/x is odd number) y >0 : -1 x10 <...
  • Page 23: Battery

    Instead, use only a soft, dry cloth. • Do not under any circumstances dismantle this device. If you believe that the calculator is not functioning properly, either bring or mail the device together with the guarantee to the service representative of a Canon business office. Specifications Exponential Type ..Mantissa, 10 digits + exponent, 2 digits + sign, 2 digits...