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Canon F-605G Instruction Manual

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F-605G
Scientific Calculator
INSTRUCTION
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  • Page 1 F-605G Scientific Calculator INSTRUCTION ENGLISH...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS HOW TO OPEN / CLOSE THE COVER ......P.3 DISPLAY ................P.4 GETTING STARTED............P.5 1. Check the current calculation mode ......P.5 2. Key symbols ............P.5 3. Order of operations ..........P.18 4. Calculation range ..........P.19 5. Statistical calculations ...........P.21 6. Errors..............P.25 CALCULATION EXAMPLES ........P.26 1.
  • Page 3: How To Open / Close The Cover

    IMPORTANT: READ BEFORE USE Please read the following instructions and safety precautions before using the Scientific Calculator. Keep this manual on hand for future reference. HOW TO OPEN / CLOSE THE COVER Open or close the cover by sliding as shown in the figures.
  • Page 4: Display

    DISPLAY : Shift Key : Store Memory : Recall Memory : Binary Mode : Octal Mode : Hexadecimal Mode : Hyperbolic CPLX : Complex Mode STAT : Statistics Mode σ : Standard Deviation of Population : Gradient Mode : Degree Mode : Radian Mode Note: For possible errors, see page 25 "Errors".
  • Page 5: Getting Started

    GETTING STARTED 1. Check the Current Calculation Mode Be sure to check the status indicators that indicate the current calculation mode (DEG, BIN, STAT and CPLX) and display formats setting (Floating mode). Note! If you get into trouble, hold to reset the calculator.
  • Page 6 Power ON, OFF Hold to reset the calculator. Turns the calculator off. Reset Key: Reset the calculator when these keys are pressed. The memory is cleared, and the calculation mode is reset to Decimal Calculation (Floating mode). Auto Power Off Function When the calculator is not used for about 7 minutes, the calculator will automatically power off.
  • Page 7 Numeric Entry and Mode Selection Keys Example: Example: Example: Shift Key: For performing second functions indicated above the keys. Example:...
  • Page 8: Mode Selection

    Mode Selection To specify the calculation mode: STAT CPLX Return to previous mode from Engineering Exponential mode. Example:...
  • Page 9 Example:...
  • Page 10 Degree / Radian / Gradient Mode Key Angle Unit Conversion Mode: For converting angle values to different units. (DEG GRAD) Example (in Degree mode):...
  • Page 11 Basic Calculation Keys Example: Example: Example: "0"...
  • Page 12 Fraction Calculation Keys Fraction Key: Use this key to enter both mixed and improper fractions. " " " " Example: Note! • Fraction calculation results will be displayed in decimal format automatically whenever the total digits of a fractional value (integer + numerator + denominator + separator marks) exceeds 10.
  • Page 13 Example: Mixed / Improper Fraction Conversion Key: It converts mixed fractions to improper fractions and vice versa. It changes alternatively each time the key is pressed. Example:...
  • Page 14: Memory Keys

    Memory Keys Independent Memory: The data in the independent memory is retained even when the calculator is turned off. Memory Plus and Minus Key: Add or Substract numbers to the independent memory. Memory Recall Key: Retrieve the value of the independent memory. Exchange Memory By Display Value: Replaces the displayed number with the contents of the independent memory.
  • Page 15 Example: Using the memory variable Enter value Store value to variable A Enter value Store value to variable C A= 36 Clear display C= 51 Recall the contents of variable A Recall the contents of variable C...
  • Page 16 Binary / Octal / Hexadecimal Number Keys Example: Random Number Generation Random Key: To generate a random number * The value being generated will differ each time between 0.000 and 0.999. Example:...
  • Page 17: Complex Number Calculation

    Complex Number Calculation CPLX Example: CPLX Rectangular Polar Conversion See P.36 "Basic Function Calculations".
  • Page 18: Order Of Operations

    3. Order Of Operations The calculator will automatically determine the operation priority of each individual command as follows: Example: Example:...
  • Page 19: Calculation Range

    4. Calculation Range " " Decimal Numbers Binary Numbers...
  • Page 20 Octal Number Hexadecimal Numbers In computer calculations the complement is used to express negative values without using + and – signs. Subtraction is performed by adding the complement.
  • Page 21: Statistical Calculations

    5. Statistical Calculations Basic procedure STAT " " Enter the first data and press STAT Example: STAT Statistic mode Enter 10 Data 1 entry Enter 20 Data 2 entry Enter 30 Data 3 entry Enter 40 Data 4 entry Enter 50 Data 5 entry Mean of x Total number of data...
  • Page 22 Add / Delete Statistical Data Example: Add LCD current display STAT Statistic mode Enter 10 Data 1 entry Enter 20 Data 2 entry Data 3 entry Example: Delete LCD display STAT Statistic mode Enter 10 Data 1 entry Enter 20 Data 2 entry Enter 30 Data 3 entry...
  • Page 23 Output of Statistical Calculation Results...
  • Page 24: Statistical Calculation Examples

    Statistical Calculation Examples You bought 20 pieces of pizza. However, the diameter of each pizza is varied as shown in the following table. Please calculate the statistic based on this information. STAT 0.0000 2.0000 6.0000 11.0000 17.0000 20.0000 20.0000 30.2000 604.0000 18270.0000 1.2397...
  • Page 25: Errors

    6. Errors 1 x 10 1 x 10 1 x 10 (1) If S is calculated with only one data input and S when n = 0 (2) To find (3) When any input is outside the allowable calculation range: 1 x 10 x: calculation result (4) When any input is outside the allowable calculation...
  • Page 26: Calculation Examples

    CALCULATION EXAMPLES 1. Decimal Calculations (Degree Mode) Initial mode setting: Addition and Subtraction Multiplication and Division Mixed Calculations...
  • Page 27 Exponential Calculations Fractional Calculations Constant Calculations Parentheses Calculations...
  • Page 28 Percentage Calculations Constant Percentage Calculations Add-On (Mark Up) Calculation Discount Calculation...
  • Page 29 Independent Memory Calculation Memory Variable Calculation 9 x 6 + 3 = 57 5 x 8 = 40 2280. 2,280...
  • Page 30: Binary / Octal / Hexadecimal Calculations

    2. Binary / Octal / Hexadecimal Calculations Binary Calculations • Addition and Subtraction (BIN): • Multiplication and Division (BIN) Octal Calculations • Addition and Subtraction (OCT):...
  • Page 31 • Multiplication and Division (OCT) • Mixed Calculations (OCT) Hexadecimal Calculations • Addition and Subtraction (HEX): • Multiplication and Division (HEX) • Mixed Calculations (HEX)
  • Page 32: Basic Function Calculations

    3. Basic Function Calculations Pi Function: Trigonometric Functions: Inverse Trigonometric Functions: Logarithmic Functions:...
  • Page 33 Logarithmic Mean: Exponential Functions: Square Calculations: Cubic Calculations: Power Calculations: 2.11 41.82272021 41.82272021 Constant Power Calculations:...
  • Page 34 Extraction of Square Root: Multiple Root: Constant Multiple Root Calculations: Geometric Mean: Extraction of Cubic Root:...
  • Page 35 Reciprocal Calculations: Trigonometric Calculations: Factorial Calculations: Hyperbolic Functions: Degree Radian Conversion: Radian Gradient Conversion:...
  • Page 36 Gradient Degree Conversion: Permutations (of n things taken r at a time): Combinations (of n things taken r at a time): Rectangular Polar Conversion: Polar Rectangular:...
  • Page 37: Applied Calculations

    Degrees-Minutes-Seconds (DMS) Decimal Degrees: Decimal Degrees Degrees-Minutes-Seconds: 4. Applied Calculations Electricity - Integrating Circuit Problem Obtain the voltage Vc across the capacitor at t=56ms after the switch is turned on.
  • Page 38 Algebra The Root of a Quadratic Equation (only for problems having a real root) Calculation of time Example 1: The air flight departs at 2 o'clock 9 minutes and 56 seconds (2 09'56"), and arrives at 4 o'clock 18 minutes and 23 seconds (4 18'23").
  • Page 39 4.5x10 5x10 4.5x10 5x10 1x10 When x=0, sinh and tanh, being in some condition, will have more possibility of error, and influence accurancy. 5x10 5x10 1x10 1x10 –1x10 99.99999999 –1x10 230.2585092 1x10 1x10 1x10 1x10 2.154434689x10...
  • Page 40 1x10 1x10 –1x10 y • In x 230.2585092 –1x10 1/y • In x 230.2585092 x , y 1x10 1x10 –1 y/x same as tan r 1x10 θ : same as sinx, cosx 999999.9999 > When input 999999.9999 the result can not converted to DMS by 999999”59’...
  • Page 41 1x10 1x10 1x10 1x10 1x10 1x10 1x10 1x10 1x10 DATA 1x10 INPUT 1x10 1x10 1x10 * In the case of consecutive calculations, errors are cumulative. This is also true when internal consecutive calculations are performed; for example, (x ) , x , x!, nPr, nCr, etc.
  • Page 42: Battery Replacement

    BATTERY REPLACEMENT When the display characters are dim, turn it off, and replace the alkaline battery immediately. Please replace the alkaline battery using the following procedure: 1. Press to power off the calculator. 2. Remove the screw that secrues the battery cover in place.
  • Page 43: Advice And Precautions

    If you believe that the calculator is not functioning properly, either bring or mail the device together with proof of purchase to a Canon Business office service representative. • Never dispose the calculator improperly such as burning; it can create risks of personal injury or harm. You are suggested to dispose this product according to your national law.
  • Page 44: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS Power Supply : Alkaline battery (LR54 x 1) Power Consumption : DC1.5V / 0.038mW Battery Life : Approximately 2.5 years (Based on 1 hour operation per day) Auto power off : Approx. 7 minutes Usable Temperature : 0 ~ 40 Dimension: 122 (L) x 73 (W) x 12 (H)mm with cover Weight : 70 g with cover * Specifications are subject to change without notice...