Regardless of the current display format, each number is stored internally as a signed, 12-digit
number with a signed, three-digit exponent.
Specifying Displayed Decimal Places
To specify the number of displayed decimal places:
provides the best estimate and displays as many digits as required.
the value for 10, and
Table 2-29 Example displaying the number of decimal places
When a number is too large or too small to be displayed in DISP format, it automatically
displays in scientific notation.
Displaying the Full Precision of Numbers
To set your calculator to display numbers as precisely as possible, press
(trailing zeros are not displayed.) To temporarily view all 12 digits of the number in the display
(regardless of the current display format setting), press
is displayed as long as you continue holding
Start with two decimal places
for 1 1.
for the desired decimal setting.
changes the display mode. Pressing
Displays three decimal places.
Displays nine decimal places.
Restores two decimal places.
. The decimal point is not shown.
. The number