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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Pls explain these signs which are there in a calculator : CE,C,MR,MS,M+,M-

OpenStudy (osanseviero):

Click MC to clear the memory Click M+ to add the value to memory. Click MR to recall what is in memory. Then click = Example \[\left( 1+ 2 \right) \times \left( 8-3 \right)\] STEPS: 1. AC to clear all 2. Add 1 + 2 and = 3. Click MC to clear the memory, then click M+ to add the value to memory. 4. Click AC to clear previous addition. 5. Then enter 8 - 3 and =. 6. Click * to multiply by another number. 7. Click MR to recall what is in memory. Then click =. And that is the way. (there are calculators with more than one memory. CE and C: Some calculators use this to clear all while others use this to delete entry. (depends on calculator)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Thanks Osan

OpenStudy (anonymous):

|dw:1315216332053:dw|Can u tell me what are these signs : 1/x and

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