Texas Instruments BA-35 Quick Reference Guide

Texas Instruments BA-35 Manual

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  • Texas Instruments BA-35 | Quick Reference Guide - Page 1
    BA-35 Solar Quick Reference Guide Table of Contents General Information ...The Display ...Arithmetic Operations ...Correcting Errors ...Display Formats ...Memory Operations ...Math ... Information...2 4 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 16 18 23 24 27 30 35 37 38 © 1996 by Texas Instruments Incorporated 1
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    ... the display, all pending operations, and values in memory or the mode registers. The calculator turns off automatically when the solar cell panel is no longer exposed to light. Modes The calculator can operate in three different modes. Setting the ...
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    ... function. If you accidentally press 0, press it again to cancel its effect. Clearing the Calculator u (All Clear/On)-Clears the calculator completely,..., and the memory and mode registers. Pressing u also sets the calculator to floating-decimal format and financial mode. - (Clear Entry/Clear)-Clears ...
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    ... Indicators Indicator 2nd Meaning The calculator will access the second function of the next key pressed (appears when you press 0). The calculator is in the financial mode. The calculator is in the statistics mode. Note: No indicator displays when the calculator ...
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    ... the summed principal over a range of payments. (Displayed only in the financial mode.) The value in the display is the principal for a single payment. (... summed interest over a range of payments. (Displayed only in the financial mode.) The value in the display is the interest for a single payment. (...
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    ... enter the number as a positive value and then press @. Arithmetic Keys p, o, n, m-Perform the arithmetic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. l (Equals)-Completes all pending operations and displays the result of a calculation. 6
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    ... the correct number. To clear all pending operations and begin the calculation again, press - twice. w (x Exchange y)-Exchanges the values of x ... y in the incorrect order, press w to reverse them. Then complete the calculation. v (Backspace)-Removes the last digit or decimal point from the displayed ...
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    Display Formats Floating-Decimal Format The calculator normally displays numbers in "standard" floating-... to 9,999,999,999. If the result of a calculation is too large or too small to be displayed ...). For example, 5.9 12 means 5.9 x 10 12. The calculator is always in floating-decimal format when you ...
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    ... The memory can store any numeric value within the range of the calculator. You can use the calculator's memory to store, sum, and recall a numeric value. You can use the memory ... r (Store)-Stores the displayed numeric value in the memory, replacing any value previously stored there. When ...
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    Math Operations 0 \ (Reciprocal)-Calculates the reciprocal of the displayed number, which is the same as one divided by the number. 0 ] ...H (Universal Power)-Raises any positive number to any power within the range of the calculator or calculates any root of any positive number within the range of the...
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    ... the root (x). 4. Press 0 \. 5. Press l or any key that completes the operation. 0 G (Natural Logarithm)-Calculates the natural logarithm (base ...; otherwise, an error condition occurs. 0 ^ (Natural Antilogarithm)- Calculates the natural antilogarithm of the displayed number. This is equivalent to the...
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    Percentage Calculations E (Percent)-Calculate percentages, add-ons, discounts, and percentage ratios. Operation Percentage Key Sequence nnEl Function Calculates n% of the principal amount. Calculates n% of the principal amount and adds the ...
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    ...Calculations 0 4 (Percent Change)-Calculates the percentage change between two values. To calculate the percentage change: 1. Enter the new value. 2. Press 0 4. 3. Enter the old value. 4. Press l. The percentage change is calculated by the formula: New value - Old value x 100 Old value If ...
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    ..., selling price, gross profit margin, or markup, use 2 to set the calculator to the profit-margin mode (no display indicator). R (...price is less than the cost. 1 (Computation Key)-Computes the unknown value for gross profit margin problems and markup problems. Recalling Values To recall a value that ...
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    ... indicator). 2. Enter the two known values (CST, SEL, or MAR). 3. Press 1 and the key for the unknown value. Performing Markup Calculations To calculate cost, selling price, or markup: 1. Press 0 b to clear the registers and use 2 to enter the profit...
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    ...Calculations To calculate compound interest, use 2 to set the calculator to the to the financial mode (FIN appears in the display). In compound interest calculations ... than zero, the calculator treats the problem as an annuity (a series of regular, equal payments). Compound Interest Keys In compound ...
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    ...perform a compound interest calculation, you must know any three of the four values (N, %i, PV, or FV). Follow these steps to... (N, %i, PV, or FV). 3. Press 1 and the key for the unknown value. For compound interest calculations, the payment (PMT) must be zero. This value is set automatically when you...
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    ... For annuity calculations, use 2 to set the calculator to financial mode (FIN appears in the display). An annuity is a series of equal payments made at ...-of-period payments. 0 a (Beginning-of-Period)-Sets the calculator to compute for annuity-due problems (beginning-of-period payments). Pressing 0 a ...
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    Annuity Keys In annuity calculations, the following keys are used to enter or calculate the values listed below. C-Total number of payment periods. I-Percent interest per payment period. K-Present value of a series of payments plus the present ...
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    Annuity Calculations (Continued) Recalling Values To recall a value that you have entered or computed..., press s K. Positive or Negative Payments In annuity problems, the present value and future value..., the payment amount is positive. This is the case in mortgage, loan, bond, and lease problems. These...
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    ... and use 2 to enter the financial mode (FIN appears in the display). 2. Ensure that the calculator is set correctly for the type of annuity calculation desired. § § For ordinary annuities, Begin should not be...rate requires more time than other calculations. If you use unrealistic values,...
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    Annuity Calculations (Continued) Special Functions for Monthly Compounding or Payment Periods 0 h (Monthly Interest)-Divides the number in... or payment periods (N). To use the 0 i key sequence: 1. Enter the number of years for a compound interest or annuity problem with monthly compounding or payment ...
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    ... To convert to EFF or APR, use 2 to set the calculator to the financial mode (FIN appears in the display... per year (c/yr) for the APR. 4. Press l to calculate the EFF. 0 O (EFF to APR)-Converts annual ... the number of compounding periods per year (c/yr) for the APR. 4. Press l to calculate the APR. 23...
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    ... Principal To calculate balance, interest and principal, use 2 to set the calculator to the financial mode (FIN appears in the display.) W (Balance)-... the interest and principal portions of a single payment; when used with the X key, it calculates the accumulated interest and principal over a range ...
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    ... of a single payment: 1. If necessary, press 0 a to change the calculator to solve for end-of-period payments or beginning-of-period payments. 2. Enter the appropriate values with the C, I, K, L, and M keys. 3. Enter the payment number. 4. Press V to calculate the interest. (The int indicator is ...
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    ... over a range of payments: 1. If necessary, press 0 a to change the calculator to solve for end-of-period payments or beginning-of-period payments....(P1) and press X. 4. Enter the second payment number. 5. Press V to calculate the interest. (The Gint indicator is displayed with the result.) 6. Press w...
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    Statistics To enter a statistics problem, use 2 to set the calculator to the statistics mode (STAT appears in the display). 0 b (Clear Mode Registers)-Clears any previously entered data points. g (Statistics Data Entry)-Enters the displayed number as a data ...
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    ... the mean of the x values. Standard Deviation The 0 y and 0 x key sequences calculate the standard deviation of the data values in the ... w to display the standard deviation of the x values. 0 y ("Population" Deviation)- Calculates the "n weighted" (or "population") standard deviation. 0 x ("Sample" ...
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    ... of the representative line. To display the y-intercept (b), press 0 {; to display the slope (a), press w after you display the y-intercept. 0 d (Correlation)-Calculates the correlation between the x and y values in a set of data points. 0 T, 0 Q (Predicted Value)-After you enter an x value, you can...
  • Texas Instruments BA-35 | Quick Reference Guide - Page 30
    ... amount § annual interest rate § number of years in mortgage Procedure Clear calculator and mode registers; select two ...Press 0 a until Begin is not displayed.* Enter mortgage amount. Calculate interest rate. Enter interest rate. Calculate number of payment periods. Enter number of payment periods....
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    ... is displayed. Press 0 a until Begin is not displayed.* Enter mortgage amount. Calculate interest rate. Enter interest rate. Calculate number of payment ... of payment periods. Enter payment amount. Enter payment number and calculate balance.* * Key Sequence -0b 0c2 2 0a mortgage K rate 0 h I years 0 i...
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    ... You Supply: § annual interest rate § number of years in mortgage § buyer's gross monthly income § percent limit (of... § percent down (of selling price) Procedure Clear calculator and mode registers; select two decimal places. Press 2 until FIN is displayed. Key Sequence -0b 0c2 2 (continued) 32
  • Texas Instruments BA-35 | Quick Reference Guide - Page 33
    ...a until Begin is not displayed.* Enter monthly interest rate. Calculate and enter number of monthly payments. Calculate and store ... (without taxes or insurance). Compute maximum allowable loan amount. Calculate house price (including down payment). Calculate down payment. Key Sequence 0a rate 0 h I ...
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    ... points (percentage points) § commission (percentage points) Procedure Clear calculator and mode registers; select two decimal places. Press...mode indicator is displayed. Add original price and profit to calculate cost before points are added on, and enter. Enter points as a margin. Key Sequence -0b ...
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    ... an old value equal to zero. Calculate 0 k, 0 G, or 0 H of a negative number. Use 0 H to raise zero to the power of zero. Press a key or key ... In the financial mode, errors occur when you: § Calculate a financial unknown before you have entered enough known variables or when no solution exists. 35
  • Texas Instruments BA-35 | Quick Reference Guide - Page 36
    ... less than two data points in the statistical registers. Calculate 0 x with only one data point. Perform a ... are no data points. Perform a linear regression calculation with less than two data points. Perform a linear regression calculation on a vertical line. Enter a series of data values such that ...
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    ... The display goes blank during a long calculation. Wait for it to finish. Be sure the solar power cells are exposed to an adequate light source. Be sure the calculator is set for the ... or fixed decimal. Check the error conditions listed on pages 35-36. A function does not seem to work. ...
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    ... more information about TI products and services, contact TI by e-mail or visit the TI calculator home page on the world-wide ... terms of the warranty or about product service, refer to the warranty statement enclosed with this product or contact your local Texas Instruments retailer/distributor. 38



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