
 Memory Status
  If "M" is displayed, the memory hold a nonzero value.
  If the display is empty, the number 0 is stored.

 [MC], Store 0 in Memory
 1st: Type the desired number onto to the calculator screen
 2nd: Press [MS] for Store in Memory

 [MR], Recall the Memory
  Press [MR] to display on the calculator screen,
but continue to store, the number stored in memory

 [MS], Store the Entry in Memory
 1st: Type the desired number onto to the calculator screen
 2nd: Press [MS] for Store in Memory

 [M+], Add the Entry to the Memory
 1st: Type the desired number onto to the calculator screen
 2nd: Press [M+] to add it to the number store in memory
 [Backspace]
  A as on a keyboard, when typing onto the screen
this will remove the last digit or decimal

 [CE], Clear
Entry
  Removes the number displayed on the calculator screen

 [C], Clear Everything But Not the Memory
  Clears all computation in progress via the calculator screen

 [+], Add two numbers
  enter [first addend] [+] [second addend] [=], to yeild the sum

 [],
Subtract
two numbers
  enter [minuend] [] [subtrahend] [=] , to yield the difference

 [*],
Multiply
  enter [first factor] [*] [second factor] [=], to yield the product

 [/],
Divide
  enter [dividend] [/] [divisor] [=], to yield the quotient
 Example #1: Twelve divided by three, 12 ÷ 3
 [12][/][3][=] 4


 [=], Equals OR State Result
  completes a
binary computation, such as addition or division
  engages the
constant
computation feature, as in an exponentiation
 [sqrt],
Square Root
  enter [number], press [sqrt], to yeild the root
 Example #1: the square root of 25,
 [25][sqrt], 5

 [%],
Percent
of
  enter [base] [*] [rate] [%], to yield the percentage
 Example #1: 80 percent of 10, 80% of 10
 [10][*][80][%], 8

 [1/x],
Reciprocal
  enter [number], press [1/x], to yeild the sum
 See examples.

 [+/],
Opposite
  enter [number] [+/], to yeild opposite
 See examples.
