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User Manual Citizen Sr 260

User Manual Citizen Sr 260

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Contents
General guide..................................................E - 2
Power supply.........................................................................E - 2The keyboard.........................................................................E - 2Display symbols....................................................................E - 3Display formats.....................................................................E - 3Order of operations................................................................E - 4Correction..............................................................................E - 5Accuracy and Capacity..........................................................E - 5Overflow / Error conditions....................................................E - 7
Basic calculation.............................................E - 8
Mixed arithmetic calculation.................................................E - 8Parentheses calculations......................................................E - 8Constant calculation..............................................................E - 8Percentage calculation..........................................................E - 9Memory calculation...............................................................E - 9
Scientific calculation.....................................E - 10
Reciprocal, Factorial...........................................................E - 10Square, Square / Cubic Root, Power, Root........................E - 10Logarithms and Antilogarithms...........................................E - 10Fraction calculation.............................................................E - 10Angular units conversion.....................................................E - 11Trigonometric / Inverse trigonometric functions.................E - 11Hyperbolic / Inverse hyperbolic functions...........................E - 12Rectangular / Polar coordinates..........................................E - 12Permutations, Combinations..............................................E - 12Sexagesimal
Decimal form conversion.........................E - 13Base-n mode calculation....................................................E - 13Complex numbers calculation............................................E - 14Random numbers and Exchange key.................................E - 14Unit conversion....................................................................E - 15
Statistics calculation.....................................E - 15
Computing single variable statistics...................................E - 15Viewing statistics data........................................................E - 16Adding a data entry.............................................................E - 17Editing statistics data..........................................................E - 17Delete error..........................................................................E - 18Weighted data entry method...............................................E - 18
 
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General guidePower supply
On or Off :
To turn the calculator on, press [ON/C]; to turn the calculator off, press[2ndF] [OFF].
Auto power-off function :
This calculator automatically turns off it when not operated forapproximately 9 minutes. Power can be restored by pressing the [ON/C]key again. Memory contents and the previous mode setting (STAT, DEG,CPLX, Base-n,…) are retained even when power is turned off or autopower-off.
Battery replacement :
The calculator uses two alkaline button batteries GP76A(LR44) forpower. If the display becomes dim and difficult to read, the batteries shouldbe replaced as soon as possible.To replace batteries:1) Remove the screws that hold the back cover.2) Remove the back cover.3) Replace the old batteries and install new ones with polarity in correctdirections.4) Secure the screws in place, then press [ON/C] to turn the power on.
The keyboard
Many of the calculator’s keys are used to perform more than one function.The functions marked on the keyboard are printed differently to help you findthe one you need quickly and easily.
1st functions
Those are the functions that are normally executed when you press the key.
2nd functions
The second function is printed above or to the right of the key. To execute2nd functions key, please press [ 2ndF ] then the corresponding key. Whenyou press [ 2ndF ], the “ 2ndF ” indicator shown in the display is to tell youthat you will be selecting the second function of the next key you press. If youpress [ 2ndF ] by mistake, simply press [ 2ndF ] again to remove the “ 2ndF” indicator.
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1st functions2nd functions
 
E-3(Note) : [ A ], [ B ], [ C ], [ D ], [ E ], [ F ] are 1
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functions in HEX mode.
Display symbols
Indicators shown on the display is to indicate you the current statusof the calculator.DEG or RAD or GRAD : angular unitM :Independent memoryCPLX :Complex number modeE :Overflow / ErrorSTAT :Statistical mode – :minus2ndF :[2ndF] key pressed( ) :Parenthesis calculationCP :Precision capabilityBIN :Binary modeCPK :Process capabilityOCT :Octal mode:DeviationHEX :Hexadecimal modeUSL :Setting upper limitED :Edit modeLSL :Setting lower limitHYP :Hyperbolic mode
Display formats
The calculator can display numbers in four formats : floating point, fixedpoint, scientific, and engineering.
Floating point display format
The floating point format displays numbers in decimal form, using upto 10 digits. Any trailing zeros are truncated.If the result of a calculation is too large to be represented in 10 digits,the display automatically switches to scientific format. If the result of latercalculations is small enough to be displayed in 10 digits, the calculatorreturns to floating point format.(Ex.) : Set the display in floating display format.Step : Press [ 2ndF ] [ TAB ] [ • ]
DEG
0.
Fixed point display format
The fixed point, scientific, and engineering formats use a fixed numberof decimal places to display numbers. If more than the selected number ofdecimal places is keyed, it will be rounded to the correct number of decimalplaces.(Ex.) : Fix the display at 2 decimal places, then key in 3.256Step 1 : press [ 2ndF ] [ TAB ] 2
DEG
0.00Step 2 : key in 3.256 [ = ]
DEG
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