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    casio fx100au memory

    I'm new to scientific calculators

    How do I store a number in the memory?

    How do I recall this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rookie37 View Post
    I'm new to scientific calculators

    How do I store a number in the memory?

    How do I recall this?
    RTFM

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    I don't understand the manual
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    Quote Originally Posted by rookie37 View Post
    I don't understand the manual
    Locate the STO, RCL, M+, M- and M keys (or combinations)

    STO M - stores the display register (or the answer register) to memory (variable) M

    RCL M - copies the contents of M to the display register.

    M+ adds the content of the answer (or display) register to M

    M- as above but subtracts from rather than adds to.

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