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    Eliminating the M2 in TI-30XA

    I see an M2 indicator in the upper left corner of the screen, yet I cannot find a way to turn it off. I'd appreciate any ideas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aerillious View Post
    I see an M2 indicator in the upper left corner of the screen, yet I cannot find a way to turn it off. I'd appreciate any ideas.
    Step 1 take a heavy thing object.
    Step 2 take a sharping stone and make the end really sharp like a needle.
    Step 3 take out you calculator.
    Step 4 move your hand away from the screen.
    Step 5 violantely stap the sharp object into the M2 corner.

    This will elimanate the display of this object in the left-corner.




    (I will delete this totally useless post after you read it).
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    Ha ha! Thanks for the laugh! I've considered doing that a few times!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aerillious View Post
    I see an M2 indicator in the upper left corner of the screen, yet I cannot find a way to turn it off. I'd appreciate any ideas.
    Clear then store to m2 if you can

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    hit "0" then "STO" then "2"
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    Quote Originally Posted by queenbee View Post
    hit "0" then "STO" then "2"
    I think the original poster will have either discovered how to do this or bought a different calculator by now.

    (as a general rule: don't respond to posts over a year old)

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