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    Altering displayed decimals on TI-30X IIS

    I just got a TI-30X IIS and it is displaying only three decimal places. I know it has much more precision than this (i.e., it uses pi with over 10 decimal places, but displays pi times two as 6.283).

    Other TIs seem to have a format button or something ... this one doesn't, near as I can tell. I may be missing the instructions; a single folded page came with the unit and seems to be more about basic math than "what button does what".
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    Hello,

    Do you have a "MODE" button ?
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    Oh, I think I figured it out. It doesn't have a "MODE" button but it does have a "FIX" button right where I'd expect mode to be! After hitting it I just scrolled over to 9 and now I got myself nine-decimal-place precision!
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    Yes, mode would have given you something similar :-)
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