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Question about Parts Cash Register PC Desktop

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...15 then press the percent key. if it takes 15 percent off (discount), then you will need to change the sign of the percent key to a surcharge. Let me know if you need more help (model number

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Question about ML-300 Typewriter

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...key. To insert the percent symbol you would use right or left [SHIFT] + number 5 key , provided you are using the standard daisywheel, Download the Brother ML-300 Typewritter User's Manual to learn ...

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Question about ML-300 Typewriter

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...percent key or does not behave in the way described here, don't despair - you can still use it to calculate percentages, it's just that you will have to press a few more buttons. Step 2. Let's ...

Question about FX-9860G Graphic Calculator

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...Press Menu. Use Arrows to highlight RUN menu and press EXE Press F1 to open the list submenu. Press F6> , F6> to leaf through the menu pages. Then Press the F4 key, under the percent

Question about FX-9860G Graphic Calculator

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...work there are 4 symbols on the key. Do you want to type the percent sign like this % ? Try shift + 5 While holding the shift key, press the number 5 key (above and T keys) then release the shift

Question about el-531x scientific calculator

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...percent % key? It is the number " 1 " key. You have to depress a different key first. I think that it is the " 2ndF " key. The % is just above the number " 1 " key. All or most of the keys perform a ...

...percent again and again. turn the ignition switch to on do not start engine,withing 10 seconds depress the accelerator 3 times and turn key off,this resets the light to 100%,sometimes you have to do ...

Question about 2004 TrailBlazer

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...have a percentage key. I think of percent as per cent, or per 100. You can always multiply by 100 to get the percentage. For example, 0.23 as a percent would be 0.23 x 100 or 23%. Good luck. ...

...percent key after the number. To calculate Interest, where Interest = Principal x Interest x Time. For example, if the principal is $1,000, the interest rate is 8%, and time/term is 4 years, we would ...

Question about 2004 TrailBlazer

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percent as per 100, since there are 100 cents in a dollar. So for percents, you have to move the decimal two places to the right or multiply your answer by 100. Some calculators have a % key that does

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