Name: Assignment #3

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 Question 1 Multiple Answer (2.0000 points) Question: On an HP10b calculator, suppose that you wish to change the number of decimal places that are shown in the display from four decimal places to two using the same procedure that you used in question3. After changing the display to two decimal places, you wish to round off the number stored internally to exactly two decimals. Check the key you would push after first pushing the cream colored key. To complete the procedure, you would simple press the number 2.

 Question 2 Multiple Answer (2.0000 points) Question: On an HP10b calculator, suppose that you wish to change the number of decimal places that are shown in the display from two decimal places to four. Click on the key you would push after first pushing the cream colored key.

 Question 3 Multiple Answer (2.0000 points) Question: On an HP10b calculator, suppose that you wish to store the number of sq. ft. in an acre of land so that you could avoid having to punch in 43,560 for every calculation you need to make. After the first time you punched in 43560, Click on the key you next would push after first pushing the cream colored key. To complete storing the number, you would indicate which storage register you wished to use (0-9 or .0-.9).

 Question 4 Multiple Answer (2.0000 points) Question: On the HP10b calculator, suppose that you wish to make the sign of the number in the display negative. Click on the correct key to accomplish that task.

 Question 5 Multiple Answer (2.0000 points) Question: On the HP10b calculator, suppose that you wished to enter the number 150, but instead pressed 1500. Please press the key that will clear the last 0 that you entered and return the display to 150?