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ENG (English) F E P (Franais) (Espaol) (Portugus) Owners Manual Manuel dUtilisation Manual del usario Manual de Utilizao
A5032COV.DOC New 11-language guidebook Texas Instruments Inc Revised: 06/22/00 4:14 PM Printed: 06/22/00 4:18 PM Page 1 of 1
Installing the Adapter
1. Set POWER=OFF. 2. Connect the adapter cord to the socket on the back of the calculator. 3. Plug the adapter into an electrical outlet. 4. Set POWER=ON, PRT, or IC. Warning: Using any AC adapter other than the appropriate TI adapter may damage the calculator and void the warranty.
Installing the Paper Roll
To avoid paper jams, use quality bond paper. A 2-inch roll of quality bond paper is included with your calculator. 1. Set POWER=ON. 2. Cut the end of the paper squarely. 3. Holding the paper so it unrolls from the bottom, insert the end of the paper firmly into the slot on the back of the calculator.
Replacing the Ink Roller
The printer uses a 2-color ink roller (IR-40T). Negative entries and results are printed in red. All other numbers are printed in black. If the printing becomes faint, you may need to replace the ink roller. 1. Set POWER=OFF. 2. Remove the clear plastic printer-compartment cover. (Press down and push back to slide the cover off.) 3. Remove the old ink roller by lifting the tab (labelled PULL UP) on the left side of the roller.
Installing or Replacing Batteries
1. Set POWER=OFF. 2. If the AC adapter is connected, unplug it. 3. Turn the calculator over and remove the battery compartment cover. 4. Remove the old batteries, if necessary. 5. Position new batteries as shown in the diagram inside the battery compartment. Pay close attention to the polarity (+ and symbols). 6. Replace the battery compartment cover. 7. Set POWER=ON, PRT, or IC. Texas Instruments recommends you use alkaline batteries for longer battery life. 4. While feeding the paper into the slot, press & until the paper is in position. 5. Lift the metal paper holder so it extends behind the printer compartment. 6. Place the paper roll on the paper holder. 7. To print, set POWER=PRT or IC. Note: To prevent damage to the printer (which may void the warranty), set POWER=ON rather than PRT or IC when operating the calculator without paper. 4. Position the new ink roller and gently press down until it snaps into place on both sides. 5. Replace the cover. 6. Set POWER=PRT or IC. Warning: Never refill or moisten the ink roller. This may damage the printing mechanism and void the warranty.
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Addition and Subtraction (Add Mode)
12.41 3.95 + 5.40 = 13.86
POWER=IC, ROUND=5/4, DECIMAL=+, TAX=CALC
Calculating Separate Totals
You want to tally yesterdays sales (450, 75, 145, and 47) and still be able to calculate customer purchases. You are interrupted by a customer who purchases items for 85 and 57.
Part 1: Begin Sales Tally Using Memory
Multiplication with Memory Keys
You have 100.00. Can you purchase 3 items at 10.50, 7 items at 7.25, and 5 items at 4.95?
Using the memory keys does not disturb any current calculation and also saves keystrokes.
POWER=PRT, ROUND=5/4, DECIMAL=2, TAX=CALC
9 395. X Y
12.41 8.46 8.46 13.86 13.86
12.41 3.95 002. 8.46 5.40 003. 13.86
0 10.5 ? 3 N M 31.50 7.25 ? 7 N M 4.95 ? 5 N ; M M 24.75 107.00 50.75
N 75 N
0. 450.00 75.00
0. C 450.00 M+ 75.00 M+
0 prints the memory total and clears the memory. 2 clears any current total. Part 2: Produce Sales Receipt M 85.9 M 142.00 M 142.00 Y 85.00 + 57.00 + 142.00
Multiplication and Division
11.32 (-6) 2 = -33.96
POWER=PRT, ROUND=5/4, DECIMAL=F, TAX=CALC
10.5 x 3. = 31.50 M+ 7.25 x 7. = 50.75 M+ 4.95 x 5. = 24.75 M+ 107.00 M
2 11.32 ? 6!' 23
11.32 -67.92 -33.96
11.32 x -6. 2. = -33.96
You cannot purchase all the items. Eliminate the last group of items.
4.95 ? 5 F M 0 24.75 82.25 4.95 x 5. = 24.75 M82.25 M
The customers purchase is 142.
Part 3: Complete Sales Tally 145 N M 145.N M 47.00 717.145.00 M+ 47.00 M+ 717.00 M
2 2.5 ? 3
0 prints the memory total and clears the memory. ; calculates and prints the memory total without clearing the memory.
1/25 = 0.04
Yesterdays sales were 717.
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Gross Profit Margin
Gross Profit Margin (GPM) Calculations
1. Enter the cost. 2. Press #. 3. Enter the profit or loss margin. (Enter a loss margin as a negative.) 4. Press 3.
49 x 15%
Multiplying by a Constant
In a multiplication problem, the first value you enter is used as the constant multiplier.
? 15 >
49. x 15 % 7.35
= 4 = 20
? 15 > 9
1,450 + 15%
1,450 217.5 1,667.5 1450. x 15. % 217.5 1667.5 +%
Calculating Price Based on GPM
You paid 65.00 for an item. You want to earn a 40% profit. Calculate the selling price.
25? 33 43
5. 15. 20.
5. 3. 15. 4. 20.
x = =
# 40 3
65. GM 40. % 43.33333333 T 108.33
2 69.95 ? 10 >.
69.95 - 10%
69.95 6.995 62.955 69.95 x 10. % 6.995 62.995 -%
Note: You can find different percentages of a constant value by pressing > instead of 3.
Dividing by a Constant
In a division problem, the second value you enter is used as the constant divisor.
The profit (rounded) is 43.33. The selling price is 108.33.
= 3 = 30
Calculating a Price Based on a Loss
An item costs 35,000. You must sell it, but can afford to lose only 33.3%. Calculate the selling price.
Percent Ratio: 29.5 is what percent of 25?
2 29.5 ' 25 >
# 33.3 ! 3
35000. GM -33.3 % -8743.43586 T 26256.56
29.5. 25. % 118.
66. 22. 30.
66. 3. 22. 90. 30.
The loss (rounded) is 8,743.44. The selling price is 26,256.56.
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To set the tax rate
SET CALC TAX
Calculating Sales Tax
Calculate the total invoice for a customer who orders items that cost 189, 47, and 75. The sales tax rate is 6%.
First, store the tax rate. 1. Set TAX=SET. 2. Key in 6. 3. Set TAX=CALC. 6.% is printed.
Combining Taxed and Untaxed Items
What is the total for a 342 item that is taxed and a 196 item that is not taxed? (Use the currently stored tax rate.)
To perform calculations
Storing a Tax Rate
1. Set TAX=SET. The currently stored tax rate is printed and displayed. 2. Key in the tax rate. For example, if the tax rate is 7.5%, key in 7.5. 3. Set TAX=CALC. The tax rate you entered is stored for use in tax calculations. Note: The tax rate you entered remains stored when the calculator is turned off, but not if it is unplugged or the batteries removed.
189.00 236.00 311.00 311.00
P Calculates the tax (using the stored tax rate) and adds it to the pretax sales amount. Q Calculates the tax (using the stored tax rate) and subtracts it from the displayed value to find the pretax sales amount.
189.00 47.00 75.00 311.00 311.00 6. 18.66 329.66
+ + + % T
362.52 362.52 558.52 558.52
342. 6. 20.52 362.52 362.52 196.00 558.52
% T + +
After calculating the taxed amount, press 9 to add the amount to the current calculation.
Today, your business had receipts of 1,069.51. The sales tax rate is 8.25%. What were your total sales?
1. Set TAX=SET. 2. Key in 8.25. 3. Set TAX=CALC. 8.25% is printed.
Press Y before calculating tax on a total.
18.66 is the tax on 311.00, and 329.66 is the total cost including tax.
2 1069.51 Q
1069.51 8.25 % -81.51 T 988.00
81.51 is the tax on total sales of 988.00.
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POWER OFF The calculator is turned off. ON Calculations are displayed but not printed. PRT Calculations are displayed and printed. IC Both the printer and item counter are active.
& % Paper Advance. Advances the paper without printing.
Right Shift. Deletes the last digit you entered.
Q Subtract Tax. Calculates the tax to be deducted (using the stored tax rate) and subtracts it from the displayed value to find the pretax amount. >
Percent. Interprets the displayed value as a percentage; completes a multiplication or division operation.
/ Date or Number. Prints a reference number or date without affecting calculations. For example, to enter the date December 12, 1998, key in 12 L 12 L 98 /. # 12.12.98 is printed. ! Change Sign. Changes the sign (+ or ) of the displayed value. > 3
Divide. Divides the displayed value by the next value entered. Equals. Completes any pending multiplication, division, or # operation. Does not add the result to the currently accumulated total. Multiply. Multiplies the displayed value by the next value entered.
To clear the item counter, press Y.
# Gross Profit Margin. Calculates the selling price and profit or loss on an item when its cost and gross profit or loss margin are known. X
Subtotal. Displays and prints the currently accumulated total, but does not clear it.
ROUND 5/4 Results are rounded to the selected DECIMAL setting. For example, if you set DECIMAL to 2,
2.349 is rounded to 2.35.
( Results are rounded down (truncated) to the selected DECIMAL setting. For example, if you set DECIMAL to 2, 2.349 is rounded to 2.34. DECIMAL + (add mode) Lets you enter values with two
Total. Displays and prints the currently accumulated total, and then clears the total; resets the item counter to zero.
decimal places without pressing L. For example, key in 5321 to enter 53.21. places.
2 Clear Entry/Clear. When pressed once, clears an entry, letting you enter another number in its place. When pressed twice, clears an overflow condition. L.
Decimal Point. Enters a decimal point. Subtract. Subtracts the displayed value from the currently accumulated total; completes a percentage discount calculation. Add. Adds the displayed value to the currently accumulated total; completes a percentage add on calculation.
0 Memory Total. Displays and prints the value in memory, and then clears the memory. Also clears the M indicator from the display and resets the memory item count to zero. ; Memory Subtotal. Displays and prints the value in memory, but does not clear the memory. F Subtract from Memory. Subtracts the displayed value from the memory. If a multiplication or division operation is pending, F completes the operation and subtracts the result from memory. N Add to Memory. Adds the displayed value to the memory. If a multiplication or division operation is pending, N completes the operation and adds the result to memory.
F (floating decimal) Varies the number of decimal 0 (fixed decimal) Shows 0 decimal places. 2 (fixed decimal) Shows 2 decimal places. TAX SET Lets you enter the tax rate. You cannot perform calculations if TAX=SET. CALC Lets you perform calculations.
P Add Tax. Calculates the tax, using the stored tax rate, and adds it to the pretax amount (the displayed value).
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+ Addition to the currently accumulated total. Subtraction from the currently accumulated total. Currently accumulated subtotal; tax in a tax calculation; profit or loss in a # calculation. Result after 3, >, Y, P or Q; selling price in a # calculation. Multiplication. Division. = Completion of a multiplication or division. Item cost in a # calculation. M+ Addition to memory. M Subtraction from memory. M Memory subtotal. M Memory total. % Percentage in a > calculation; percentage of profit or loss in a # calculation; tax for TAX=SET. +% Result of a percent add-on calculation. % Result of a percent discount calculation. T Tax amount in a tax calculation. T Profit or loss amount in a # calculation C 2 was pressed.
Errors and Overflows
% deletes the rightmost digit if no operation key was pressed. 2 clears an entry if no operation key was pressed. Pressing the opposite operation key cancels an entry if an operation key was pressed. (9,., N, and F only.) 9 restores the value to the add register after Y. N restores the value to the memory after 0.
In Case of Difficulty
1. If the display becomes dim or the printer slows or stops, check that: 0 The batteries are fresh and properly installed. 0 The adapter is properly connected at both ends and POWER=ON, PRT, or IC. 2. If there is an error or the calculator does not respond: 0 Press 2. Repeat the calculation. 0 TAX=CALC. 0 Turn the power off for ten seconds and then back on again. Repeat the calculation. 0 Review the instructions to be sure you entered the calculations correctly. 3. If no printing appears on the tape, check that: 0 POWER=PRT or IC. 0 TAX=CALC. 0 The ink roller is snapped firmly in place and has not run out of ink. 4. If the paper jams: 0 If near the end, install a new roll of paper. 0 Make sure you are using quality bond paper.
Correcting Entry Errors
Error and Overflow Conditions and Indicators
An error condition occurs if you divide by zero or calculate a selling price with a margin of 100%. The calculator: 0 Prints 0. and a row of dots. 0 Displays E and 0. An overflow condition occurs if a result has too many digits for the calculator to display or print. The calculator: 0 Displays E and the first 10 digits of the result with a decimal point 10 places to the left of its correct position. 0 Prints a row of dots and then prints the first ten digits of the result with the decimal shifted 10 places to the left of its correct position. 2 clears any error or overflow condition. The memory is not cleared unless the error or overflow occurred in a memory calculation.
Clearing an Error or Overflow Condition
# Indicates a / entry. (minus sign) Value is negative. M A nonzero value is in memory. E An error or overflow condition has occurred.
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Installation de ladaptateur
1. Mettez linterrupteur POWER sur OFF. 2. Connectez le cordon de ladaptateur sa prise sur le panneau arrire de la calculatrice. 3. Connectez ladaptateur une prise de courant. 4. Mettez linterrupteur POWER sur ON, PRT ou IC. Attention : lutilisation de tout autre adaptateur AC que ladaptateur TI appropri peut endommager la calculatrice et annuler la garantie.
Installation du rouleau de papier
Pour viter les bourrages, utilisez du papier de qualit. Un rouleau de 2 pouce de papier de qualit est fourni avec votre calculatrice. 1. Mettez la calculatrice sous tension (POWER est sur ON). 2. Coupez le bord du papier de manire rectiligne. 3. Tout en maintenant le rouleau pour quil ne se droule pas, insrez fermement le bout du papier dans la fente larrire de la calculatrice.
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