ENGLISH...........................................P.2~20 CALCULATION EXAMPLES ...........P.21~40 PRINTED IN CHINA E-IM-2618

E ENGLISH...........................................P.2~20
CALCULATION EXAMPLES ...........P.21~40
PRINTED IN CHINA
E-IM-2618
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CONTENTS
DISPLAY (2-LINE DISPLAY)................................................................. P.4
TO GET START ..................................................................................... P.5
Power ON, OFF ............................................................................. P.5
MODE Selection ............................................................................ P.5
Display Formats Setting................................................................. P.6
Before Using the Calculator ........................................................... P.6
INPUTTING EXPRESSIONS AND VALUES ......................................... P.7
Input Capacity ................................................................................ P.7
Input Editing ................................................................................... P.7
Replay, Copy and Multi-statements ............................................... P.8
INPUT RANGE AND ERROR MESSAGE ............................................. P.9
Calculation Accuracy, Input ranges ............................................... P.9
Order of Operations ....................................................................... P.9
Calculation Stacks ......................................................................... P.9
Error Message and Error Locator ................................................ P.10
BASIC CALCULATIONS ..................................................................... P.11
Arithmetic Calculations ................................................................ P.11
Memory Calculations ................................................................... P.11
Fraction Operations ..................................................................... P.12
Percentage Calculations .............................................................. P.12
Degree-Minutes-Seconds Calculations........................................ P.12
Fix, Sci, Norm, ROUND ............................................................... P.13
FUNCTIONAL SCIENTIFIC CALCULATIONS.................................... P.14
Square, Root, Cube, Cube Root, Power, Power Root,
Reciprocal and Pi......................................................................... P.14
Logarithm, Natural Logarithm, Antilogarithm and Logab ............. P.14
Angle Unit Conversion ................................................................. P.14
Trigonometry Calculations ........................................................... P.15
Permutation, Combination, Factorials and Random
Number Generation ..................................................................... P.15
Least Common Multiple and Greatest Common Divisor.............. P.15
Quotient and Remainder.............................................................. P.15
Coordinate Conversion ................................................................ P.16
STATISTICAL CALCULATIONS......................................................... P.16
Standard Deviation (with max, min, med value) ......................... P.17
Regression Calculations (with max, min value) ........................... P.18
BATTERY REPLACEMENT ................................................................ P.18
ADVICE AND PRECAUTIONS ............................................................ P.19
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................... P.20
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Thank you for purchasing Canon Scientific Calculator. The
F-715SG features 250 scientific, statistical and other
advance functions such as LCM, GCD, Quotient and
Remainder Calculations.
We recommend you to read this user manual and all the
important notices before start using F-715SG. And please
keep this user manual with you for future use.
How to use the slide cover
Open or close the cover by sliding as shown in the figure.
OPEN
CLOSE
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DISPLAY (2-LINE DISPLAY)
Extension mark (Shows the presence of hidden formula)
Status indicators
Next or
Previous
page
Exponent
minus sign
Mantissa
minus sign
Formula (12 characters)
Mantissa
<Status Indicators>
hyp
M
STO
RCL
SD
REG
FIX
SCI
Disp
:
:
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:
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Shift Key
Alpha Key
Hyperbolic Key
Independent Memory
Store Memory
Recall Memory
Statistic Mode
Regression Mode
Degree Mode
Radian Mode
Gradient Mode
Fixed-decimal Setting
Scientific Notation
Multi-statements Display
Quotient Value
Remainder Value
Undo
Upper Arrow
Down Arrow
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Exponent
TO GET START
Power ON, OFF
First time operation:
1. Pull out the battery insulation sheet, then the battery
will be loaded.
2. Press
(All)
to reset the
calculator.
Power ON: When
(Power ON/Clear All) is pressed.
Power OFF: When
are pressed.
Auto Power Off Function:
When the calculator is not used for about 7 minutes, the
calculator will automatically power off.
MODE Selection
Press
to start the calculation mode selection.
When pressing , or
, you can access the next (or
previous) mode selection page.
Operation
Mode
LCD
Indicator
COMP
Normal Calculation
SD
Statistical Calculation
SD
REG
Regression Calculation
REG
Deg
Degree
D
Rad
Radian
R
Gra
Gradient
G
Fix
Fixed-decimal Setting
FIX
Sci
Scientific Notation
SCI
Norm
Exponential Notation
Disp*1
Display Setup Selection
*1 Display Setup Selection options
First page : Press
[ab/c] or
[d/c] to specify mixed
fraction or improper fraction display.
: Press
[Dot] or
[Comma] to specify
decimal point or 3 digits separator symbols.
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Display Formats Setting
F-715SG can display a result up to 10 digits. Results
exceed the digit limit will be automatically displayed by
exponential notation format. You can enter a value in
floating-decimal, fixed-decimal, or scientific notation format
and display format setting only affects the calculation
results. (Example #1)
Before Using the Calculator
Check the current Calculation Mode
Be sure to check the status indicators that indicate the
current calculation mode (SD, REG... etc), display formats
setting and angle unit setting (Deg, Rad, Gra) before
starting a calculation.
Return Calculation Mode to the initial setup
You can return the calculation mode to the initial default by
pressing
(Mode)
Calculation Mode
: COMP
Angle Unit
: Deg
Exponential Display Format : Norm 1
Fraction Display Format
: a b/c
Decimal Point Character
: Dot
and this action will not clear the variable memories.
Initialize the Calculator
When you are not sure the current calculator setting, you
are recommended to initialize the calculator (calculation
mode "COMP", angle unit "Degree", and clear replay and
variable memories), and LCD contrast by performing the
following key operations:
(All)
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INPUTTING EXPRESSIONS AND VALUES
Input Capacity
F-715SG allows you to input a single calculation up to 79
steps.
Starting from the 73rd step, the cursor changes from [ _ ] to
[ ] that notifying the memory is running low. In case you
need to input a single calculation with more than 79 steps,
you should separate your calculation into two or more
segments.
Input Editing
New input begins on the left of the upper (entry) line. As the
entries are more than 12 digits, the line will scroll to the
right consecutively.
Press
,
to scroll the cursor within the upper (entry)
line and you can perform input editing as needed.
(Example #2)
• After deleting an input by
or clearing the input
by
,
icon will be shown on the display.
• Press
to resume up to 79
deleted input or
to undo the cleared segment and back to the previous
display.
• If pressed
...
to delete character(s) then clear
the display, the calculator will prioritize the undo from
resuming the latest
cleared characters, and
followed with the deleted characters continuously.
• After inserting a new data or executing a calculation
command, or pressing
, the calculator cannot
perform the "Undo" function.
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Replay, Copy and Multi-statements
Replay
• Replay memory capacity is 256 bytes that can store
calculation expressions and results.
• After the calculation is executed, the calculation
expression and its result will be stored in the replay
memory automatically.
• Pressing (or ) can replay the performed calculation
expressions and results.
• Replay memory is cleared when you.
i) Initialize calculator setting by
(or
).
ii) Change from one calculation mode to another.
iii) Press
key.
iv) Turn off the calculator by
.
Copy
• Press
after replaying the previous calculation
expressions (statements).
Multi-statements
• You can put two or more calculation expressions
together by using a colon
.
• The first executed statement will have [Disp] indicator;
and the [Disp] icon will disappeared after the last
statement is being executed. (Example #3)
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INPUT RANGE AND ERROR MESSAGE
Calculation Accuracy, Input Ranges
Calculation Stacks
This calculator uses memory areas, called "stacks", to
temporarily store numeric value (numbers) and
commands (+ – x ...) according to their precedence
during calculations.
The numeric stack has 10 levels and the command stack
has 24 levels. A stack error [Stack ERROR] occurs
whenever you try to perform a calculation that exceeds
the capacity of stacks.
Calculations are performed in sequence according to
"Order of Operations". After the calculation is performed,
the stored stack values will be released.
Order of Operations
In the same precedence level, calculations are
performed from left to right.
Operation enclosed within paredtheses is performed
first. When a calculation contains an argument that is a
negative number, the negative number must be
enclosed within parentheses.
Example:
–22 = –4
(–2)2 = 4
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Error Messages and Error Locator
The calculator is locked up while an error message is
shown on the display to indicate the cause of the error.
Press
will clear the error, remove all replay
memory and return to initial display of the latest mode.
Press
will clear the error message and return to
the display of the latest mode.
Press
or
to display the calculation with the
cursor positioned under the error and you can correct
it accordingly.
Cause
Action
Math
ERROR
Error Message
• Calculation result is
outside the allowable
calculation range
• An attempt to perform
a calculation using a
value that exceeds the
allowable input range.
• An attempt to perform
an illogical operation
(division by zero, etc.)
Check your input
values and make
sure they are all
within the allowable
ranges. Pay special
attention to values in
any memory areas
you are using.
Stack
ERROR
The capacity of the
numeric stack or
operator stack is
exceeded.
Simplify the
calculation. The
numeric stack has 10
levels and the
operator stack has
24 levels.
Divide your
calculation into two
or more separate
parts.
Syntax
ERROR
An attempt to perform
an illegal mathematical
operation.
Press or to
display the
calculation with the
cursor located at the
location of the error
and make required
corrections.
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BASIC CALCULATIONS
Press
to enter COMP mode as you want to
perform basic calculations.
During the busy calculation, the calculator will display
the message [PROCESSING].
Arithmetic Calculations
• To calculate the negative values (excludes the
negative exponent), you have to enclose them with
parentheses.
• This Calculator supports 24-level of parenthetical
expression.
• You can omit the close parentheses
as the
calculation ends with
or
. (Example #4)
! When the number of
is more than
, [Syntax
ERROR] will be shown.
Memory Calculations
Memory Variables (Example #5)
• There are 17 memory variables (0 through 9, A through
D, M, X, and Y) which store data, results, or dedicated
values.
• To store values into memory by pressing
+ Memory
variable.
• To recall memory values, press
+ Memory variable.
• Memory content can be cleared by simply pressing
+ Memory variable.
Independent Memory (Example #6)
• Independent memory
uses the same memory area
as variable M. It is convenient for calculating cumulative
total by just pressing
(add to memory) or
(subtract from memory);
and the memory contents are retained even when the
calculator is turned off.
• To clear independent memory (M), input
• When you want to clear all memory values, press
(Mcl)
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Answer Memory (Example #6)
• The input values or the most recent calculation result will
be automatically stored into Answer Memory whenever
you press
,
,
,
followed by a memory
variables, or just recall a memory variable by
.
• You can recall and use the latest stored Answer Memory
by pressing
.
! Answer Memory is not updated as an error operation had
been performed. Answer memory contents can be
maintained even if pressing
, changing the calculation
mode, or turning off the calculator.
Fraction Operations
The Calculator support Fraction Calculation and the
conversions between Fraction, Decimal point, Mixed
fraction and Improper fraction. (Example #7)
• Result will be displayed in decimal format automatically
whenever the total digits of a fractional value (integer +
numerator + denominator + separator marks) exceeds 10.
• As a fraction calculation is mixed with decimal value, the
result will be displayed by decimal format.
! You can specify the fraction calculation result (when the
result greater than one) display format by either mixed
fraction or improper fraction.
Simply press
[Disp]
, then press the
corresponding setting you need:
a b/c : Mixed fraction
d/c
: Improper fraction
Percentage Calculations (Example #8)
Degree-Minutes-Seconds Calculations
You can use degrees (hours), minutes and seconds key to
perform a sexagesimal (base-60 notational system)
calculation or convert the sexagesimal value into decimal
value. (Example #9)
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Fix, Sci, Norm, ROUND
You can change the number of decimal point, the number
of significant digits, or the exponential notation criteria by
pressing
Press 1 (Fixed Decimal Setting) : [ Fix 0 ~ 9? ] appears,
specify the number of
decimal places by
pressing
~
.
Press 2 (Scientific Notation)
: [ Sci 0 ~ 9? ] appears,
specify the number of
significant digits by
pressing
~
.
Press 3 (Exponential Notation) : [ Norm 1 ~ 2? ] appears.
Specify the exponential
notation format by
pressing
or
.
Norm 1 : Exponential notation is automatically used for
integer values with more than 10 digits and
decimal values with more than two decimal
point.
Norm 2 : Exponential notation is automatically used for
integer values with more than 10 digits and
decimal values with more than nine decimal
point.
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FUNCTIONAL SCIENTIFIC CALCULATIONS
Press
to enter COMP mode for performing
functional scientific calculations.
During the busy calculation, the calculator will display
the message [PROCESSING].
= 3.141592653589793
e = 2.718281828459045
Square, Root, Cube, Cube Root, Power, Power
Root, Reciprocal and Pi (Example #10)
Logarithm, Natural Logarithm,
Antilogarithm and Logab (Example #11)
Angle Unit Conversion
The calculator default angle unit setting is "Degree". If you
need to change into "Radian" or "Gradient", you can press
a number of times until you reach the setup screen:
Then press the corresponding number key
,
, or
for the angle unit you need. Then the display will show the
D , R , or G indicator accordingly.
To convert an angle unit between "Degree", "Radian" and
"Gradient", you can press
and the following display
menu will be shown:
Then, press
,
, or
will convert the displayed
value into the selected angle unit.
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Trigonometry Calculations
Before using the trigonometric functions (except
hyperbolic calculations), select the appropriate angle
unit (Deg/ Rad/ Gra) by
.
90o =
Radians = 100 Gradients. (Example #12)
Permutation, Combination, Factorials and Random
Number Generation
• Permutation : nPr =
(Example #13)
(Example #13)
• Combination : nCr =
• Factorial
: x! = x(x-1)(x-2).....(2)(1) (Example #13)
Random Number Generation (Example #14)
: To generate a random number between 0.000 and 0.999.
: To generate a random number between two specified
positive integers. The entry is divided by " , ".
* The value is show in Ex. #14 only a sample, results will differ each time.
Least Common Multiple and Greatest Common Divisor
LCM: Calculate the least common multiple among
(maximum) three positive integers.
GCD: Calculate the greatest common divisor among
(maximum) three positive integers. (Example #15)
Quotient & Remainder
"Quotient" (Q) is the result of a division problem,
"Remainder" (r ) is the value left in an integer division
problem.
The calculated quotient value (Q) and remainder value
(r) will be stored into memory variables "C" and "D"
automatically assigned. (Example #16)
! Only Quotient Value (Q) can continue to be used for the
next calculation or being stored into memory variables.
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Coordinate Conversion
With polar coordinates, you can calculate and display
within -180º <
180º range. (Same as Radian and
Gradient)
After conversion, results will automatically assigned to
memory variables X and Y. (Example #17)
STATISTICAL CALCULATIONS
[SD] [REG]
To enter the standard deviation mode by pressing
, [SD] indicator lights up. If press
, you can
enter the regression mode selection menu. [REG]
indicator will be turned on.
Before starting, be sure to clear the statistic memory by
pressing
.
Perform the data input (Precautions!).
• In SD mode, store the displayed data by pressing
pressing
will input the same data twice.
,
• In REG mode, store the x-data and y-data in the form
of:
x-data
y-data
, pressing
will input the
same data twice.
• Use
for same data multiple entries.
For example in SD mode, the data 20 has 8 times will
press 20
8
.
• Press or key during or after data input can display
the data value (x) and data frequency (Freq). Follow
with the above example, press will display [x1 = 20],
and press will display [Freq1= 8].
• To edit the stored data, input the new value during the
display of that data value (x) after pressing or key,
and then press
to confirm the edit. But, if you
press
instead of
, a new data value will be
stored.
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• Press
can delete the data during the display of
that data value (x) after or key is pressed; and the
sequence of the data which following the deleted data
will be shifted up automatically.
• Press
or
key to exit the data value and
frequency display, then you can perform other
calculation operations.
• Input data are stored in calculation memory. As the
memory full, [Data Full] will be displayed and you
cannot input or perform any calculation.
• After changing into another mode or regression type
(Lin, Log, Exp, Pwr, Inv, Quad), input data will be
cleared.
n After finishing data entries, you can recall or calculate
the statistical values.
Standard Deviation
n Press
to enter SD mode.
n Before starting, be sure to clear the statistical
memory by pressing
.
n You can recall the following statistical value after
input all data.
Value (Symbol)
Summation of x ( x )
Mean of x ( x )
Sum of Square ( x2 )
Maximum value of x ( maxX )
Number of data sample ( n )
Minimum value of x ( minX )
Population Standard Deviation of x ( x
n)
Sample Standard Deviation of x ( x
)
n-1
(Example #18)
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Median value ( med )
Regression Calculations
Press
to enter REG mode:
Press
,
or
for [Lin] = Linear regression,
[Log] = Logarithmic regression, [Exp] = Exponential
regression.
press
or
to enter another regression options:
You can press
,
or
for [Pwr] = Power
regression,
[Inv] = Inverse regression, [Quad] = Quadratic regression.
(Example #19)
Logarithmic, Exponential, Power, and Inverse
Regression Formulas
• Logarithmic Regression : y = A + Blnx
• Exponential Regression : y = AeBx (lny = lnA + Bx)
• Power Regression
: y = AxB (lny = lnA + Blnx)
• Inverse Regression
: y = A+Bx -1
(Example #20)
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
When the display characters are dim even a darker LCD contrast
had been adjusted OR the following Low battery message
appears on the display, replace the battery immediately.
Please replace the lithium battery by the following procedures:
1. Press
to power off the calculator.
2. Remove the screw which securely fix the battery cover in
place.
3. Slide the battery cover slightly and lift it.
4. Remove the old battery with a ball pen or similar sharp
object
.
5. Load the new battery with the positive "+" side facing up.
6. Replace the battery cover, screw, and press the
,
to initialize the calculator.
Caution: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect
type. Dispose of used batteries according to the
instruction.
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Electromagnetic interference or electrostatic discharge
may cause the display to malfunction or the contents of
the memory to be lost or altered. Should this occur, press
the
and
to restart the calculator.
ADVICE AND PRECAUTIONS
This calculator contains precision components such as
LSI chips and should not be used in place subject to
rapid variations in temperature, excessive humidity dirt
or dust, or exposed to direct sunlight.
The liquid crystal display panel is made of glass and
should not be subjected to excessive pressure.
When cleaning the device do not use a damp cloth or a
volatile liquid such as paint thinner. Instead, use only a
soft, dry cloth.
Do not under any circumstances dismantle this device.
If you believe that the calculator is not functioning
properly, either bring or mail the device together with the
guarantee to the service representative of a Canon
business office.
Never dispose the calculator improperly such as
burning; it can create risks of personal injury or harm.
You are suggested to dispose this product accouding to
your national law.
Do replace the battery once every two years even it is
not used frequently.
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Battery Cautions!
Keep the battery out of reach of children. If the battery
is swallowed, contact a doctor immediately.
Misuse of battery may cause leakage, explosion,
damages or personal injury.
Don’t recharge or disassemble the battery, it could
cause a short circuit.
Never expose the battery to high temperatures, direct
heat, or dispose by incineration.
Never leave a dead battery in the calculator as the
dead battery may leak and cause damage to the
calculator.
Continue using the calculator as the battery is low can
cause improper operation and the stored memory may
be corrupted or lost completely. Keep the written
records of important data all the time; and replace the
battery as soon as possible.
SPECIFICATIONS
Power Supply
: Solar cell and a single lithium battery
(LR44 x 1)
Power Consumption : D.C. 1.5V / 0.1mW
Battery Life
: Approximately 3 years
(Base on 1 hour of operation per day)
Auto Power Off
: Approx. 7 minutes
Usable Temperature : 0 ~ 40°C (32F ~ 104F)
Size
: 165 (L) x 80 (W) x 14 (H) mm (body)
168 (L) x 86.3 (W) x 17.8 (H) mm (with case)
6-1/2" (L) x 3-5/32" (W) x 35-64" (H) (body)
6-39/64" (L) x 3-25/64" (W) x 45/64" (H) (with case)
Weight : 89 g (3 oz)
124 g (4.2 oz) (include cover)
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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