Texas Instruments BA II plus manual

Texas Instruments BA II plus manual

PDF manual · 108 pages · English
BA II PLUS
PROFESSIONAL
Calculator
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Manual description

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Texas Instruments BA II plus specifications

General
Brand Texas Instruments
Model BA-II-PLUS
Product calculators
EAN 3243480100533, 0763615812269
Language English
Filetype User manual (PDF)

Design

Type Tabletop blender
Form factor Bar
Product colour Black, Red
Cover N
Control type Buttons

Display

Digits 12 digits
Display tilting N
Backlight display Y
Display number of lines 2 lines
Second display N

Memory

Storage media type -
Memory registers 27

Power

Power source Battery

Table of contents

Overview of Calculator Operations
   Turning On the Calculator
   Turning Off the Calculator
   Selecting 2nd Functions
   Reading the Display
   Setting Calculator Formats
   Resetting the Calculator
   Clearing Calculator Entries and Memories
   Correcting Entry Errors
   Math Operations
   Memory Operations
   Calculations Using Constants
   Last Answer Feature
   Using Worksheets: Tools for Financial Solutions
Time-Value-of-Money and Amortization Worksheets
   TVM and Amortization Worksheet Variables
   Entering Cash Inflows and Outflows
   Generating an Amortization Schedule
   Example: Computing Basic Loan Interest
   Examples: Computing Basic Loan Payments
   Examples: Computing Value in Savings
   Example: Computing Present Value in Annuities
   Example: Computing Perpetual Annuities
   Example: Computing Present Value of Variable Cash Flows
   Example: Computing Present Value of a Lease With Residual Value
   Example: Computing Other Monthly Payments
   Example: Saving With Monthly Deposits
   Example: Computing Amount to Borrow and Down Payment
   Example: Computing Regular Deposits for a Specified Future Amount
   Example: Computing Payments and Generating an Amortization Schedule
   Example: Computing Payment, Interest, and Loan Balance After a Specified Payment
Cash Flow Worksheet
   Cash Flow Worksheet Variables
   Uneven and Grouped Cash Flows
   Entering Cash Flows
   Deleting Cash Flows
   Inserting Cash Flows
   Computing Cash Flows
   Example: Solving for Unequal Cash Flows
   Example: Value of a Lease with Uneven Payments
Bond Worksheet
   Bond Worksheet Variables
   Bond Worksheet Terminology
   Entering Bond Data and Computing Results
   Example: Computing Bond Price, Accrued Interest, and Modified Duration
Depreciation Worksheet
   Depreciation Worksheet Variables
   Entering Data and Computing Results
   Example: Computing Straight-Line Depreciation
Statistics Worksheet
   Statistics Worksheet Variables
   Regression Models
   Entering Statistical Data
   Computing Statistical Results
Other Worksheets
   Percent Change/Compound Interest Worksheet
   Interest Conversion Worksheet
   Date Worksheet
   Profit Margin Worksheet
   Breakeven Worksheet
   Memory Worksheet
APPENDIX - Reference Information
   Formulas
   Error Messages
   Accuracy Information
   AOS™ (Algebraic Operating System) Calculations
   Battery Information
   In Case of Difficulty
General Information
   Contact TI Support
   Service and Warranty Information

Texas Instruments BA II plus manual FAQs

An Overflow error usually occurs when the sum result is longer than the calculator can show.
The product can still be used safely after proper cleaning. Remove the battery with gloves and clean the battery compartment with a toothbrush and vinegar. After drying, new batteries can be inserted into the device.
AC stands for 'all clear'. You clear the entire memory of the calculator with this button.
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