To use the other advanced functions in the scientific calculator, click the following buttons or press the keyboard equivalent.
ButtonKeyFunction

cosoCalculates the cosine of the displayed number. Inv+cos calculates the arc cosine. Hyp+cos calculates the hyperbolic cosine. Inv+Hyp+cos calculates the arc hyperbolic cosine.
Deg
F2 Sets trigonometric input for degrees. Use this function in decimal mode.
dmsmConverts the displayed number to degree-minute-second format (assuming that the displayed number is in degrees). Inv+dms converts the displayed number to degrees (assuming that the displayed number is in degree-minute-second format).
ExpxAllows entry of scientific-notation numbers. The exponent has an upper limit of +307. You can continue to enter numbers as long as you use only keys 0-9. Exp can only be used with the decimal number system.
F-EvTurns scientific notation on and off. Numbers larger than 10^15 are always displayed exponentially. F-E can only be used with the decimal number system.

HyphSets the hyperbolic function for sin, cos, and tan. The different functions automatically turn off the hyperbolic function after a calculation is completed.
InviSets the inverse function for sin, cos, tan, PI, x^y, x^2, x^3, ln, log, Ave, Sum, and s. The different functions automatically turn off the inverse function after a calculation is completed.
lnnCalculates natural (base e) logarithm. Inv+ln calculates e raised to the xth power, where x is the current number.
loglCalculates common (base 10) logarithm. Inv+log calculates 10 raised to the xth power.
n!!Calculates factorial of the displayed number.
PIpDisplays the value of pi (3.1415...). Inv+PI displays 2 * pi (6.28...).

sinsCalculates the sine of the displayed number. Inv+sin calculates the arc sine. Hyp+sin calculates the hyperbolic sine. Inv+Hyp+sin calculates the arc hyperbolic sine.
tantCalculates the tangent of the displayed number. Inv+tan calculates the arc tangent. Hyp+tan calculates the hyperbolic tangent. Inv+Hyp+tan calculates the arc hyperbolic tangent.
x^yyComputes x raised to the yth power. Inv+x^y calculates the yth root of x.
x^2@Squares the displayed number. Inv+x^2 calculates the square root.
x^3#Cubes the displayed number. Inv+x^3 calculates the cube root.

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