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The Ultimate List of BA II Plus Calculator Tips for the CFA Exams

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    • Zee Tan
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      The Ultimate List of BA II Plus Calculator Tips for the CFA Exams

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    • Ryan31
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      Awesome thanks for the stats information. I am getting x=9 S(x)=8.92 and standard deviation = 7.97

    • christine
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      Hi @Ryan31! Yes, you’re right – we switched some of the numbers in the dataset and so your answer is the correct one. Have updated the article, thanks for the highlight!

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      For the AOS setting, the keystrokes are:
      2nd -> . -> up arrow ->
      2nd -> ENTER -> 2nd -> CPT

      At least that’s how it worked on my BA II Plus: https://epsstore.ti.com/OA_HTML/csksxvm.jsp?nSetId=68618

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      Is there a function that sums up all the values stored in memory function?

    • fabian
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      Is there a function that sums up all the values stored in memory function?

      Not that I know of. It wouldn’t make sense though – there are so many memory slots that you should rarely/never have to sum them all up at once.

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      In the BA 2 plus, is there a better way to use the memory function rather than STO 1/2/3 etc and RCL 1/2/3 when trying to bring the answer from one calculation to start another calculation?

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      In the BA 2 plus, is there a better way to use the memory function rather than STO 1/2/3 etc and RCL 1/2/3 when trying to bring the answer from one calculation to start another calculation?

      Not that I know of, but I’m not sure why is that difficult to do. It’s not the same as typical calculators, but practice often and you’ll become fast at it.

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