A BA II Plus calculator is a calculator commonly used as a financial calculator. The default setting shows only two decimal places. If you need to change this setting, keep reading.
Step 1. Decide how many decimal places you need
You can put 0-9 decimal places. Anything greater than 10 decimal places will automatically be displayed as scientific notation.
- Choosing 9 decimal places will give you a floating decimal point, which means that the calculator will only display the necessary decimal places. Any other configuration will show you the requested number of decimals, even if its value is 0.
- For example: By putting 2 decimal places it will show you 0.00 and if you put 4 decimal places it will show you 0.0000 while if you choose 9 decimal places it will show you 0.
Step 2. Press the 2nd button
Step 3. Press the format button (This is the second function of the “
Step 4. Enter the number of decimal places to display (from 0 to 9)