Press .

To change a setting, use the cursor keys to highlight the desired option and press .

**Normal** indicates the numbers are displayed in a normal fashion.
**Sci** indicates the numbers are displayed in scientific notation.
**Eng** indicates the numbers are displayed in engineering fashion.

**Float** indicates a floating decimal point, with 10 digits displayed.
**0123456789** indicates the number of digits to the right of the
decimal point.

**Radian** sets the calculator to interpret angles for trigonometric
functions in radians.
**Degree** sets the calculator to interpret angles for trigonometric
functions in degrees.

**Func** sets the calculator to graph y as a function of x.
**Par** sets the calculator to graph x and y as a function of t.
**Pol** sets the calculator to graph r as a function of .
**Seq** sets the calculator to graph a sequence as a function of
n.

**Connected** indicates that consecutive points of a graph are connected.
**Dot** indicates that points are plotted but not connected.

**Sequential** sets the calculator to graph equations in
in order, one at a time.
**Sim** sets the calculator to graph equations in
simultaneously.

**Real** limits all values to real numbers.
**a+bi** sets the calculator to display all imaginary numbers in
the form a + bi
**re^i**
sets the calculator to display all imaginary numbers in the form re^{i}

**FullScreen** designates the entire screen for a graph or editing.
**Horiz** displays the current graph on the top half of the screen
and the home screen or an editor on the bottom half.
**G-T** displays the current graph on the left half of the screen
and the table screen right half.