# Help with casio fx-CG50

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### #1 RASM9805

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Posted 13 July 2019 - 08:32 PM

Hi, i recently bought a casio fx-cg50 and i was doing some operations when i realized that i can´t press the "exe" button in order to get a previous value to use it in the actual line, i searched and found that i can clip and paste, but i just can do that with the operations, not with the result. Is there a way to do something like pressing "exe" to the result to put it in the actual line for using it (different from store variables)?

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### #2 piu58

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Posted 14 July 2019 - 06:40 AM

If you simply continue a formula, the calculator starts automaticly with "Ans", which is the last result. This is the reason for having two minus signs. The one without () gives an Ans, where the (-) i a leading sign to a number (without Ans).

If you need the last value somewhere in the formular, may be for a sqrt, you get it with Shift (-).

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### #3 RASM9805

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Posted 14 July 2019 - 04:03 PM

But if i need another value that isn't the last, what can i do? Because not always i can Clip and Paste the formula because if i used "Ans" in the formula that i want to clip, it will not work when i paste it because the "Ans" will take the actual value and not the value taken when i made the calculation for first tim

### #4 piu58

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Posted 14 July 2019 - 05:34 PM

if you want store a value it is fastest to type -> X. X ist the best value for that because it has it's own key.

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