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English operation manual for Scientific Calculator Casio CFX-9800G

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  • ContentsHandling PrecautionsAobut This ManualChapter1 Getting Acquainted1-1 Keys and Their FunctionsThe KeyboardKey Operations1-2 ModesSet Up DisplaysSet Up Display Function Key MenusAbout Display ColorsAbout Function Key lcons1-3 Basic Set UpDefault unit of Angular MeasurementAbout the DISP MenuColor Contrast Adjustment1-4 Basic OperationUsing the Clear MenuInputting CalculationsEditing CalculationsAnswer FunctionUsing MultistatementsMultiplication Operations without a Multiplication SignPerforming Continuous CalculationsUsing the Replay FunctionBuilt-in Scientific FunctionsValue MemoriesIncreasing the Number of Value MemoriesAbout Memory Names1-5 Using the Function MemoryVariable Data (VAR) Menu1-6 Using the BASE Mode1-7 Graphic and Text Displays1-8 Technical InformationCalculation Priority SequenceStacksValue Input and Output LimitationsInput CapacityOverflow and ErrorsExponential DisplayCalculation Execution DisplayWhen Errors Keep OccurringChapter 2 Manual Calculations2-1 Arithmetic CalculationsCalculations Using Parentheses2-2 Units of Angular Measurement2-3 Trigonometric and Inverse Trigonometric Functions2-4 Logarithmic and Exponential Functions2-5 Hyperbolic and Inverse Hyperbolic Functions2-6 Other Functions2-7 Coordinate Conversion2-8 Permutation and Combination2-9 Fractions2-1O Engineering Symbol Calculations2-11 Number of Decimal Places, Number of Significant Digits, Display Format2-12 Calculations Using Memory2-13 BASE Mode CalculationsConversionsNegative ValuesArithmetic OperationsLogical OperationsChapter 3 Differential, Integration, and Calculations3-1 How the Unit Calculates DifferentialsTo Perform a Differential CalculationApplications of Differential Calculations3-2 How the Unit Calculates IntegrationsTo Perform an Integration CalculationApplication of Integration Calculation3-3 ~CalculationsExample ~ calculation~ Calculation Applications~ Calculation PrecautionsChapter 4 Complex Numbers4-1 Before Beginning a Complex Number Calculation4-2 Performing Complex Number CalculationsArithmetic OperationsReciprocals, Square Roots, and SquaresAbsolute Value and ArgumentConjugate Complex NumbersExtraction of Real and Imaginary Number Parts4-3 Complex Number Calculation PrecautionsChapter 5 statistical Calculations5-1 Single-Variable Stetistical CalculationsTo Enter the Standard Deviation Mode without Data StorageTo Enter the Standard Deviation Mode with Data StoragePerforming Single-Variable Calculations5-2 Paired-Variable Statistical CalculationsTo Enter the Regression Mode without Data StorageLinear RegressionLogarithmic RegressionExponential RegressionPower RegressionTo Enter the Regression Mode with Data StoragePerforming Paired-Variable Calculations5-3 Examples of Statistical CalculationsLinear RegressionLogarithmic RegressionExponential RegressionPower RegressionChapter 6 Using the Matrix Mode6-1 Before Performing Matrix CalculationsEntering the Matrix ModeMatrix ListMatrix InputDeleting Matrices6-2 Modifying a MatrixBefore Modifying a MatrixRow OperationsModifying the Contents of a MatrixDeleting, Inserting and Adding RowsDeleting, Inserting and Adding Columns6-3 Matrix CalculationsArithmetic OperationsCalculating a Scalar ProductDeterminantsTransposing a MatrixInverting a MatrixSquaring a Matrix6-4 Matrix Operation PrecautionsChapter7 Equation Calculations7-1 Before Beginning and Equation CalculationEntering an Equation Calculation ModeClearing the Equation Memories7-2 Linear Equations with Two to Six UnknownsEntering the Linear Equation Mode for Two to Six UnknownsSolving a Linear Equation with Three UnknownsChanging CoefficientsClearing All the Coefficients7-3 Quadratic and Cubic EquationsEntering the Quadratic/Cubic Equation ModeSolving a Quadratic or Cubic EquationQuadratic Equations that Produce Multiple Root (1 or 2) Solutions or Imaginary Number SolutionsChanging CoefficientsClearing All the Coefficients7-4 What to Do When an Error OccursChapter 8 Graphing8-1 About the Graphing FunctionSpecifying the Range of a GraphInitializing the Range Parameter Display Settings8-2 Rectangular Coordinate GraphsGraphing Built-in Scientific FunctionsOverdrawing Built-in Function GraphsGraphing Manually Entered FunctionsOverdrawing Manually Input GraphsSpecifying the Graph Range8-3 Polar Coordinate GraphsGraphing Built-In Scientific FunctionsGraphing Manually Entered FunctionsSpecifying the Graph Range8-4 Parametric GraphsSpecifying the Graph Range8-5 Inequality GraphsOverdrawing Inequality GraphsSpecifying the Graph Range8-6 Integration Graphs8-7 Probability Distribution Graphs8-8 Single-Variable Statistical Graphs8-9 Paired-Variable Statistical Graphs8-10 Storing Functions in MemoryAccessing the Graphic Function MemoryGraph Function TypesEditing Graph Functions in MemoryDrawing Graphs from MemorySpecifying the Graphs to be DrawnFunction Linking8-11 Graph SolveDisplaying the Graph Solve MenuDetermining RootsDetermining Maximums and MinimumsDeterminig y-interceptsDetermining Points of Intersection for Two GraphsDetermining a Coordinate ( x for a given y/y for a given x)Determining the Derivative for a Given Point8-12 Other Graph FunctionsSetting the Type of Graphing MethodTrace FunctionScrolling GraphsNotes on Using the Trace FunctionPlot FunctionLine FunctionGraph Scroll FunctionZoom FunctionsBefore Using ZoomBox Zoom FunctionUsing the Factor Zoom Function to Enlarge and Reduce the Entire GraphAuto RangeGraph AdjustCoordinate RoundingUsing the Overwrite Function8-13 Some Graphing ExamplesChapter 9 Dual Graph9-1 Before Using Dual GraphAbout Dual Graph Screen Types9-2 Specifying the Left and Right Display Range Parameters9-3 Drawing a Graph in the Active Screen9-4 Displaying a Graph in the Inactive ScreenBefore Displaying a Graph in the Inactive ScreenCopying the Active Graph to the Inactive ScreenSwitching the Contents of the Active and Inactive ScreensDrawing Different Graphs on the Active Screen and Inactive ScreenOther Graph Functions with Dual GraphChapter 10 Dynamic Graphing10-1 Before Using the Dynamic Graph Mode10-2 Inputting a New Equation10-3 Editing a Function10-4 Deleting a Function10-5 Drawinig a Dynamic Graph1O-time Continuous DrawingContinuous DrawingStop & Go DrawingOverwritingFunction LinkingChapter 11 Table and Graph Mode11-1 Entering the Table and Graph Mode11-2 Generating a Table and Drawing a Graph for a FunctionStoring a Function and Generating a Numeric TableEditing a FunctionFunction LinkingEditing a Table ListDeleting List Area ContentsEditing Function and Table DataRow OperationsDrawing a Graph Using Table DataBefore Drawing a GraphSpecifying the Graphs to be Drawn11-3 Using the Table and Graph Mode with a Recursion FormulaEditing Table DataDrawing a Graph Using Table DataSpecifying the Y-Axis and. X-Axis for the GraphChapter 12 Program/File Editor Mode12-1 Before Using the Program/File Editor Mode12-2 Using the Program ModeEntering the Program ModeSpecifying the Calculation ModeSelecting a Program AreaChecking How Much Memory Is Used by a programInputting a ProgramExecuting a Program Stored in Memory12-3 Deleting Programs12-4 Error Messages12-5 Counting the Number of BytesChecking the Amount of Memory RemainingChecking Where the Cursor Is Currently Located12-6 Using the File Editor ModeEntering the File Editor ModePassword ProtectionInputting Data into a FileInputting Program CommandsInputting Upper-Case and Lower-Case Alpha CharactersInputting SymbolsExecuting a ProgramChecking the Memory Used by a ProgramSearching for FilesSearching for Data in a FileEditing File DataOther Useful Cursor Movement Functions12-7 Program CommandsDisplaying the Program Function MenuAbout the Newline FuntctionDisplaying the Jump Command MenuDisplaying the Relational Operator MenuDisplaying the Punctuation Symbol Menu12-8 Using Jump CommandsAbout Unconditional JumpsAbout Conditional JumpsAbout Count Jumps12-9 Using SubroutinesSubroutines Save Memory12-10 Using Array MemoryArray Memories to Simplify ProgrammingCautions When Using Array MemoriesSample Programs That Use Array Memory12-11 Displaying Text Messages12-12 Using Matrices in Programs12-13 Using the Graph Function in ProgramsChapter 13 Data Communications13-1 Connecting Two CFX-980OG Units13-2 Connecting the CFX-9800G with a Personal Computer13-3 Connecting the CFX-9800G to a CASIO Label Printer13-4 Before Starting Data CommunicationsEntering the LINK ModeAbout the Data Type Selection Screen13-5 Setting Communications ParametersSetting CFX-9800G Parameters13-6 Using ALL, Range, and Factor13-7 Using Program, Function Mem, Matrix, and Graph Function13-8 Using Editor13-9 ,Using Statistics, Variable Mem, Table, and Equation13-10 Using Dynamic Graph13-11 Using Back Up to Send All Mode Settings and Memory Data13-12 Screen Copy FunctionTo Copy the Screen13-13 Data Communications PrecautionsAppendixAppendix A Power SupplyWhen to Replace BatteriesReplacing BatteriesAbout the Auto Power Off FunctionAppendix B To Reset the CalculatorAppendix C Function ReferenceManual CalculationsProgram CalculationsAppendix D Error Message TableAppendix E Input RangesAppendix F SpecificationsIndexKey Index

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