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We need verbs (actions) in your questions and interrogative pronouns too. Anyway, to have a numerical result displayed in scientific format, you must set the display to scientific. You must specify the number of decimal digits to keep.

To set the display format, open the** Run>Mat** screen. Press [SHIFT][Menu] to open (Setup). Scroll Up to reach the line Display, press [F2] (Sci), type in the number of decimal digits, press EXE. See the screen captures below.

To set the display format, open the

Casio FX9750GII... | Answered on Sep 20, 2013

Use the button marked [a b/c].

Type the integer part, press the button [a b/c], enter the numerator, press [a b/c], enter the denominator then the EXE key.

Type the integer part, press the button [a b/c], enter the numerator, press [a b/c], enter the denominator then the EXE key.

Casio FX9750GII... | Answered on Sep 08, 2013

What were you doing ( the command you were executing) just before you get the error?

Casio FX9750GII... | Answered on Sep 06, 2013

Casio FX9750GII... | Posted on Sep 04, 2013 | Be the first to answer

To access the absolute value command, got to Run/Mat screen and press OPTN. Press F6> the F4:NUM, then F1:Abs

In the Y= entry screen, press OPTN, then F5:Num, F1:Abs. enclose the argument of the function inside parentheses.

Here are two screen captures to show how it is done.

In the Y= entry screen, press OPTN, then F5:Num, F1:Abs. enclose the argument of the function inside parentheses.

Here are two screen captures to show how it is done.

Casio FX9750GII... | Answered on Aug 26, 2013

The calculator can calculate numerical values of derivatives of functions (at a given point). It does not have a Computer Algebra System so what you want to do cannot be done. You should look for a Casio calculator with a CAS, such as the ClassPad, the FX_Algebra 2 or the FX 9860G. Sorry.

Casio FX9750GII... | Answered on Aug 25, 2013

The solution set of a linear inequality in two variables (x,y) is one half of the Cartesian plane. The half-plane may or may not contain the boundary line defined by the = sign. Thus it is expected that the calculator shades the relevant half-plane. If you are dealing with nonlinear inequalities the calculator shades inside or outside the curve.

When drawing multiple inequalities the Casio offers you the possibility to shade the regions where ALL conditions (ALL inequalities) are simultaneously satisfied. The other option is OR.

**If you are not interested in the shading do not draw inequalities, draw equations (with =)**.

When drawing multiple inequalities the Casio offers you the possibility to shade the regions where ALL conditions (ALL inequalities) are simultaneously satisfied. The other option is OR.

Casio FX9750GII... | Answered on Aug 25, 2013

After you draw a graph you can use the trace feature to follow the curve and get the value of y for the x- that corresponds to the position of the cursor.

You can also choose the x-value that is of interest to you and enter it directly. The calculator will display

**Enter X-Value**

**X:**

The cursor will be blinking just to the right of the**colon:** Just enter a value using the keypad., then press EXE

You can also choose the x-value that is of interest to you and enter it directly. The calculator will display

The cursor will be blinking just to the right of the

Casio FX9750GII... | Answered on Aug 12, 2013

The key marked [a b/c], the one below the [X,Theta,T] and [7], allows you to enter fractions either as mixed numbers or improper fractions.

To enter the mixed number 3 4/7 you key in**3 [a b/c] 4 [a b/c] 7 [EXE]**

To convert this to an improper fraction press [SHIFT] [F--D].

Pressing the [F--D] key toggles between fraction and decimal representation.

To enter the mixed number 3 4/7 you key in

To convert this to an improper fraction press [SHIFT] [F--D].

Pressing the [F--D] key toggles between fraction and decimal representation.

Casio FX9750GII... | Answered on Aug 02, 2013

Use the log ab function in the Math menu. You'll have to enter the base each time; there is no way to have the calculator default to a base other than e or 10.

Casio FX9750GII... | Answered on May 24, 2013

Use the Zoom function. After a graph is displayed press the F2 :Zoom function. You have the BOX, FACT(or), IN, OUT, Auto. You can also specify the WINDOW dimensions: With graph being displayed press F3:Window to set the values.

Casio FX9750GII... | Answered on Apr 10, 2013

You can enter it several ways.

1/3[^][X, theta, T] or

(1/3)[^][X, theta, T] or

( 1 [a b/c] 3)[^][X, theta, T]

In the following screen capture the small negative sign is the change sign (-)

1/3[^][X, theta, T] or

(1/3)[^][X, theta, T] or

( 1 [a b/c] 3)[^][X, theta, T]

In the following screen capture the small negative sign is the change sign (-)

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Yes, that is possible. Here is a simple program that prompts the user to enter the value of the radius, then it displays the circumference.

To name variables use single letter symbols, A, B, C, ...

To enter keywords such as** Input** and **Disp**(play) use the sequence **[2nd][0] (Catalog) **then scroll or press the letter that begins the keyword to go to the top of the list of commands that start with that letter. For other mathematical and non litteral symbols scroll up to go to the end of the catalog and continue to scroll up until you find the symbol.

To name variables use single letter symbols, A, B, C, ...

To enter keywords such as

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