Question about Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator
Hi iam a user of this nice calculator but i have no idea how to program in this calculator because its veru hard to do it, can you give me some tips on how to put an equation to be a program please. I would be very thankfull for this.
Thank you for your time FELIPE
I would like to help but I do not have the ClassPad manager to grab calculator screens (my trial license just expired). If you download the manual you can see in chapter 12 how to do programming on this calculator.
Here is the link to the Spanish version. If that is not the one you want, just click the world.casio.com link, choose the area where you reside, click support, then manuals, then calculators, If you are invited to agree, click I agree. Under Scientific Graphic Calculators find the manual that corresponds to your calculator OS version, or the ClassPad300 series.
These past few days, I have been trying to downlaod documenst from the site and the downloads never completed, so I had to killl the processes.
Hope it helps.
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