How to program or econonmic engeneering programs fore calsspad
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.
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Hello, 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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I don't know if you can do that on that calculator. Maybe someone has a detailed method of doing it. 35 years ago i had a nice programmable calculator that i could put numbers in different memories then run the program. I found a windows application.
I do not think you can. However you can find a simple program in the users manual that solves a linear system in two unkowns. There may be other third party programs you might transfer to the calculator. Check the hpcalc.org website
There is no program on the calculator to perform that calculation. You may wnat to search the Casio education web site for a row reduction program. I know there is on ein the Casio Program library for the FX-9750G Plus. But that resource requires to login onto the site.
The programs called applications are vailable on the education.ti.com web site. You can download them and transfer them to your calculator. The programs that you might see when you press PGRM key are programs written by the user or copied onto the calculator by transfer. There are a lot of programs availavle on the web at ticalc.org. Look for what you need, download to your computer and use TI Coonect to transfert them on your calculator. Whatever you choose to do is UNDER YOUR SOLE responsibility.
Hi Lexy, Chances are, your calculator has a program called "Transfrm" on it that is preventing the calculator from graphing more than one function at a time. Luckily this is easily remedied.
1) Turn calculator on and press the "APPS" key. 2) Scroll down (towards the bottom of the list) and find the "Transfrm" program. 3) With the program highlighted, press the "Enter" key. 4) Highlight the "Uninstall" option and press "Enter".
Once the program is uninstalled, the graphing function of the calculator should be working correctly, allowing you to graph more than one function at a time.
There is only one program for sheet metal pattern development written for the ti92plus/voyage200. It was written by my friend Keith Shaw and myself, and we sell the program (recently updated to solve a couple of bugs and add new programs), cost is £35 per calculator on a cd or £30 via email. See my tutorial demos on youtube for how to load and operate the programs. http://www.youtube.com/user/RobboLagger
Hi, A program, or an Application are both programs, but the former will be accessed through the program manager [PRGM] and the latter through application manager .[APPS] .If it is a program (in the context of the TI84Plus) you press [PRGM]. You see three menus [Exec [Edit] [New]. If there are any programs in the calculator, you should see them under [Exec] and under [Edit].
A. To RUN a program
To run a program already in calculator, you select its name under the [EXEC] menu and press [ENTER]. If you get an error message "undefined" it is most certainly due a variable or parameter used in the program without its being defined first.
This is programming error that must be corrected by editing the program.
Usually you get a QUIT or GOTO in the error message.
Press the number corresponding to GOTO and the cursor will be at the place where the error occurs
If a program is archived (it has an asterisk in front of it name) you cannot run it. It must be unarchived first.
B. To edit a program
To edit a program already in calculator, you select its name under the [EDIT] menu and press [ENTER].
If you are allowed to edit it, you will be able to enter, delete and modify commands.
To do so, you must know the programming language of the TI84Plus.
If a program is archived (it has an asterisk in front of it name) you cannot edit. It must be unarchived first.
Hope it helps. Thank you for rating this solution.
Hi, This is not the normal behavior of the calculator. What third party games or programs do to the calculator, I have no idea. Terminate the game or application or program that was running either from inside the program (Press the first row keys to find EXIT, or END) or with [2nd][QUIT] or reset the memory. To do the last press [2nd][MEM][7:Reset][1:All Ram][2:Reset][ENTER]ENTER]. Press [CLEAR] to erase the Ram cleared message.