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I cannot highlight or move a backgammon piece withthe cursor, because the whole screen moves when I attempt to do so.
How are you moving the cursor? Is it time to change the batteries in the mouse, if it's cordless...
Use the scroll wheel and the CONTROL key - spin the wheel back and see if the screen shrinks. Then click elsewhere on the screen to make sure you're not dragging the whole gameboard around.
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Rules of play
Each player has nine pieces, or "men", which move among the board's twenty-four spots. The object of the game is to leave the opposing player with fewer than three pieces or, as in checkers, no legal moves.
The game begins with an empty board. Players take turns placing their pieces on empty spots. If a player is able to form a straight row of three pieces along one of the board's lines (i.e. not diagonally), he has a "mill" and may remove one of his opponent's pieces from the board; removed pieces may not be placed again. Players must remove any other pieces first before removing a piece from a formed mill. Once all eighteen pieces have been used, players take turns moving.
Moving the pieces
To move, a player slides one of his pieces along a board line to an empty adjacent spot. If he cannot do so, he has lost the game.
As in the placement stage, a player who aligns three of his pieces on a board line has a mill and may remove one of his opponent's pieces, avoiding the removal of pieces in mills if at all possible.
Any player reduced to two pieces is unable to remove any more opposing pieces and thus loses the game.
In one common variation, once a player is reduced to three pieces, his pieces may "fly", "hop" or "jump" to any empty spots, not only adjacent ones. Some sources of the rules say this is the way the game is played, some treat it as a variation, and some don't mention it at all. A '19th Century Games Manual
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First, Press the "MATRX" button
Next, enter a matrix into the calculator. To enter a matrix, press the arrow that points to the right two times when the cursor highlights letter "A." This moves the top cursor to "Edit." Press "Enter" to select the "Edit" option.
Next,, enter the matrix's numbers into the matrix on the calculator. Press "Enter" to move the cursor over one column. Press a button that has a dash symbol within parenthesis [( - )] to move down one row. Repeat the steps until the matrix is completed.
Next, Press "2nd" then "Mode" to go back to the home screen. Press "MATRX" to enter the matrix screen again.
Finally, press "Enter" when the cursor highlights matrix "A" then press "[x^ -1]." Your screen should read "[A]^ -1." Press "Enter" again to display the inverse matrix.
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