Question about Casio fx-300ES Calculator
How do i input 60000 x 500 -0.415 into a scientific calculator to get learning curve effect
formulae is y=abX
Mathematically the experience curve is described by a power law function sometimes referred to as Henderson's Law:
If that is the law involved you enter it as follows
60000*500[ ^ ] [(-)] 0.415 [=] result should be 4550.705
[ ^ ] is the power key, between x-square and log
[(-)] is the change sign (or negation) key in the leftmost column, just above [RCL]
Hope it helps.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
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