Please could someone show me how to get surds on this calculator or a program that could do it i really need it for my a levels thank you

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SOURCE: How to find the "!" button on Casio fx-9750 PLUS?

- In RUN screen enter the number
- Press OPTN
- Then press F6> to go to next page pf TABs
- Press F3:PROB
- Press F1:x! and EXE

Posted on Apr 07, 2011

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The calculator can't identify that this is a surd unless you input it as a surd, ie as 3/(4*sqrt(5))= when it will then show the equivalent form 3*sqrt(5)/20 (obtained by multiplying top and bottom by sqrt(5)) and you can swap between the two forms using the S<>D button. Even adding the next 4 decimal places (hidden) won't allow the calculator to identify the underlying surd as this is simply too complcated a calculation.

Posted on Jun 30, 2011

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The variable theta is reserved for polar plots. So if you want to graph functions of the form y= expression, you must use the default variable x. Thus draw y=sin(X). Make sure your calculator is configured with the correct angle unit (degree or radian).

If you use degrees the window dimensions for x must cover an interval of 360 degrees, to have a full period. If angle unit is radian, then choose an x-interval between [-pi and pi] or between [0 and 2pi]

Posted on Oct 30, 2011

SOURCE: on my casio fx-82au plus calculator it won't

The capability of these calculators to handle irrational numbers in radical form is limited to square roots. Roots of index other than 2 are always displayed in their decimal representation.

If the calculator IO mode is set to MathIO, square roots will be displayed with the radical symbol. More complicated expressions with square roots might not be preserved and will be given as decimal numbers.

Posted on Nov 01, 2012

I wonder what Lagrange Problem you have in mind.

Dec 07, 2016 | Casio Office Equipment & Supplies

Just wondering if the other functions are working.

The manual references setting up angle unit and setting up the "comp for mode" in the setup.

The keys you should be pressing to do this calculation are on page 51 (2-31) of the attached manual.

http://support.casio.com/manualfile.php?rgn=5&cid=004002013

Good luck. If unsuccessful, please repost.

Paul

The manual references setting up angle unit and setting up the "comp for mode" in the setup.

The keys you should be pressing to do this calculation are on page 51 (2-31) of the attached manual.

http://support.casio.com/manualfile.php?rgn=5&cid=004002013

Good luck. If unsuccessful, please repost.

Paul

Nov 03, 2016 | Casio FX-9750GII Graphing Calculator

The capability of these calculators to handle irrational numbers in radical form is limited to square roots. Roots of index other than 2 are always displayed in their decimal representation.

If the calculator IO mode is set to MathIO, square roots will be displayed with the radical symbol. More complicated expressions with square roots might not be preserved and will be given as decimal numbers.

If the calculator IO mode is set to MathIO, square roots will be displayed with the radical symbol. More complicated expressions with square roots might not be preserved and will be given as decimal numbers.

Oct 31, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

If you want to learn how to program this calculator, I suggest you visit the Casio World website to download a copy of the manual for the FX-9750GPlus (the older version of the calculator). The last chapters contain sample programs you can type in your calculator. Study the programs specially the Input/Output and a few commands and experiment with them. With practice you will graduate to more involved programming.

Here is the link to the website to download the manual.

On the site you will also find a link to the program library for the FX-9750GPlus. Download them and transfer them on the calculator.

Here is the link to the website to download the manual.

On the site you will also find a link to the program library for the FX-9750GPlus. Download them and transfer them on the calculator.

Oct 30, 2011 | Casio FX-9750GPlus Calculator

The variable theta is reserved for polar plots. So if you want to graph functions of the form y= expression, you must use the default variable x. Thus draw y=sin(X). Make sure your calculator is configured with the correct angle unit (degree or radian).

If you use degrees the window dimensions for x must cover an interval of 360 degrees, to have a full period. If angle unit is radian, then choose an x-interval between [-pi and pi] or between [0 and 2pi]

If you use degrees the window dimensions for x must cover an interval of 360 degrees, to have a full period. If angle unit is radian, then choose an x-interval between [-pi and pi] or between [0 and 2pi]

Sep 18, 2011 | Casio FX-9750GPlus Calculator

The calculator can't identify that this is a surd unless you input it as a surd, ie as 3/(4*sqrt(5))= when it will then show the equivalent form 3*sqrt(5)/20 (obtained by multiplying top and bottom by sqrt(5)) and you can swap between the two forms using the S<>D button. Even adding the next 4 decimal places (hidden) won't allow the calculator to identify the underlying surd as this is simply too complcated a calculation.

Jun 08, 2011 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

- In RUN screen enter the number
- Press OPTN
- Then press F6> to go to next page pf TABs
- Press F3:PROB
- Press F1:x! and EXE

Mar 26, 2011 | Casio FX-9750GPlus Calculator

No, your calculator cannot factor polynomials. You need a calculator that has a CAS (computer Algebra System)

Yes Casio sells calculators with CAS: The FX-Algebra 2.0 and 1.0, the FX-9860GPLUS/GII SD, the GRAPH85 or 80 and the Graph 100+. You also have the CLASSPAD Series 300PLUS and 330.

TI and HP also have CAS calculators.

Texas Instruments

TI 89 /Titanium, Voyage 200PLT, TI92PLUS (discontinued), TI Inspire CAS.

Hewlet-Packard

HP 48G/G+/GX, HP40G, HP49G/G+ and the top of the line HP50G

Yes Casio sells calculators with CAS: The FX-Algebra 2.0 and 1.0, the FX-9860GPLUS/GII SD, the GRAPH85 or 80 and the Graph 100+. You also have the CLASSPAD Series 300PLUS and 330.

TI and HP also have CAS calculators.

Texas Instruments

TI 89 /Titanium, Voyage 200PLT, TI92PLUS (discontinued), TI Inspire CAS.

Hewlet-Packard

HP 48G/G+/GX, HP40G, HP49G/G+ and the top of the line HP50G

Oct 28, 2010 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

No, it does not. You will need a graphing calculator such as the Casio FX-9750G Plus or the newer version FX-9750 GII.

Sep 19, 2010 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

http://office.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/casio/casio_calculator_product_list.html

that has a really good manual on just about every casio product.

that has a really good manual on just about every casio product.

Sep 12, 2009 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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