Question about Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

Whenever i go to expand a problem, i just get numbers separated by commers. However when i used to do this all the answers with their co efficient would come up. Does anyone know how to fix this?

Thanks?

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Hello,

I don't quite understand what you mean by expand a problem. The **expand(** command is used to develop expressions such as (ax+b)^2.

For this expression the calculator will give **a^2.x^2+2.a.b.x+b^2**, which is the correct answer. The dots stand for the multiplication sign.

If you tell us what you are trying to do, we might be able to advise you better.

Hope it helps.

Posted on Oct 10, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Open up keyboard, go to 'cat' tab and scroll down to get ' <( ' symbol.

Input the magnitude followed by angle separated by a comma (E.g. <(15,10) ). The first element in the bracket is the magnitude of the phasor while the second element is the angle.

To do phasor addition simply add more of the '<(' symbol. (E.g. <(15,10) + <(12,5) is the addition of phasor_1 with magnitude 15 and angle 10 and phasor_2 with magnitude 12 and angle 5 ).

Note: the symbol ' <( ' appears at the very bottom of the list and the '<' symbol is actually more flat in appearance like how a normal phasor is usually represented.

Input the magnitude followed by angle separated by a comma (E.g. <(15,10) ). The first element in the bracket is the magnitude of the phasor while the second element is the angle.

To do phasor addition simply add more of the '<(' symbol. (E.g. <(15,10) + <(12,5) is the addition of phasor_1 with magnitude 15 and angle 10 and phasor_2 with magnitude 12 and angle 5 ).

Note: the symbol ' <( ' appears at the very bottom of the list and the '<' symbol is actually more flat in appearance like how a normal phasor is usually represented.

Apr 09, 2014 | Casio ClassPad 330 Graphing Calculator

You do not need any driver for the ClassPad 330. You connect it through the USB port. If it came with the ClassPad manager 32 bits application, just install it. Windows 64 bits system have a 32 bits subsystem to run 32 bit applications.

**Google translate (without accents)**

Usted no necesita ningun controlador driver para la ClassPad 330. Se conecta a traves del puerto USB. Si viene con el gestor de aplicaciones de 32 bits ClassPad, solo lo instale. Sistema Windows de 64 bits tienen un subsistema de 32 bits para ejecutar aplicaciones de 32 bits.

Usted no necesita ningun controlador driver para la ClassPad 330. Se conecta a traves del puerto USB. Si viene con el gestor de aplicaciones de 32 bits ClassPad, solo lo instale. Sistema Windows de 64 bits tienen un subsistema de 32 bits para ejecutar aplicaciones de 32 bits.

Mar 03, 2014 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

Here is a screen capture that may help you. Variable must be x. Be careful what type of brackets you use to enclose the arguments. use the ones that are on the same line as Pi, theta, i.

Sep 19, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

I am not sure about what you want. The expression is in its most compact form. So I am assuming you want to exapnd it. The command for that is exapnd( . Just type it using the keyboard or look for it under the Action>Transformation menu.

**expand((x+5)^6)** [EXE]

Here is a screen capture of what you should get. Notice that I cleared all 1-letter variables to erase any value stored in**x**.

Here is a screen capture of what you should get. Notice that I cleared all 1-letter variables to erase any value stored in

Jul 11, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

I believe you are using the wrong syntax for the commands.

diff ( function, variable) Example: diff (sin(x^2), x) sgould give you 2.x.cos(x^2)

expand( will expand an expression that has parentheses: expand( (a+b)^2) will give a^2+2a.b+b^2

Integrate $

$ ( tan^-1(x), x) willl give x.tan^-1(x) -(1/2) ln ('x^2+1')

Check the syntax of a command before using it. You will find the list of all comands and their syntax in the reference manual.

diff ( function, variable) Example: diff (sin(x^2), x) sgould give you 2.x.cos(x^2)

expand( will expand an expression that has parentheses: expand( (a+b)^2) will give a^2+2a.b+b^2

Integrate $

$ ( tan^-1(x), x) willl give x.tan^-1(x) -(1/2) ln ('x^2+1')

Check the syntax of a command before using it. You will find the list of all comands and their syntax in the reference manual.

Aug 22, 2011 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

This is valid for the ClassPad 300Plus (OS version 2.2) but it should work for the ClassPad 330 OS version 3.x

In the MAIN menu screen press the Action menu, then Transformation sub menu. At the bottom of the drop down list you have dms an toDMS.

If you enter t**oDMS(18.58)** you get **dms(18,34,48)**. Then if you use **dms( **on the calculated result: **dms(ans) **you get **18.58**

So if you have a result in deg, min, sec you convert it to decimal degrees by making use of the**dms(** command.

In the MAIN menu screen press the Action menu, then Transformation sub menu. At the bottom of the drop down list you have dms an toDMS.

If you enter t

So if you have a result in deg, min, sec you convert it to decimal degrees by making use of the

May 12, 2011 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

It depends. If the ClassPad has OS 1.x you can upgrade it to 2.x freely. However you need to buy (separately) the ClassPad manager 3.x to be able to upgrade the OS to version 3.x. After that further upgrades appear to be free.

Feb 05, 2011 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

This is valid for the ClassPad 300Plus (OS version 2.2) but it should work for the ClassPad 330 OS version 3.x

In the MAIN menu screen press the Action menu, then Transformation sub menu. At the bottom of the drop down list you have dms an toDMS.

If you enter t**oDMS(18.58)** you get **dms(18,34,48)**. Then if you use **dms( **on the calculated result: **dms(ans) **you get **18.58**

So if you have a result in deg, min, sec you convert it to decimal degrees by making use of the**dms(** command.

In the MAIN menu screen press the Action menu, then Transformation sub menu. At the bottom of the drop down list you have dms an toDMS.

If you enter t

So if you have a result in deg, min, sec you convert it to decimal degrees by making use of the

Jan 30, 2011 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

This is valid for the ClassPad 300Plus (OS version 2.2) but it should work for the ClassPad 330 OS version 3.x

In the MAIN menu screen press the Action menu, then Transformation sub menu. At the bottom of the drop down list you have dms an toDMS.

If you enter t**oDMS(18.58)** you get **dms(18,34,48)**. Then if you use **dms( **on the calculated result: **dms(ans) **you get **18.58**

So if you have a result in deg, min, sec you convert it to decimal degrees by making use of the**dms(** command.

In the MAIN menu screen press the Action menu, then Transformation sub menu. At the bottom of the drop down list you have dms an toDMS.

If you enter t

So if you have a result in deg, min, sec you convert it to decimal degrees by making use of the

Sep 06, 2010 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

I bought a classpad 300 plus but I dont know how to operate it. I saw some books for classpad 300 and I really want to buy some. However everytime I try to buy, there is always a classpad that goes with the books . Can I buy books for classpad with out buying a calculator anymore?

Sep 13, 2007 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

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