Question about Sharp EL-506 Calculator
I want to interpolate using this calculator
Posted by Anonymous on
In Stat mode (press MODE 1) choose the type of data you are working with, e.g linear or quadratic data.
Type in your data points by typing in the x-value pressing (x,y) button, the y-value and CHANGE.
Once you have entered all your data press the ON button.
If you want to predict or interpolate the x value given the y value, you need to type in the y-value and press 2nd F and the ( button. Do you see above ( there is an orange x'?
To predict the y-value, type in the given x-value and then press 2nd F and ) button. Again above this button in orange you will see y'.
If you would like the equation of the line you will see a blue a, b and c above the ( button, ) button and x button. Use the ALPHA to access these functions.
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