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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Don't you need to find the distance from the mean and then square it. So for example, if the mean is 10 and the number that you dealing with is negative 15, on your calculator you would enter 10 - (-15) and hit enter and get 25.

Good luck.

Paul

Good luck.

Paul

Mar 15, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

The solution set of a linear inequality in two variables (x,y) is one half of the Cartesian plane. The half-plane may or may not contain the boundary line defined by the = sign. Thus it is expected that the calculator shades the relevant half-plane. If you are dealing with nonlinear inequalities the calculator shades inside or outside the curve.

When drawing multiple inequalities the Casio offers you the possibility to shade the regions where ALL conditions (ALL inequalities) are simultaneously satisfied. The other option is OR.

**If you are not interested in the shading do not draw inequalities, draw equations (with =)**.

When drawing multiple inequalities the Casio offers you the possibility to shade the regions where ALL conditions (ALL inequalities) are simultaneously satisfied. The other option is OR.

Aug 23, 2013 | Casio FX9750GII Graphic Calculator

Subtract 3 from both sides of the inequality to get

x>7

This tells you that any number greater than 7 satisfies the inequality.

x>7

This tells you that any number greater than 7 satisfies the inequality.

Feb 10, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

It seems that you are drawing Inequality Graphs.

A. If you are not drawing inequalities, kick the Ineqal application out of memory.

B. If you still want inequality drawing, but just for once want a function graph,

C. To kick The INEQUAL application from memory,

A. If you are not drawing inequalities, kick the Ineqal application out of memory.

B. If you still want inequality drawing, but just for once want a function graph,

- you can open the Y= editor. The operation sign (=, less than, less than or equal to,...) will be highlighted in your equation (inequality).
- Press the [ALPHA] key then press the [Y=] key to select the tab corresponding to the = sign.

C. To kick The INEQUAL application from memory,

- Press the [APPS] button.
- In the the new screen display (INEQUAL RUNNING), select [2:Quit Inequal]
- Return to the [Y=] editor screen to make sure that you have function graphs

Feb 17, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

On Casio calculators, inequality grap?ing has always been part of the OS. To perform inequality graphs, press the graph icon.

Press the F3 key to open the TYPE tab at the bottom of screen.

Use the F6 key to access other choices.The relational operators are then displayed and you can select the one you want to create the inequality function.

The casio manual is rather comprehensive and I am surprised that you could not find an answer to your questions. Did you leaf through it?

Press the F3 key to open the TYPE tab at the bottom of screen.

Use the F6 key to access other choices.The relational operators are then displayed and you can select the one you want to create the inequality function.

The casio manual is rather comprehensive and I am surprised that you could not find an answer to your questions. Did you leaf through it?

Dec 03, 2010 | Casio FX-9860G Graphic Calculator

Do you want to change from graphing functions to inequalities or the opposite? A complete sentence would help.

I am going to assume that you want to graph y=f(x) functions, but when you opened the Y= editor, you found unusual symbols.

If the is the case, then you must have run the Inequalz Application. It stays in memory and takes over the graphing from the native OS. Inequalz must be unloaded from memory to return control to the native OS.

Here is how to do it.

I am going to assume that you want to graph y=f(x) functions, but when you opened the Y= editor, you found unusual symbols.

If the is the case, then you must have run the Inequalz Application. It stays in memory and takes over the graphing from the native OS. Inequalz must be unloaded from memory to return control to the native OS.

Here is how to do it.

- Press the [APPS] key.
- In the list of Apps find Inequalz.
- Type the number in the list that corresponds to Inequalz and
- press ENTER
- The new screen displays INEQUAL RUNNING and 3 choices

- 1:Continue
- 2:Quit Inequal
- About

Jan 22, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

Hi,

You are running the application called** Inequalz**. It can be used to plot inequality graphs. You must uninstall it (NOT DELETE) to return to the normal calculator configuration.

Press [APPS]. Scroll down to find Inequalz. Highlight its number in the list and press {ENTER]. You will see a screen**Inequal Running** and

Your calculator will unload it out of memory.

Reset the RAM and restart the graphs.

Hope it helps.

You are running the application called

Press [APPS]. Scroll down to find Inequalz. Highlight its number in the list and press {ENTER]. You will see a screen

- Continue
- Quit Inequal
- 3:About.

Your calculator will unload it out of memory.

Reset the RAM and restart the graphs.

Hope it helps.

Dec 04, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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