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Go to calculator then on view tab click scientific calculator then you will see the xy you want to use.

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

If you know how to use a scientific calculator , just make your calculator a scientific one by clicking the view tab in your normal windows calculator then select scientific, and there you go...

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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Mar 07, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

If you know the values of a, b, c, and d you can calculate a+b, and c+d. No further simplification is possible.

Aug 28, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

- Select [Y=]
- Type equation
- Select [TRACE]
- Type value for X
- Select [ENTER]

Feb 23, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Assuming your two point coordinates are of the form (x1, y1) and (x2, y2).

There are two possible methods:

You can use the slope formula which is commonly known as "rise over run." To do this: slope = (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1) This means that the vertical distance covered by the two points divided by the horizontal distance covered by the two points is equal to the slope.

You can use your calculator's linear regression capabilities:

First step: Press the STAT button (next to the arrow keys toward the top right of your calculator).

Second: Select the first option, Edit...

Third: Under L1, enter your first x value, press enter, enter your second x value, press enter again.

Fourth: Under L2, enter your first y value, press enter, enter your second y value, press enter again.

Fifth: Press the STAT button again. Press the right arrow button to highlight CALC.

Sixth: Select the fourth option LinReg(ax+b).

Seventh: Press 2ND then 1 (L1 should show up on your screen). Then press the comma button (right above the number 7). Press 2ND then 2 (L2 should show up on your screen). Press ENTER.

Eighth: Once you press ENTER, several values will appear. The a value is the slope of the two coordinates.

There are two possible methods:

You can use the slope formula which is commonly known as "rise over run." To do this: slope = (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1) This means that the vertical distance covered by the two points divided by the horizontal distance covered by the two points is equal to the slope.

You can use your calculator's linear regression capabilities:

First step: Press the STAT button (next to the arrow keys toward the top right of your calculator).

Second: Select the first option, Edit...

Third: Under L1, enter your first x value, press enter, enter your second x value, press enter again.

Fourth: Under L2, enter your first y value, press enter, enter your second y value, press enter again.

Fifth: Press the STAT button again. Press the right arrow button to highlight CALC.

Sixth: Select the fourth option LinReg(ax+b).

Seventh: Press 2ND then 1 (L1 should show up on your screen). Then press the comma button (right above the number 7). Press 2ND then 2 (L2 should show up on your screen). Press ENTER.

Eighth: Once you press ENTER, several values will appear. The a value is the slope of the two coordinates.

Feb 03, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

Once the graph is drawn you can use the Calculate menu to find

You cannot find the location of an inflexion point as this requires the knowledge of the 2nd derivative of the function, and this calculator calculates the first derivative only. However, there may be 3rd-party programs that handle this, on ticalc.org website. Use at your own risk and under your sole responsibility.

To access the seven menu options above, you press [2nd][TRACE] to open the (CALC) menu. Use the Down and Up Arrows to move cursor along the menu options.

- 1:value, the value of the function at a point
- 2:Zero, the coordinate of a point where the function vanishes (has value zero)
- 3:minimum, the location of a point where the function has a minimum
- 4:maximum
- 5:intersect , the value of the function when it crosses the y-axis (y-intercept)
- 6:dy/dx, the value of the derivative of the function at a point.
- 7: Integral (f(x),dx)

You cannot find the location of an inflexion point as this requires the knowledge of the 2nd derivative of the function, and this calculator calculates the first derivative only. However, there may be 3rd-party programs that handle this, on ticalc.org website. Use at your own risk and under your sole responsibility.

To access the seven menu options above, you press [2nd][TRACE] to open the (CALC) menu. Use the Down and Up Arrows to move cursor along the menu options.

Oct 28, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

It is the [xy] key.

I hope this helps.

There is a guide online at this LINK.

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I hope this helps.

There is a guide online at this LINK.

If you could, please rate this post.

Mar 22, 2010 | Casio FX-260 Calculator

the Xy button, 10 Xy 2 = 100 (10 x 10)

to do a neg exp you have two options, one use brackets if calculator has them.....

10 Xy (-2) = 0.01

or two inverse your number, ie: make 10 into 1/10th, use fraction entry on calculator.

1/10 Xy 2 = 10 Xy (-2) = 0.01

to do a neg exp you have two options, one use brackets if calculator has them.....

10 Xy (-2) = 0.01

or two inverse your number, ie: make 10 into 1/10th, use fraction entry on calculator.

1/10 Xy 2 = 10 Xy (-2) = 0.01

May 31, 2008 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

Xy button

10 Xy 7 = 10,000,000

10 Xy 7 = 10,000,000

May 13, 2008 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

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