Question about Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

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If the table contains experimental (statistical) data that you gathered and put in a table on the calculator, then I am sorry to say that if table is deleted there is no way to get the data back. You will have to renter it.

However if it is a table connected to a function you graphed then the table can be regenerated: Type in the function anew, press the table function key, then graph it.

However if it is a table connected to a function you graphed then the table can be regenerated: Type in the function anew, press the table function key, then graph it.

Oct 18, 2013 | Casio FX9750GII Graphic Calculator

try this one:

(first). Set up a function in the TI85. how?

Step 1. Press the [Y=] key to open the function editor.

Step 2. Type in the function you want in the Y1= line.

Step 3. Press [2nd] [QUIT].

(second). Create a table of numbers using the Y1 function.

Step 1. Press [2nd] [TBLSET] to open the table setup menu. On the line "Indpnt", highlight "Ask" and press enter. On the line "Depend", highlight "Auto" and press enter.

Step 2. Now press [2nd] [TABLE] , type in a value for "X", and press [ENTER].

Step 3. Continue typing more values for X to fill up the table.

(third). How can I see more decimal places for the numbers in a table?

Answer:

Step 1. Use the arrow keys to move the highlight over the number you are interested in seeing to more decimal places.

Step 2. Read the number at the bottom of the screen. You should be able to see anywhere from 9 to 14 significant figures for your number.

(fourth). Delete the numbers in a table by:

(The following procedure will work when the table setup has been set to ask for the values of the independent variable.)

Step 1. In the table screen, check the bottom of the screen to make sure that the cursor is not blinking at the bottom of the screen. If the cursor is blinking, press the [ENTER] key to stop the cursor from blinking.

Step 2. Use the arrow keys to move the highlight to the first number in the first column of the table (the "X" column).

Step 3. Press and hold the [DEL] key to delete the numbers in the first column of the table. The entire table should become clear with this procedure.

Thanks! I wish it can help you..

(first). Set up a function in the TI85. how?

Step 1. Press the [Y=] key to open the function editor.

Step 2. Type in the function you want in the Y1= line.

Step 3. Press [2nd] [QUIT].

(second). Create a table of numbers using the Y1 function.

Step 1. Press [2nd] [TBLSET] to open the table setup menu. On the line "Indpnt", highlight "Ask" and press enter. On the line "Depend", highlight "Auto" and press enter.

Step 2. Now press [2nd] [TABLE] , type in a value for "X", and press [ENTER].

Step 3. Continue typing more values for X to fill up the table.

(third). How can I see more decimal places for the numbers in a table?

Answer:

Step 1. Use the arrow keys to move the highlight over the number you are interested in seeing to more decimal places.

Step 2. Read the number at the bottom of the screen. You should be able to see anywhere from 9 to 14 significant figures for your number.

(fourth). Delete the numbers in a table by:

(The following procedure will work when the table setup has been set to ask for the values of the independent variable.)

Step 1. In the table screen, check the bottom of the screen to make sure that the cursor is not blinking at the bottom of the screen. If the cursor is blinking, press the [ENTER] key to stop the cursor from blinking.

Step 2. Use the arrow keys to move the highlight to the first number in the first column of the table (the "X" column).

Step 3. Press and hold the [DEL] key to delete the numbers in the first column of the table. The entire table should become clear with this procedure.

Thanks! I wish it can help you..

Feb 16, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-85 Calculator

Press 2ND [TBLSET] (the F2 key) to bring up the table setup screen. Enter a zero for the TblStart value. Press 2ND [TABLE] to get back to the table.

Feb 09, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

you mean edit - just do 2nd , then window, walla - use your arrows to navigate and reset numbers, sometimes you need the table setup for the statistic and probability calculations - get the ti for dummies, and there is a statistics ti 84 book also that helps a lot.

Jan 29, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

I believe your calculator is set up to do TABLE computations. In these computations you enter the function for which you want a table generated.

Press [SHIFT][9] to clear/reset the calculator. You should find a CLR marking on calculator near the 9 key.

You can also press [MODE] button and select [COMP], which is the general computational mode.

To have the calculator display all results in decimal format

Press [SHIFT][MODE] to enter (SETUP) and select [2:LineIO]

Press [SHIFT][9] to clear/reset the calculator. You should find a CLR marking on calculator near the 9 key.

You can also press [MODE] button and select [COMP], which is the general computational mode.

To have the calculator display all results in decimal format

Press [SHIFT][MODE] to enter (SETUP) and select [2:LineIO]

Aug 20, 2010 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

Sorry but after I finished the post I noticed that the questuin is for the Casio FX0115ES while I decribed the calculator part for the TI84PLUS. However, the procedure is valid for any calculator that can generate a table from a given function. You should be able to implement it on the Casio. Just read the part that tells you how to create a table from a function: You should look at MODE TABLE

V=Pi*(r^2)*h

which gives h=V/(Pi*r^2)

Take this expression for h and substitute in the expression for the total surface. This gives (after simplifications)

S=2*Pi*r^2 +2*V/r

Open the table setup editor (Read your manual for the Casio)

Press [2nd][WINDOW] to access the Tabble setup

Set table start =2

Set DeltaTbl=0.05 (You can take a smaller value if you want)

Set Indepnt to Auto

Set Depend to Auto

Press [2nd][QUIT] to return to main calculator screen

Open the [Y=] editor

Enter the expression for the surface above as Y1=, using X as variable Y1= 2*Pi*X^2 +2*375/X

Press [2nd][GRAPH] to create the (table)

This part is not calculator-specific

Display the table and, scroll down examining the Y1 values.

Find the value of X (ie r) where the Y1 value is the smallest.

The value of X (r) you read to the left of of the minimum value of Y1 is in centimeters (because 375 mL= 375 cm^3)

The r-value that minimizes the surface should be around 3.90cm

Substitute this value for r in the expression for h above, calculate the value of h.

V=Pi*(r^2)*h

which gives h=V/(Pi*r^2)

Take this expression for h and substitute in the expression for the total surface. This gives (after simplifications)

S=2*Pi*r^2 +2*V/r

Open the table setup editor (Read your manual for the Casio)

Press [2nd][WINDOW] to access the Tabble setup

Set table start =2

Set DeltaTbl=0.05 (You can take a smaller value if you want)

Set Indepnt to Auto

Set Depend to Auto

Press [2nd][QUIT] to return to main calculator screen

Open the [Y=] editor

Enter the expression for the surface above as Y1=, using X as variable Y1= 2*Pi*X^2 +2*375/X

Press [2nd][GRAPH] to create the (table)

This part is not calculator-specific

Display the table and, scroll down examining the Y1 values.

Find the value of X (ie r) where the Y1 value is the smallest.

The value of X (r) you read to the left of of the minimum value of Y1 is in centimeters (because 375 mL= 375 cm^3)

The r-value that minimizes the surface should be around 3.90cm

Substitute this value for r in the expression for h above, calculate the value of h.

May 09, 2010 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Here is a solution.

Graph the function over the domain [-Pi,+Pi]

Then press the [SHIFT][MENU] (SETUP) and in option [Dual Screen] select [G to T] Graph to table. The screen will be spilt in two, but the Table part remains empty.

Press [SHIFT][F1] (TRACE), the cross hair appears on screen.

Move it around on the curve

If you press [EXE] at a cross hair location, the table records the X and Y value. On the following screen capture, the exponential function is graphed along with sin(X) and the table is populated by selected values of the exponential.

Now rate all the solutions I provided for you

Graph the function over the domain [-Pi,+Pi]

Then press the [SHIFT][MENU] (SETUP) and in option [Dual Screen] select [G to T] Graph to table. The screen will be spilt in two, but the Table part remains empty.

Press [SHIFT][F1] (TRACE), the cross hair appears on screen.

Move it around on the curve

If you press [EXE] at a cross hair location, the table records the X and Y value. On the following screen capture, the exponential function is graphed along with sin(X) and the table is populated by selected values of the exponential.

Now rate all the solutions I provided for you

Feb 25, 2010 | Casio CFX-9850G Plus Calculator

- Press [2nd][WINDOW] to access the Table setup screen.
- Use down arrow to move focus to the line Indpnt: Auto Ask
- Use right arrow to highlight Ask and press [ENTER]
- Focus moves to line Depend: Auto Ask
- Use right arrow to higlight Ask and press [ENTER]
- Press [2nd][MODE] to (QUIT) the table configuration screen.
- You can now create your table.

Feb 07, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Sorry, the TI83/83Plus/84/84PLUS/ Silver edition do not have a key or a command to calculate a %, or enter a % symbol. They do not have Greek alphabet letters either.

However in the Finance application there is a TVM variable called tvm_I% but you cannot isolate the % symbol. Similarly, in the TABLE setup you have DeltaTbl variable that fixes the step in a table, but you cannot isolate the Delta symbol.

These are the native capabilities of this family of calculators, and that does not mean that there does not exist a third-party program that can do what you want. You can look on the ticalc.org website.

Just wondering, why would you need these particular symbols when they mean nothing to the calculator?

However in the Finance application there is a TVM variable called tvm_I% but you cannot isolate the % symbol. Similarly, in the TABLE setup you have DeltaTbl variable that fixes the step in a table, but you cannot isolate the Delta symbol.

These are the native capabilities of this family of calculators, and that does not mean that there does not exist a third-party program that can do what you want. You can look on the ticalc.org website.

Just wondering, why would you need these particular symbols when they mean nothing to the calculator?

Jan 14, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Hello,

Regardless of the way it looks, this huge number is just 1, written in scientific notation, with 9 decimal digits. This is due to the configuration of your calculator.

To revert to the default display mode, press [SHIFT][MODE][6:Fix] and select a number of decimal digits between 0 and 9.

If you do not like the [MathIO] (fractions, radicals) you can use the [SHIFT][MODE][2:LineIO]

Hope it helps.

Regardless of the way it looks, this huge number is just 1, written in scientific notation, with 9 decimal digits. This is due to the configuration of your calculator.

To revert to the default display mode, press [SHIFT][MODE][6:Fix] and select a number of decimal digits between 0 and 9.

If you do not like the [MathIO] (fractions, radicals) you can use the [SHIFT][MODE][2:LineIO]

Hope it helps.

Jun 03, 2009 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

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