This is for strapattack. i dont know how you can change your decimal answer into a percent but i know how you can change it into a simplified fraction.
highlight the decimal then click a button on the top of the screen. i cant describe the button... it has a fraction in it i think. i am not sure but try it out. i am sure you can figure it out.
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?
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The calculator did solve the equation and give you the result. But
because the function is periodic there is an infinite number of angles
that satisfy the equations. That is where the constantn(1) intervenes. constantn(1) is the ClassPad way of signifying an arbitrary integer.
Your solutions are x=-3/2 plus or minus 6 times N, where N is an arbitrary integer.
This is valid for the ClassPad 300Plus (OS version 2.2) but it should work for the ClassPad 330 OS version 3.x
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 toDMS(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.
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.
you need the installing cd that comes with the package install the add-in application thingy....
connect your classpad to the computer run the add-in application on the computer...
hope this helps all =D