Question about Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

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This is not a graphing calculator. Besides, most graphing calculators are able to graph functions, and conics are not functions. You need a utility that graphs conics. The Casio FX-9750G and others have a conics utility. On the TI83/84 Plus you can download an application that draws them.

Posted on Oct 30, 2013

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I would look online on the manufacturers website, or call your local hardware store

Mar 21, 2015 | Ellington EPS48BC3LK Ellipse Brushed...

The simplest way is

X1=cos(T)

Y1=sin(T)

Set angle unit to radians,

Set the Zoom window to SQR (square), otherwise your circle will look like an ellipse.

X1=cos(T)

Y1=sin(T)

Set angle unit to radians,

Set the Zoom window to SQR (square), otherwise your circle will look like an ellipse.

Sep 04, 2014 | Casio FX9750GII Graphic Calculator

I am afraid I do not understand what you want exactly (ellipse, parallelepiped?). The area of an ellipse with semi-major axis **a** and semi-minor axis **b** is given by

Area=PI*a*b

Area=PI*a*b

Nov 25, 2013 | Ellipse Visor 91810 - Red Line

Sure it does! Did you ask it to graph?Here are some screen captures to help you find your way.

To draw functions (regular, parametric, polar, sequences) use the application graph: Highloghted on 1st screen capture. The second screen captures shows you the functions y=f(x). enter a legal expression and press F6 Draw. To set TYPE press the key under TYPE.

To draw conics (circles, parabolas, hyperbolas, and ellipses) use the CONiCS applications. (See 3rd screen ). On 4th capture the equation highlight is one for the parabola. y=x^2

Scroll down or up examining the small graphs. They will show you which equation form to choose.

For the circles

To draw functions (regular, parametric, polar, sequences) use the application graph: Highloghted on 1st screen capture. The second screen captures shows you the functions y=f(x). enter a legal expression and press F6 Draw. To set TYPE press the key under TYPE.

To draw conics (circles, parabolas, hyperbolas, and ellipses) use the CONiCS applications. (See 3rd screen ). On 4th capture the equation highlight is one for the parabola. y=x^2

Scroll down or up examining the small graphs. They will show you which equation form to choose.

For the circles

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Feb 04, 2010 | MGE Pulsar Ellipse 800 (89363) UPS System

hi try this link but i only come with user manual only

http://office.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/mge_ups_systems/800.html

http://office.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/mge_ups_systems/800.html

Jun 02, 2009 | MGE Pulsar Ellipse 800 (89363) UPS System

I'm not sure what your ellipse looks like but the equation for the area of an ellipse is given by:

pi times the long axis times the short axis

pi = 3.1416

The length of the long axis is from the center of the ellipse to the outer edge of the ellipse

The length of the short axis is from the center of the ellipse to the outer edge of the ellipse

Hope this helps Loringh

pi times the long axis times the short axis

pi = 3.1416

The length of the long axis is from the center of the ellipse to the outer edge of the ellipse

The length of the short axis is from the center of the ellipse to the outer edge of the ellipse

Hope this helps Loringh

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