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CFX-9850GB PLUS CFX-9950GB PLUS
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Loading Program Library Programs
This calculator comes with a built-in Program Library that provides you with a collection of application programs. Unlike programs you input yourself, you must use the procedure described below to load Program Library programs into memory before you can run them. The Program Library is divided into sub-libraries. You cannot edit or reference the contents of a Program Library program.
To load the program FACT (JAPAN sub-library)
1. On the icon menu, select
2. Use the function keys to execute the LOAD command.
3. Use the and cursor keys and sub-library and then the program.
w to select first the
cc.) JAPAN w (cc.) FACT w
(The message Load Complete! appears for about one second. After that, the display returns to normal.)
You can also jump to a specific location in the sub-library by inputting a letter. Inputting the letter F ( ), for example, causes the highlighting to jump to the first program name in the sub-library that starts with F. The message Memory Full! appears for about one second when there is not enough memory to store the program. Delete data you no longer need and try again.
The screen shown to the right appears when a program with the same name as the one you are trying to load already exists in memory. Perform one of the following key operations when this happens.
YES NO AC
1. Replaces the existing program with the one you are loading. 6. Skips the program with the same name and continues with the load
A. Aborts the load operation.
A to return to the Program List screen.
Now you can run the program using the same procedures that you use to run your own programs.
Executing some programs change the setting of your calculator. Be sure to check your calculator settings before executing a new program. Access the Web site at the following URL for detailed descriptions of each program does and how to use them: http://world.casio.com/edu_e/
1-1 Binomial Probability Distribution
Description : Produces a binomial probability distribution table. File Name : BINPROB
1-2 Differential Equation Plot
Description : Draws the graph for any differential equation. File Name : D.E.PLOT * This program requires input of a formula in area Y1 of the Graph Mode.
Description : Finds the difference between each successive pair of values in a list (List 1) and stores the results in another list (List 2). File Name : DIFFLIST
1-4 Differential Equation
Description : Draws the direction field diagram for any differential equation. File Name : DIRECFLD * This program requires input of a formula in area Y1 of the Graph Mode.
Description : Draws part of the Mandelbrot Set of fractals. File Name : MANDLBRT
2-1 Acceleration Meter
Description : Measures acceleration using a strip of aluminum that is bent by inertia. Probe File Name : Light Probe : ACCELA
Light hole Light probe
2-2 Measurement of Velocity and Acceleration Using a Bar Code
Description : Measures velocity and acceleration of a bar code passing in front of a light probe. Probe File Name : Light Probe : BAR V,A
Light probe To EA-100 Seal off from external light
Bar code Light Minimize friction
2-3 Breathing Capacity
Description : Measures breathing capacity in accordance with the speed of rotating blades. Probe File Name : Light Probe : BREATH
Aluminum or plastic rod Aluminum plate to hold probe
Thick paper fins
2-4 Digital Calipers
Description : Determines the distance between the two terminals of the calipers and produces it as a value on the display. Probe File Name : Voltage Probe : CALIPERS
Black (G, )
Variable resistor (Type A, 10k)
Red (+5 to 10V) Blue (+) To voltage probes
Description : Plots temperature values measured by the EA-100 every second for one minute. Probe File Name : Temperature Probe : DISPLAY
2-6 Range Finder
Description : Measures the distance to an object in accordance with its distance and direction (angle) from two reference points. Probe File Name : Voltage Probe : DISTANCE
a x = tan
x tan = a
Variable resistor (Type A, 10k) E2 Red (+5 to 10V) Blue (+) To voltage probes
(Affix guide B to variable resistor tab B.)
2-7 Electric Charge Curve of a Capacitor
Description : Shows changes in capacitor terminal voltage. Probe File Name : Voltage Probe : ELECHARG
Charge to 3 to 5V
2-8 Electrical Potential Surface
Description : Measures and graphs the distribution of electric potential on the surface of a paper. Probe File Name : Voltage Probe : ELEPOTSF
terminal (fixed) Move + terminal during measurement Attach terminal Paste conductive paper to thick paper Use pencil to draw gridline
* Change the set up screens Fix setting to 1 before executing this program.
2-9 Free Fall of Ball and Repulsion Coefficient
Description : Graphs the height, speed, and changes in acceleration over time of a falling ball, and determines the repulsion coefficient from the height of the rebound. Probe File Name : Motion Detector : FREEFALL
Volley ball, basket ball, etc.
2-10 Distance from Light Source and Intensity
Description : Determines the relationship between the distance from a light source and illuminance. Probes File Name : Light Prove, Motion Detector : LIGHTINT
Direction of motion Light sensor To EA-100 Motion detector Book or other support
Light bulb inside of cardboard box with hole
2-11 Lissajous Curves
Description : Produces a Lissajous curve using two sine waves for which a simple integral ratio is established. Probes File Name : Two Voltage Probes : LISSAJOU
Low-frequency Oscillator Low-frequency Oscillator
2-12 Melting Point of p-dichlorobenzene
Description : Determines the melting point of pdichlorobenzene. Probe File Name : Temperature Probe : MELTPNT
2-13 Simple Pendulum
Description : Produces a sine wave based on the movement of a simple pendulum. Probe File Name : Voltage Probe : PENDULUM
Variable resistor Red (+5 to 10V) (Type A, 10k ) Blue (+) To voltage probes Black (G, )
2-14 Measurement of pH with Colorimetric Density Meter
500ml brown beaker
Opening for test tube
Description : Measures the acidity of rainwater. Probe File Name : Light Probe : PHMEASUR
Light probe LED Made of three film cases Upper and lower test tube openings
2-15 Measurement of Velocity and Acceleration from Three Points
Description : Measures velocity and acceleration of a moving object using three light probes placed along its path. Probes File Name : Three Light Probes : PNT V,A
2-16 Temperature Titration
Description : Determines the neutralization point of an acid and an alkali (base). Probe File Name : Temperature Probe : TEMPTIT
Paper cups (or Styrofoam cups) Temperature probe
Enclose is plastic or other material
Description : Draws chaos fractals. The following programs are provided: CAOSI1, CAOSI2, CAOSI3, CAOSI4.
3-2 Greatest Common Measure
Description : Determines the greatest common measure for two integers (a and b) using Euclidean general division. File Name : CMN * See Chapter 22 of your Users Guide.
3-3 Prime Factor Analysis
Description : Produces prime factors of any positive integers. File Name : FACT
3-4 Iterated Function System
Description : Draws fractals. File Name : IFPLOT * This program requires input of a matrix named Mat A.
3-5 Rotating a Figure
Description : Graphs rotation of any geometric figure. File Name : ROTATE * See Chapter 22 of your Users Guide.
3-6 Julia Set and Mandelbrot Set
Description : Draws Julia set and Mandelbrot set fractals. The following programs are provided: SAFESET1, SAFESET2, SAFESET3, SAFESET4.
Description : Uses mean (sample mean) and sample standard deviation to obtain a t-test value. File Name : T TEST * See Chapter 22 of your Users Guide. 9
3-8 Circle and Tangents
Description : Obtains the slope and intercept from lines that are tangent to a circle. File Name : TANGENT * See Chapter 22 of your Users Guide.
3-9 Linear Transformation
Description : Performs rotation, parallel displacement, and magnification of a graphic image. File Name : TRANSFER
4-1 Mandelbrot Fractal
Description : Draws built-in Mandelbrot set fractals. The following programs are provided: NM-O-I, NM-O-I-B, NMAND2Z, NMAND3R.
Description : Computes standard amortization calculations involved with annuities and loans: present value, future value, loan payments, and sinking fund payments. File Name : AMORTIZE
5-2 Bond Calculation
Description : Performs bond calculations. File Name : BONDMAIN
5-3 Powers of Complex Numbers
Description : Finds any power of a complex number. File Name : CMPLXPWR * Change the set up screens Angle setting to Rad (radians) before executing this program.
5-4 Complex Roots
Description : Finds and displays the N complex solutions of ZN = c, where c is any complex (or real) number and N is a positive integer. File Name : CMPLXRT * Change the set up screens Angle setting to Rad (radians) before executing this program.
5-5 Double Integral
Description : Numerically approximates a double integral using the following formula:
a f f6 (x, y) dA = f6 (oi, pi) A xiyi
5-6 Eulers Method
Description : Plots the Eulers method solution of the following differential equation: dy/dx = f6 (x, y) File Name : EULER
Description : Uses exponential smoothing and the Holt-Winters forecasting model to predict future values from a chronological series of data. File Name : FORECAST
5-8 Fundamental Theorem
Description : Numerically solves the differential equation dy/dx = f6 (x), and plots the antiderivax tive F(x) = F(a) + a f6(t)dt. File Name : FUNDTHM
5-9 Conic Section Graph
Description : Graphs F (x, y) as a conic section graph. File Name : IMPGRAPH
5-10 Linear Programming
Description : Solves a linear programming problem by the simplex method. File Name : LINPROG
5-11 Prime or Composite Number
Description : Determines whether a number is prime or composite, and returns the lowest prime divisor for a composite number. File Name : PRIME
5-12 Riemann Sum
Description : Approximates an integral by a Riemann sum:
a f6 (x) dx = f6 (oi) A x
5-13 Row Reduce Matrix A
Description : Row reduces Matrix A to reduce row echelon form. File Name : ROWREDA
5-14 Slope Field
Description : Graphs the slope field of the following differential equation:
dy = f6 (x, y) dx
File Name : SLOPEFLD
5-15 Triple Integral
Description : Numerically approximates a triple integral using the following formula:
a f f f6 (x, y, z) dV = f6 (oi, pi, zi) A xiAyiAzi
b f3 f 5
5-16 Time Value of Money
Description : Produces financial graphs based on data provided for any two of the following factors: future value (FV), payment amount (PMT), interest rate (I%), number of payments (n), and present value (PV). File Name : TVMMAIN
6-1 Fibonacci Sequence Generator
Description : Calculates the n-th number in the Fibonacci sequence. File Name : FIBGEN
Description : Displays the area and three angles of a triangle. File Name : TRI * Change the set up screens Angle setting to Deg (degrees) before executing this program.
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Appendix A Resetting the Calculator Appendix B Power Supply Appendix C Error Message Table Appendix D Input Ranges Appendix E Specifications
Appendix A Resetting the Calculator
Warning! The procedure described here clears all memory contents. Never perform this operation unless you want to totally clear the memory of the calculator. If you need the data currently stored in memory, be sure to write it down somewhere before performing the RESET operation.
uTo reset the calculator
1. Highlight the MEM icon on the main menu and then press w, or press t.
2. Use c to move the highlighting down to Reset and then press w.
3. Press 1 (YES) to reset the calculator or 6 (NO) to abort the operation without resetting anything.
4. Press m. P.11 If the display appears to dark or dim after you reset the calculator, adjust the contrast.
Resetting the Calculator If the calculator stops operating correctly for some reason, use a thin, pointed object to press the P button on the back of the calculator. This should make the RESET screen appear on the display. Perform the procedure to complete the RESET operation.
Pressing the P button while an internal calculation is being performed will cause all data in memory to be deleted.
This calculator is powered by four AAA-size (LR03 (AM4) or R03 (UM-4)) batteries. In addition, it uses a single CR2032 lithium battery as a back up power supply for the memory. If the following message appears on the display, immediately turn off the calculator and replace batteries.
If you try to continue using the calculator, it will automatically turn off in order to protect memory contents. You will not be able to turn power back on until you replace batteries. Be sure to replace the main batteries at least once every two years, no matter how much you use the calculator during that time. The batteries that come with this calculator discharge slightly during shipment and storage. Because of this, they may require replacement sooner than the normal expected battery life. Warning! All memory contents will be deleted if you remove both the main power supply and the memory back up batteries at the same time. If you ever remove both batteries, correctly reload them and then perform the reset operation.
k Replacing Batteries
Precautions: Incorrectly using batteries can cause them to burst or leak, possibly damaging the interior of the calculator. Note the following precautions: Be sure that the positive (+) and negative () poles of each battery are facing in the proper directions. Never mix batteries of different types. Never mix old batteries and new ones. Never leave dead batteries in the battery compartment. Remove the batteries if you do not plan to use the calculator for long periods. Never try to recharge the batteries supplied with the calculator. Do not expose batteries to direct heat, let them become shorted, or try to take them apart.
(Should a battery leak, clean out the battery compartment of the calculator immediately, taking care to avoid letting the battery fluid come into direct contact with your skin.) Keep batteries out of the reach of small children. If swallowed, consult with a physician immediately.
uTo replace the main power supply batteries
* Never remove the main power supply and the memory back up batteries from the calculator at the same time. * Never turn on the calculator while the main power supply batteries are removed or not loaded correctly. Doing so can cause memory data to be deleted and malfunction of the calculator. If mishandling of batteries causes such problems, correctly load batteries and then perform the RESET operation to resume normal operation. * Be sure to replace all four batteries with new ones. 1. Press !O to turn off the calculator. Warning! * Be sure to turn the calculator off before replacing batteries. Replacing batteries with power on will cause data in memory to be deleted. 2. Making sure that you do not accidently press the o key, attach the case to the calculator and then turn it over.
3. Remove the back cover from the calculator by pulling with your finger at the point marked 1. 4. Remove the four old batteries. 5. Load a new set of four batteries, making sure that their positive (+) and negative () ends are facing in the proper directions. 6. Replace the back cover. 7. Turn the calculator front side up and remove its case. Next, press o to turn on power.
Power Supply Power supplied by memory back up battery while the main power supply batteries are removed for replacement retains memory contents. Do not leave the calculator without main power supply batteries loaded for long periods. Doing so can cause deletion of data stored in memory. If the figures on the display appear too light and hard to see after you turn on power, adjust the contrast.
uTo replace the memory back up battery
* Before replacing the memory back up battery, turn on the calculator and check to see if the Low battery! message appears on the display. If it does, replace the main power supply batteries before replacing the back up power supply battery. * Never remove the main power supply and the memory back up batteries from the calculator at the same time. * Be sure to replace the back up power supply battery at least once 2 years, regardless of how much you use the calculator during that time. Failure to do so can cause data in memory to be deleted. 1. Press !O to turn off the calculator. Warning! * Be sure to turn the calculator off before replacing batteries. Replacing batteries with power on will cause data in memory to be deleted. 2. Making sure that you do not accidently press the o key, attach the case to the calculator and then turn it over.
3. Remove the back cover from the calculator by pulling with your finger at the point marked 1. 4. Remove screw i on the back of the calculator, and remove the back up battery compartment cover. 5. Insert a thin, pointed non-metal object (such as a toothpick) into the hole maked j and remove the old battery.
Power Supply 6. Wipe off the surfaces of a new battery with a soft, dry cloth. Load it into the calculator so that its positive (+) side is facing up.
7. Install the memory protection battery cover onto the calculator and secure it in place with the screw. Next, replace the back cover. 8. Turn the calculator front side up and remove its case. Next, press o to turn on power.
k About the Auto Power Off Function
Calculator power turns off automatically if you do not perform any key operation for about 6 minutes. To restore power, press o.
Message Syn ERROR
Error Message Table
Meaning 1 Calculation formula contains an error. 2 Formula in a program contains an error. Countermeasure 1 Use d or e to display the point where the error was generated and correct it. 2 Use d or e to display the point where the error was generated and then correct the program. 1234 Check the input numeric value and correct it. When using memories, check that the numeric values stored in memories are correct.
1 Calculation result exceeds calculation range. 2 Calculation is outside the input range of a function. 3 Illogical operation (division by zero, etc.) 4 Poor precision in calculation results. 5 Poor precision in differential calculation results. 6 Poor precision in integration calculation results.
5 Try using a smaller value for Ax (x increment/decrement). 6 Try changing the tolerance tol when using Gauss-Kronrod Rule or the number of divisions n when using Simpson's Rule to another value. 7 Check the coefficients of the equation. 1 Correctly input a Lbl n to correspond to the Goto n , or delete the Goto n if not required. 2 Store a program in program area Prog file name, or delete the Prog file name if not required. Ensure that Prog file name is not used to return from subroutines to main routine. If used, delete any unnecessary Prog file name. Trace the subroutine jump destinations and ensure that no jumps are made back to the original program area. Ensure that returns are made correctly.
7 Cannot find results of equation calculations. Go ERROR 1 No corresponding Lbl n for Goto n. 2 No program stored in program area Prog file name.
Nesting of subroutines by Prog file name exceeds 10 levels.
Message Stk ERROR
Meaning Execution of calculations that exceed the capacity of the stack for numeric values or stack for commands.
Countermeasure Simplify the formulas to keep stacks within 10 levels for the numeric values and 26 levels for the commands. Divide the formula into two or more parts. Keep the number of variables you use for the operation within the number of variables currently available. Simplify the data you are trying to store to keep it within the available memory capacity. Delete no longer needed data to make room for the new data.
Not enough memory to input a function into function memory. Not enough memory to create a matrix using the specified dimension. Not enough memory to hold matrix calculation result. Not enough memory to store data in list function. Not enough memory to input coefficient for equation. Not enough memory to hold equation calculation result. Not enough memory to hold function input in the Graph Mode for graph drawing. Not enough memory to hold function input in the DYNA Mode for graph drawing. Not enough memory to hold function or recursion input. Incorrect argument specification for a command that requires an argument. Illegal dimension or list used during matrix calculations. Problem with cable connection or parameter setting during program data communications. Problem with cable connection or parameter setting during data communications. Problem with cable connection or parameter setting during data communications. Memory of receiving unit became full during program data communications.
Correct the argument. Lbl n , Goto n : n = integer from 0 through 9. Check matrix or list dimension.
Check cable connection.
Delete some data stored in the receiving unit and try again.
Function sinx cosx tanx sin1x cos1x tan1x sinhx coshx tanhx sinh1x cosh1x tanh1x logx Inx 10x ex
Input ranges Internal digits Accuracy As a rule, accuracy is 1 at the 10th digit.* Notes However, for tan x: |x| G 90(2n+1):DEG |x| G /2(2n+1):RAD |x| G 100(2n+1):GRA
(DEG) |x| < 9 (109) (RAD) |x| < 5 107rad (GRA) |x| < 1 1010grad |x| < 1
" |x| < |x| < 230.2585092 " |x| < |x| < 1< x < |x| < 1099 < x < < x < 10100 < x < 230.< x < |x| <|x| < 1 10100, x G 0 |x| < 0 < x < 69 (x is an integer) Result < n, r (n and r are integers) 0 < r < n, n < " " " "
n Pr nCr
Pol (x, y) 438
x2 + y2 < 1 10100
Input Ranges Internal digits
Function Rec (r ,)
Input ranges |r| < (DEG) | | < 9 (109) (RAD) | | < rad (GRA) | | < 1 1010grad |a|, b, c < 0 < b, c |x| < Sexagesimal display: |x| < 1 107
Accuracy As a rule, accuracy is 1 at the 10th digit.*
However, for tan : | | G 90(2n+1):DEG | | G /2(2n+1):RAD | | G 100(2n+1):GRA
x > 0:
^ (x y) < y log x < 100 x=0:y>0 x<0: 1 y = n, (n is an integer 2n+1 or a fraction) However; < y log |x| < 100
10100 < logy < 100 x y=0:x>y < 0 : x = 2n +1, n (n G 0, n is an integer or a fraction) However; 10100 < log |y| < 100
Total of integer, numerator and denominator must be within 10 digits (includes division marks). |x| < |y| < |n| < xn, yn, x, y, a, b, c, d, e, r : nG0 xn1, yn1: n G 0, 1
Function Binary, octal, decimal, hexadecimal calculation
Input ranges Values fall within following ranges after conversion: DEC: 2147483648 < x < 2147483647 BIN: 1000000000000000 < x < 1111111111111111 (negative) 0 < x < 0111111111111111 (0, positive) OCT: 20000000000 < x < 37777777777 (negative) 0 < x < 17777777777 (0, positive) HEX: 80000000 < x < FFFFFFFF (negative) 0 < x < 7FFFFFFF (0, positive)
* For a single calculation, calculation error is 1 at the 10th digit. (In the case of exponential display, calculation error is 1 at the last significant digit.) Errors are cumulative in the case of consecutive calculations, which can also cause them to become large. (This is also true of internal consecutive calculations that are performed in the case of ^(xy), x y, x!, 3 x, nPr, nCr, etc.) In the vicinity of a functions singular point and point of inflection, errors are cumulative and may become large.
Variables: 28 Calculation range: to 9.and 0. Internal operations use 15-digit mantissa. Exponential display range: User memory capacity: Norm 1: 102 > |x|, |x| > 1010 Norm 2: 109 > |x|, |x| > 1010 PLUS PLUS PLUS PLUS PLUS. 28,000 bytes (max.). 30,000 bytes (max.). 30,000 bytes (max.). 61,000 bytes (max.). 61,000 bytes (max.)
fx-9750G CFX-9850G CFX-9850GB CFX-9850GC CFX-9950GB
Power supply: Main: Four AAA-size batteries (LR03 (AM4) or R03 (UM-4)) Back-up: One CR2032 lithium battery Power consumption: 0.06W Approximate battery life Main (fx-9750G PLUS): LR03 (AM4): 420 hours (continuous display of main menu) 350 hours continuous operation (5 minutes calculation, 55 minutes display) R03 (UM-4): 240 hours (continuous display of main menu) 200 hours continuous operation (5 minutes calculation, 55 minutes display) Main (CFX-9850G PLUS / CFX-9850GB PLUS / CFX-9850GC PLUS CFX-9950GB PLUS): LR03 (AM4): 320 hours (continuous display of main menu) 280 hours continuous operation (5 minutes calculation, 55 minutes display) R03 (UM-4): 180 hours (continuous display of main menu) 160 hours continuous operation (5 minutes calculation, 55 minutes display) Back-up: 2 years Auto power off: Power is automatically turned off approximately 6 minutes after last operation except when drawing dynamic graphs. The calculator automatically turns off if it is left for about 60 minutes with a calculation stopped by an output command (^), which is indicated by the -Disp- message on the display. Ambient temperature range: 0C to 40C Dimensions: 24.5 mm (H) 90.0 mm (W) 182.5 mm (D) 15 /16" (H) 3 9/16" (W) 7 3/16" (D) Weight: 215g (7.58 oz) (including batteries) 441
Functions: Program contents and file names; function memory data; matrix memory data; list data; variable data; Table & Graph data; graph functions; equation calculation coefficients Method: Start-stop (asynchronous), half-duplex Transmission speed (BPS): 9600 bits/second Parity: none Bit length: 8 bits Stop bit: Send: 3 bits Receive: 2 bits X ON/X OFF Control: None
AList.. 242 calculation.. 65 display.. 7, Test.. 276, 289 Built in function.. 123, 194
Calculation execution indicator. 10 Calculation priority sequence. 16 Carriage return.. 373 Cell... 233 Center.. 200 Central difference. 56 Chi-square distribution.. 310 Clear commands.. 382 Coefficient of determination. 261 Color tint... 11 Combination.. 48 Comment text.. 164 Communications parameter. 403 Complex numbers.. 67 Compound interest calculations. 326 Conditional jump relational operators. 387 Confidence interval.. 294 Confidence level. 294 Conic section... 194 CONICS Mode.. 194 Conjugate complex number. 70 Connect type... 128 Constant term.. 261 Continuous calculations.. 39 Contrast.. 11 Convergence... 225 Conversion.. 345 Coordinate.. 149 Coordinate conversion.. 44, 48 Coordinate rounding.. 136 Copying a table column to a list. 216 Correlation coefficient.. 261 Cost.. 347 Count jump.. 380
Absolute value.. 69, 96 Active screen... 168 Amortization of a loan.. 341 Analysis of variance. 292 Analyzing a function graph.. 145 And... 78 Angle unit.. 5, 14, 44 Annual percentage rate.. 345 ANOVA.. 277, 292 Answer Function.. 39 Argument.. 69 Arithmetic calculations.. 36 Asymptotes.. 202 Auto power off function. 435 Auto View Window.. 135 Axis of symmetry.. 202
Backup data.. 407 Bar Graph... 257 Binary, octal, decimal, or hexadecimal calculation.. 74 Binomial distribution.. 313 Bitwise operations.. 78 Borrowing power. 335 Box zoom.. 133 BPS.. 403 Broken line graph.. 259 Bug... 358
Cubic equation.. 104 Cubic regression. 262 Cumulative frequency.. 241 Ellipse.. 197 Eng... 15 Engineering notation.. 15, 44, 50 EQUA Mode.. 100 Error message.. 436 Errors.. 19 Estimated values.. 272 Exponential display. 9, 15, 37 Exponential function.. 46 Exponential regression graph. 263
Data communications.. 399 Data transfer operation. 404 Day/Date calculations.. 349 Debugging.. 358 Degrees... 14 Derivative in conic section graph.. 7 Derivative value.. 5, 129, 209 Determinant.. 93 Differential calculations.. 55 Differential numeric table.. 209 Dimension.. 80 Directrix.. 202 Display.. 8 Display colors.. 8 Display commands.. 383 Display format.. 6, 14 Distribution.. 304 Distribution probability.. 304 Divergence.. 225 Drawing a circle.. 162 Drawing a line.. 160 Drawing vertical and horizontal lines.. 163 Dual screen.. 7, 168, 176, 215 DYNA Mode.. 182 Dynamic graph.. 181 Dynamic graph locus.. 7, 188 Dynamic graph type.. 7, 186
F distribution.. 312 F Test.. 277, 290
Factor zoom.. 134 Fibonacci series.. 220 File name.. 353 Financial calculations.. 321 First quartile.. 260 Fix.. 14, 37 Focus... 197 Fraction... 10, 49 Fraction part.. 96 Freehand drawing.. 163 Frequency... 253 Function memory.. 23 Function menu... 43
Gauss-Kronrod rule.. 60 Gaussian plane.. 69 Generating a table.. 208 Geometric distribution.. 317 Grads.. 14 Graph axis... 6, 121 Graph axis labels. 6, 121 Graph background.. 6, 140
Editing calculations.. 20 Editing list values.. 233 Effective interest rate. 336, 345
Graph drawing type.. 5, 128 Graph function display.. 6, 187 Graph function menu.. 112 Graph gridlines.. 6, 121 Graph memory.. 122 GRAPH Mode.. 112, 168, 176 Graph pointer coordinates.. 6, 130 Graph range adjustment. 136 Graph solve.. 143 Graphic display.. 20 Graphing in a specific range. 131 Inverse trigonometric function.. 45 Investment appraisal.. 337
Jump commands.. 380
Key markings.. 2
Latus rectum.. 200 Line graph color... 6 Line menu... 160 Line normal to a curve.. 156 Linear equations with two to six unknowns.. 101 Linear recursion between three terms. 218 Linear recursion between two terms. 218 Linear regression graph.. 261 LinearReg t Test. 287 LINK Mode.. 403 List.. 229 List file specification.. 7, 248 LIST Mode.. 231 Loans... 329 Local maximum values and local minimum values.. 146 Logarithmic function.. 46 Logarithmic regression graph. 263 Logical operator.. 51 Logistic regression graph.. 265 Low battery... 12
Hexadecimal values.. 10 Histogram... 257 Hyperbola... 196 Hyperbolic function.. 27, 46
Icon.. 3 Identity matrix.. 93 Imaginary part.. 70 Inactive screen.. 168 Inequality.. 118 Input command.. 372 Input, output and operation limitations.. 18 Input/output commands.. 385 Input ranges.. 438 Inputting calculations. 16 Installment savings.. 329 Integer function.. 137 Integer part... 96 Integral... 150 Integration calculation. 6, 60 Integration graph.. 127 Interest rate.. 334 Inverse hyperbolic function.. 46
Main power supply batteries. 433 Main routine.. 378
Making corrections.. 41 Margin.. 348 MAT Mode.. 80 Matrix answer memory.. 80 Matrix arithmetic operation.. 92 Matrix cell operation.. 83 Matrix data input format.. 88 Matrix inversion.. 95 Matrix row operation. 85, 389 Matrix transposition.. 94 Maximum.. 260 Maximum integer.. 96 Maximum value in a list.. 239 Maximum/minimum value calculation. 63 Mean.. 240 Mean of data.. 259 Mean-box graph. 258 Med-box graph.. 257 Med-Med graph.. 261 Median.. 240, 260 Memory.. 22 Memory back up battery. 434 Memory capacity.. 19 Memory status... 24 Menu item.. 8 Minimum value in a list. 239 Mode.. 260 Modifying matrices.. 90 Multiplication operation.. 17 Multi-statement command. 373 Multistatements.. 41 Paired-variable statistics. 251 Parabola.. 197 Parametric function.. 118, 191 Parentheses.. 36 Parity... 403 Password.. 360 Payment period setting.. 7, 328 Percentage.. 242 Permutation.. 48 Picture memory.. 139 Pixel.. 165 Plot graph color... 6 Plot type.. 128 Pointer... 128 Points of intersection for two graphs.. 148 Normal distribution curve.. 258 Normal probability graphing. 275 Normal probability plot.. 255 Normal probability distribution calculations.. 273 Normalized variate.. 273 Not... 78 Number of bytes. 359 Number of days per year setting.. 7, 324, 349 Number system.. 76 Numeric calculations. 43
Option (OPTN) menu. 27 Or... 78 Outliers.. 258 Output command.. 372 Overflow.. 19 Overwrite.. 131
Negation.. 78 Newtons method.. 108, 328 Norm.. 15, 37 Normal distribution.. 305
Poisson distribution. 316 Polar coordinate function. 117 Population standard deviation.. 259 Power regression graph. 264 PRGM Mode.. 352 Principal.. 331 Probability density.. 304 Probability/distribution calculations.. 43 Product of values.. 241 Program (PRGM) menu. 34, 369 Program commands.. 373 Program control commands. 378 Programming... 351 Sample standard deviation.. 259 Savings.. 328, 331 Scalar multiplication.. 93 Scatter diagram.. 251 Sci.. 15 Scroll.. 130 Secret function.. 360 Selling price.. 348 Sequence... 218 Set up screen.. 4 Sexagesimal operations. 44 Sexagesimal values.. 10 Significant digits.. 15, 36 Simple interest calculations. 324 Simpsons rule... 60 Simultaneous graphing.. 7 Sine regression graph.. 264 Single-variable statistics. 257 Sketch menu.. 154 Solve calculation.. 107, 394 Sorting list values.. 234 Squaring a matrix. 96 Stacks.. 18 STAT Mode.. 250 Statistical data list.. 250 Statistical graph view window setting.. 6, 251 Statistical graphs and calculations.. 249, 395 Student-t distribution.. 308 Subroutine.. 378 Sum.. 241 Sum of data.. 259 Sum of squares.. 259 Symbol t.. 21
RUN Mode.. 4
Quadratic differential calculation. 58 Quadratic equation.. 104 Quadratic regression.. 262 Quartic regression.. 262
Radians... 14 Radius... 200 Raising a matrix to a power. 96 Real part.. 70 Rectangular coordinate function. 117 RECUR Mode.. 218 Recursion table & graph function. 218, 393 Regression coefficient.. 261 Regression formula parameter. 256 Relational operator.. 370 Replacing batteries.. 432 Replay function.. 40 RESET operation.. 12, 430 Residual calculation.. 6, 267 Root.. 145 Row swapping... 83
t confidence interval. 300 t Test... 276, 283
Table & graph.. 205 Table generation and graph draw settings.. 7, 208 TABLE Mode.. 206 Table range.. 207 Tangent.. 155 Tests.. 276 Text display.. 20, 388 Third quartile.. 260 Trace.. 128 Trigonometric function.. 45 TVM Mode.. 323 Type A functions.. 16 Type B functions.. 16
Z confidence interval.. 295 Z Test.. 276, 277 Zoom... 132
Variable... 22, 38 Variable data (VARS) menu. 28 Vertex.. 197 View Window.. 113
WEB graph.. 225 Whiskers.. 257
X = constant expression.. 118 Xnor.. 78 Xor... 78
xy line graph.. 255
Break... 378 ClrGraph... 382 ClrList... 382 ClrText... 382 DispF-Tbl, DispR-Tbl... 383 Do~LpWhile... 377 DrawDyna.... 383 DrawFTG-Con, DrawFTG-Plt.. 383 DrawGraph... 383 DrawR-Con, DrawR-Plt.. 384 DrawR-Con, DrawR-Plt... 384 DrawStat... 384 DrawWeb... 384 Dsz... 380 For~To~Next... 375 For~To~Step~Next... 376 Getkey... 385 Goto~Lbl... 380 If~Then.... 373 If~Then~Else... 374 If~Then~Else~IfEnd.. 375 If~Then~IfEnd... 374 Isz... 381 Locate... 385 Prog.... 378 Receive (... 386 Return... 379 Send (... 387 Stop.... 379 While~WhileEnd... 377 ? (Input Command)... 372 ^ (Output Command)... 372 : (Multi-statement Command).. 373 _ (Carriage Return)... 373 (Jump Code)... 381 =, G, >, <, , (Relational Operators).. 387
Primary Function Turns trace function on/off. Selects 1st function menu item. Turns zoom function on. Selects 2nd function menu item. Displays View Window parameter input screen. Select 3rd function menu item. Displays sketch menu. Selects 4th function menu item. Displays graph solve menu. Selects 5th function menu item. Switches display between graph & text screens. Selects 6th function menu item. Activates shift functions of other
combined with !
combined with a
! keys and function menus. K Displays option menu.
Displays the variable data menu. Returns to the Main Menu. Allows entry of alphanumeric Press after entering value to calculate square. Press between two values to make second value exponent of first. Backsteps to the previous menu. Moves cursor upward. Scrolls screen. Moves cursor downward. Scrolls screen. Moves cursor to left. Scrolls screen. Press after EXE to display calculation from end.
Displays program command menu. Shows the set up display. Locks/Unlocks entry of alphanumeric characters. Press before entering value to calculate square root. Enters character r.
a characters shown in red.
Press between entering Enters values for X & Y to show xth character . root of y. Returns directly to initial screen of the mode. Switches to previous function in trace mode. Switches to next function in trace mode.
J f c d
Key Primary Function Moves cursor to right. Scrolls screen. Press after EXE to display calculation from beginning. Allows input of variable X, , and Press before entering value to calculate common logalithm. Press before entering value to calculate natural logarithm. Press before entering value to calculate sine. Press before entering value to calculate cosine. Press before entering value to calculate tangent. Press between entering fraction values. Converts fraction to decimal. Press before entering exponent value of 10. Press before entering exponent value of e. Press before entering value to calculate inverse sine. Press before entering value to calculate inverse cosine. Enters letter A. Enters letter B. Enters letter C. Enters letter D. Enters letter E. combined with ! combined with a
10 x B
Press before entering value Enters letter F. to calculate inverse tangent. Displays improper fractions. Enters letter G.
Converts a fraction to a decimal value or a decimal value to a fraction. Sends a shot of the current screen to a connected device. Enters open parenthesis in Press before entering value formula. to calculate cube root. Enters close parenthesis in formula. Enters comma. Assigns value to a value memory name. Enters number 7. Enters number 8. Enters number 9.
Enters letter H.
Enters letter I.
Press after entering value to Enters letter J. calculate reciprocal. Enters letter K. Enters letter L. Enters letter M. Enters letter N. Enters letter O.
Primary Function Deletes character at current cursor location. Turns power on. Enters number 4. Enters number 5. Enters number 6. Multiplication function. Division function. Enters number 1. Enters number 2. Enters number 3. Addition function. Specifies positive value. Subtraction function. Specifies negative value. Enters number 0. Enters decimal point. Allows entry of exponent. Enter before value to specify as negative. Displays result of calculation.
combined with ! Allows insertion of characters at cursor location. Turns power off.
o Clears the display.
Enters letter P. Enters letter Q. Enters letter R. Enters open curly bracket. Enters close curly bracket. Enters letter S. Enters letter T. Enters letter U. Enters letter V. Enters letter W. Enters open bracket. Enters close bracket. Enters letter X. Enters letter Y. Enters letter Z. Enters character =. Inputs value of pi. Enters pi symbol. Recalls most recent calculation result. Inputs a new line. Enters a blank space.
Program Mode Command List
Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Command
ANGL Deg Rad Gra COOR On Off GRID AXES LABL DISP On Off On Off On Off Fix Sci Norm Eng P/L Blue Orng Grn DRAW Con Plot DERV BACK FUNC SIML On Off None Pict On Off On Off S-WIN Auto Man LIST File1 File2 File3 File4 File5 File6 LOCS On Off T-VAR Rang LIST Deg Rad Gra CoordOn CoordOff GridOn GridOff AxesOn AxesOff LabelOn LabelOff Fix_ Sci_ Norm Eng P/L-Blue P/L-Orange P/L-Green G-Connect G-Plot DerivOn DerivOff BG-None BG-Pict_ FuncOn FuncOff SimulOn SimulOff S-WindAuto S-WindMan File1 File2 File3 File4 File5 File6 LocusOn LocusOff VarRange List1 VarList1 List2 VarList2 List3 VarList3 List4 VarList4 List5 VarList5 List6 VarList6 DSP On Off RESID None List dispOn dispOff Y STAT FACT Xfct Yfct X n x x x2 xn R-Y R-X T, Y
V-WIN X min max scal min max scal min max ptch min max scal min max scal R-T, min max ptch Xmin Xmax Xscl Ymin Ymax Yscl T min T max T ptch RightXmin RightXmax RightXscl RightYmin RightYmax RightYscl RightT min RightT max RightT ptch Xfct Yfct n x x x2 xn
Pl-On PlotOn_ Pl-Off PlotOff_ Pl-Chg PlotChg_ LINE Crcl Vert Hztl Text PIXL On Off Chg Test Line Line Circle_ Vertical_ Horizontal_ Text_ PxlOn_ PxlOff_ PxlChg_ PxlTest_ MARK F-Line F-Line_
Parm ParamType On Off TYPE Y=
List1 List1 List2 List2 List3 List3 List4 List4 List5 List5 List6 List6 Square Cross Dot Blue_ Green_ RECR
Parm ParamType Blue Orng Grn SEL+C On
COLR Blue Grn
Orng OrangeG_ SEL
Orng Orange_ CALC 1VAR 1-Variable_ 2VAR 2-Variable_ X Med X^2 X^3 X^4 Log Exp Pwr Sin Lgst MAT Swap Rw Rw+ Rw+ LinearReg_ Med-MedLine_ QuadReg_ CubicReg_ QuartReg_ LogReg_ ExpReg_ PowerReg_ SinReg_ LogisticReg_ Swap_ *Row_ *Row+_ Row+_
an+1 an+1Type an+2 an+2Type n.an. n an bn n an bn
an+1 an+1 bn+1 bn+1
LIST List LM Dim Fill Seq Min Max Mean Med Sum Prod Cuml % A MAT Mat ML Det Trn Aug Iden Dim Fill CPLX i Abs Arg Conj ReP ImP CALC Solve d/dx d2/dx2 dx FMin FMax ( STAT COLR HYP x y Orng Grn sinh cosh tanh sinh-1 cosh-1 tanh-1 List_ ListMat( Dim_ Fill( Seq( Min( Max( Mean( Median( Sum_ Prod_ Cuml_ Percent_ AList_ Mat_ MatList( Det_ Trn_ Augment( Identity_ Dim_ Fill( i Abs_ Arg_ Conjg_ ReP_ ImP_ Solve( d/dx( d2/dx2(
X! nPr nCr Ran# P( Q( R( t(
! P C Ran# P( Q( R( t( Abs_ Int_ Frac_ Rnd Intg_ r g Pol( Rec( m n p f k M G T P E StoPict_ RclPict_ f1 f2 f3 f4 f5 f6 f1 f2 f3 f4 f5 f6 _And_ _Or_ Not_
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Abs Int Frac Rnd Intg
ANGL r g '" Pol( Rec( ESYM m n p f k M G T P E PICT Sto Rcl FMEM fn
FMin( FMax( ( x y Orange_ Green_ sinh_ cosh_ tanh_ sinh-1_ cosh-1_ tanh-1_ LOGIC And Or Not
GUIDELINES LAID DOWN BY FCC RULES FOR USE OF THE UNIT IN THE U.S.A. (not applicable to other areas).
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. Proper connectors must be used for connection to host computer and/or peripherals in order to meet FCC emission limits. Connector SB-62 Connector FA-123 Power Graphic Unit to Power Graphic Unit Power Graphic Unit to PC for IBM/Macintosh Machine
Declaration of Conformity
Model Number: Trade Name: Responsible party: Address: Telephone number: fx-9750G PLUS/CFX-9850G PLUS/CFX-9850GB PLUS/CFX-9950GB PLUS CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. CASIO, INC. 570 MT. PLEASANT AVENUE, DOVER, NEW JERSEY 07801 973-361-5400
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.
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