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Does anyone know how to do it? i cant find which button to press :confused:
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Does anyone know how to do it? i cant find which button to press :confused:
wow, that sounds like a pretty loaded calc, mine's only a Casio fx-83
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wow, that sounds like a pretty loaded calc, mine's only a Casio fx-83
lol with yours do you know what to do for modulus?
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lol with yours do you know what to do for modulus?
I wasn't aware that calculi (?!) did moduli (!!), mine definitely doesn't, is yours graphical?
You'll have to show your working anyway, modulus functions aren't too challenging are they?
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Ive got tht calc if you want to draw a mod graph go to grph (5) press optn then num (f5) then abs (f1) then a bracket then whatever u want mod-ing
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Ive got tht calc if you want to draw a mod graph go to grph (5) press optn then num (f5) then abs (f1) then a bracket then whatever u want mod-ing
Ah, so you can! (I have the CFX-9850G PLUS). The other way of course is to do sqrt((f(x))^2)), a bit of a botch but also works!
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are you allowed graphical calculators in maths exams?
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are you allowed graphical calculators in maths exams?
yea i used it
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are you allowed graphical calculators in maths exams?
Yes as long as they don't do symbolic calculus. That means 98-- series casios are allowed, but 99-- series are not.
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are you allowed graphical calculators in maths exams?
You can't use graphical calculators in P1 or P3, but they're fine for the others (as long as they don't have any other banned functions)
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You can't use graphical calculators in P1 or P3, but they're fine for the others (as long as they don't have any other banned functions)
true indeed.
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It depends on the module. In my maths pure modules, I could only use a graphic on Pure 1 and 3, on 2, 4, 5 and 6, only scientific calculators were allowed. However, I think you can use them on all other modules though (stats, mechanics and discrete) at least for my exam board (AQA Maths A).
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graphical calc saved my ass in p2
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