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    I just saw an examsolutions video which shows you how to do P(X<x) on a calculator without using the tables in the formula booklet. And you can do P(X>x) as well
    I think you need a Casio fx-991ES PLUS to do it (which is allowed in the exam) and working should always be shown in the exam to get the marks, but it'a a handy way of checking answers which I thought I'd share
    https://youtu.be/bVdQ7OzGvU0
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    (Original post by atomicjellyfish)
    I just saw an examsolutions video which shows you how to do P(X<x) on a calculator without using the tables in the formula booklet. And you can do P(X>x) as well
    I think you need a Casio fx-991ES PLUS to do it (which is allowed in the exam) and working should always be shown in the exam to get the marks, but it'a a handy way of checking answers which I thought I'd share
    https://youtu.be/bVdQ7OzGvU0
    Thanks


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