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Simplifying Exponents With Casiofx?


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#1 SandyJeds

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Posted 29 January 2013 - 02:24 AM

Hello Everybody,

I was just wondering with the casiofx-991ES, if it was possible to simplify questions such as (-5x^-4)(-3x^6)^3 which would be 135x^14. If anybody knows if that is possible to do, please let me know how! Thank you! All help appreciated

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Posted 29 January 2013 - 02:28 PM

Hello Everybody,

I was just wondering with the casiofx-991ES, if it was possible to simplify questions such as (-5x^-4)(-3x^6)^3 which would be 135x^14. If anybody knows if that is possible to do, please let me know how! Thank you! All help appreciated


you need CAS capability (and expand function) to do this
see below image. i do this with my fx-9860g by unofficial CAS by jeuxcasio.com (see this address: http://cas.jeuxcasio.com/en/)

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Algebra FX2.0 and Classpad have official CAS (and of course expand function)
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