**x+2 if x<0**

x^3 if 0<=x<=3

2x+1 if x<3

x^3 if 0<=x<=3

2x+1 if x<3

?How to graph this in your Casio AFX ? (i only tried in Algebra FX2.0)

NEW WAY (graph mode):

[y1]= (x+2)(x:lol: really works

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Posted 06 November 2002 - 12:09 AM

For example (sorry my english ):

**x+2 if x<0**

x^3 if 0<=x<=3

2x+1 if x<3

?How to graph this in your Casio AFX ? (i only tried in Algebra FX2.0)

NEW WAY (graph mode):

[y1]= (x+2)(x:lol: really works

x^3 if 0<=x<=3

2x+1 if x<3

?How to graph this in your Casio AFX ? (i only tried in Algebra FX2.0)

NEW WAY (graph mode):

[y1]= (x+2)(x:lol: really works

Posted 06 November 2002 - 12:14 AM

ups!....

>,< looks strange published..... but.. you understand

(y1=?1) if (condition1)

(y2=?2) if (condition2)

(y3=?3) if (condition3)

.........

condition= x "smaller than" ? ..... etc

y1= (?1)(condition1)+(?2)(condition2)+(?3)(condition3)+.....

>,< looks strange published..... but.. you understand

(y1=?1) if (condition1)

(y2=?2) if (condition2)

(y3=?3) if (condition3)

.........

condition= x "smaller than" ? ..... etc

y1= (?1)(condition1)+(?2)(condition2)+(?3)(condition3)+.....

Posted 06 November 2002 - 02:40 AM

I have to use run mode on my cfx, it wont let me do that in the graph mode...hhehehe... so I just do

cls:graph y=(X^2)(X>2)

like that..lol..is taht what you were talking about?? I dunno... and ummm.. if there is a multiple equations i just seperate them with ":"

Hope that helps,

Maeby i just dont understand

Lol,

SMD - THAT's RIGHT!

cls:graph y=(X^2)(X>2)

like that..lol..is taht what you were talking about?? I dunno... and ummm.. if there is a multiple equations i just seperate them with ":"

Hope that helps,

Maeby i just dont understand

Lol,

SMD - THAT's RIGHT!

Posted 07 November 2002 - 09:22 PM

You should be able to use the clipboard to copy a > or < or similar characters on the FX2. Maybe you can use function memory for the 9xxx's to copy them into the graph mode?

Posted 08 November 2002 - 04:45 PM

Well, you can use VARS to save such a function in one of the slots of the graph menu.

"..."->Y1

"..."->Y1

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