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#1 barnetv



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Posted 06 May 2005 - 08:26 AM


How do I get to the θ button??

X,θ,T I can't understand how get to the middle one.

Please help :blink:

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Posted 06 May 2005 - 09:25 AM

:theta: is <span class=Alpha' /> + [^]

[X,O,T] refers to function varibles, X for Y=, :theta: for r= and T for parametric functions.

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Posted 06 May 2005 - 09:55 PM

Rather than always hitting <span class=Alpha' /> + [^] you can change the function type to "r=" to indicate you wish graph in polar mode, this will make the [X,O,T] button apply theta without hitting alpha. Similarly if you change the function type to parametric ("Parm") the [X,O,T] button will apply T. You can change the function type under the "Set Up" menu for the mode you are in... I would put the exact sequence but I can't seem to find my 9850.

One thing I always loved about my Casio (both CFX and AFX) was how fast and intuitive the mode set up was at changing stuff around.

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