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#1 Elf89



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Posted 10 February 2009 - 10:02 PM

Hi I am a new FX9860G's owner e I was a little sad when i discovered that it don't have a cas. I don't know very well what a cas is but i only know that i can't calculate limits or find the taylor expansion. now if this "cas" is only a program in the calculator like in fx algebra 2.0 or in every new texas calc i ask myself a question. is it possible to extract this computer algebra system from another casio calculator??? sorry for my bad english and my ignorance :rolleyes: :greengrin: thank you

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Posted 11 February 2009 - 08:17 AM

No. I am not aware of any free CAS software either, that does what you want.

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Posted 11 February 2009 - 08:52 AM

In the filesharing (look at the top of this page) you can find Symbolix CAS, an add-in for fx-9860G series. Use FA-124 or fx-9860 file converter (also in the filesharing) to download it to your calculator.

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Posted 11 February 2009 - 09:13 AM

ok. thank you for your explanation but i wished to know if the C.A.S. is something that can be extracted from a calculator like from a pc os :rolleyes: i had already installed simbolix geometry, physium and also two games after two hours i bought the calculator but... limit, taylor...i was looking for TI-89 TITANIUM but when i listened the price i changed my objective. the seller said that the fx9860g was superior and i trusted him but i am a little disappointed. if i had said to seller: ok i'll see it at home i'll decide tomorrow :nonono: i am too impulsive thank you for your patience

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Posted 13 February 2009 - 12:28 AM

Hello Elf89, I suggest you return your fx-9860G for a TI-89. Your not gonna see the fx-9860G do Taylor stuff any time soon.

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