fx5800p: Creating a Custom Formula
Here is a short tutorial on how to create a custom formula for the Casio fx5800p. The fx5800p has a library of 128 formulas ranging in various topics from geometry to physics and engineering.
Creating an Original Formula:
1. Press [ MODE ]
2. Select 5 for Programming Mode
3. Select 1 for New
4. Give a name, no more than 12 letters or numbers. Symbols are not allowed.
5. At the File Mode screen, select 3 for Formula.
6. Type your formula. Use the y=f(x) format.
7. When you are done, press the [ EXIT ] key.
Tip: You can use lower case letters, Greek letters, and stylized letters in the formula. Press [ FUNCTION ], then 4 for ALPHA to get access to these characters.
Remember: Variables are one character length. The fx5800p will execute implied multiplication when it executes two more consecutive variables.
Running Your Original Formula:
1. Be in COMP Mode. (MODE, 1)
2. Press the [ FMLA ] button. Select 1 for the Original type.
3. Select your formula, press [ EXE ]
4. Use the arrow keys to enter values or scroll the formula. When you are ready to compute, press [ CALC ].
And that is about all there is to regarding creating and calculating formulas on the Casio fx5800p.
Eddie
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fx5800p: Creating a Custom Formula
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thanks a lot :)
ReplyDeleteEddie, can you delete unused formulas that come with the fx5800P to make room for the custom formulas you want instead?
ReplyDeleteEddie, I'm wondering, can you delete unused formulas that come with the fx5800P to make room for the custom formulas you want instead?
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