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    i have a casio calculator but i don't know how to use it in solving integrals. can someone tell me? thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by 21_knip View Post
    i have a casio calculator but i don't know how to use it in solving integrals. can someone tell me? thanks
    Does CASIO have a website where you can download the relevant user manual .... ? (I don't suppose you have the hard copy of the manual that would have come with the calculator ....)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr fantastic View Post
    Does CASIO have a website where you can download the relevant user manual .... ? (I don't suppose you have the hard copy of the manual that would have come with the calculator ....)
    i have a user manual but i think it doesn't really shows how to use integrals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 21_knip View Post
    i have a user manual but i think it doesn't really shows how to use integrals.
    I suggest you read it more carefully. I would be totally amazed if the manual for a calculator that has integration capability did not explain what buttons to press.
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    yeah it did say what to press but i don't know how to input data. the answer don't show.
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    Tell the model name ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ADARSH View Post
    Tell the model name ?
    $\displaystyle fx-991ES$

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    I think you can only do definate integral on it
    See you must be able to see$\displaystyle \int $sign on it
    press it followed by your function (comma) lower limit (comma) upper limit
    ie;

    $\displaystyle
    \int{\text{(Fuction, Lower Limit, Upper Limit)}}
    $
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    I already finished my short course in calculus. anyways thank for the reply I've been waiting for a reply for so long
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