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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 ?
    fx-991ES

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    I think you can only do definate integral on it
    See you must be able to see  \int sign on it
    press it followed by your function (comma) lower limit (comma) upper limit
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\int{\text{(Fuction, Lower Limit, Upper Limit)}}<br />
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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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