These resources were written by Derek Smith with the support of CASIO New Zealand. They may be freely distributed but remains the intellectual property of the author and CASIO.



Graphing two equations and finding the intersection points


Transferring Files between the FX9750Gii and a laptop or PC


Exploring the limits of functions


Dynamic Graphing


Primes And Programming


Peano Axioms


Integration and Differentiation using Solver


Converting between Polar-Rectangular form


Calculus - The use of the derivative


Natural Numbers. Square Numbers And Pythagorean Triples


Inverse Normal Distribution with and without


Creating pictures using piecewise graphs


Using the logab( Feature


Pythagorean_triples


Probably_its_about_probabilities


Restricted domains of graphs


Matching functions with their first and second derivatives


Worksheet for the FX82AU+II - The use of Pol( and Rec(


Worksheet for the FX9750GII - Using basic programming for illustrating formula substitution


Random Walk Art


Dynamic Functions And Graphs


Some Basic Algebra


Linear Programming


FA-124USB cable between PC and FX9750GII

Graphing families


LCM and GCD in RUN-MAT mode

Arithmetic Sequences and Simultaneous Equations

Solving_Polynomial_Equations_with_Complex_Roots_in_the_EQUA_icon

Finding_turning_points_in_the_RUN-MAT_icon


Turning triangles into a square


How can I do this on the graphic calculator?

 
Tangents and Normals on the FX9750Gii


Approximations_to_Statistical_Distributions_1.pdf


Approximations_to_Statistical_Distributions_2.pdf



Spotting the patterns!

 

This resource was written by Derek Smith with the support of CASIO New Zealand. It may be freely distributed but remains the intellectual property of the author and CASIO.

 

Select GRAPH icon (press 5) from the

main menu or by using the arrow keys to

highlight and then press EXE.  GC-T1-2009-1

Turning a 2-D image into 3-D will have an awesome effect in enhancing the learning and understanding of graphing, along with the students having fun making them!

 

Once entered in the Graph icon, go into SETUP [SHIFT] [MENU]. Here you can alter a range of settings for the calculator, we want the Grid ON. Scroll down to Grid being highlighted and then press [F1] then EXIT to return to the graph entry screen.

                 GC-T1-2009-2

Enter the function y = x2 into the Y1 space then press [EXE] to store this. GC-T1-2009-3

 

Set up the V-Window: [SHIFT] [F3] to the settings illustrated in the

screensnap on the right. Then [EXIT] and [F6] to draw the graph.  GC-T1-2009-4

                           GC-T1-2009-5

OR

 

Enter in the Table icon from the MAIN MENU. GC-T1-2009-6

 

Go into [RANG]e, [F5] and set up the domain (x) values as shown in 

} }. } }@ }n on the right.

Then [EXIT] and [TABL]e [F6] to create the table of co-ordinates then [F5] to draw the graph of y = x2.

            GC-T1-2009-8

 

This is the template for making the parabolaoid.

 

You need 14 of these made either by using the CASIO FA122 or FA123 software to capture the graph and then copy 14 times into a word document and print or by making a template on some card and copying this.

See the finished product on the right.

                                                            GC-T1-2009-9

 

 To create the 3-D effect using scissors and the

grid lines as your guide cut slips about 1 mm

wide to ½ way marks, as illustrated.                    

 GC-T1-2009-10

 

Repeat the same, as illustrated here.

GC-T1-2009-11

 

Now trim four of your templates to this size. Then using

scissors and the grid lines as your guide cut slips about

1 mm wide to ½ way marks.

GC-T1-2009-12

 

Trim another four of your templates to this size. Then using

scissors and the grid lines as your guide cut slips about

1 mm wide to ½ way marks.

 

 GC-T1-2009-13

With the remaining four of your templates. Then using

scissors and the grid lines as your guide cut slips about

1 mm wide to ½ way marks, as illustrated.

GC-T1-2009-14

Now, fit them all together to make the 3-D parabolaloid. Once constructed it should flatten as shown below. 

 

 GC-T1-2009-15

 

Questions:

What is the equation of the parabolae that passes through the midpoints of the 4 template sizes that you have made?

[Hint: You only need 3 co-ordinate points to generate the equation vai the STAT icon from the MAIN MENU.]

 

What is the volume that this shape holds when symmetric?

[Hint: Use integration and solids of revolution in the RUN icon from the MAIN MENU.]

 

What is the equation of the 3-D shape that would cover this shape?

[Hint: z = f(x,y).]

                                                                                                          GC-T1-2009-16

 

 

For further tips, more helpful information and software support visit our website

www.monacocorp.co.nz/casio

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Hidden Keys

 

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Select RUN (press 1) from the Main Menu or by

using the arrow keys to highlight and then press EXE.  GC-T4-2008-1

 

Some of the functions available as keys are not immediately obvious on a graphics calculator. All can be found via the OPTN key. Below is a table of some commonly used functions and where to found them on the FX9750G+ and CFX9850GC+ graphics calculator models.  An example for each is shown.

 

Function

Key

Location

Example

Factorials

x!

OPTN, F6►, F3 (PROB), F1

GC-T4-2008-2

Permutations

nPr

OPTN, F6►, F3 (PROB), F2

GC-T4-2008-3

Combinations

nCr

OPTN, F6►, F3 (PROB), F3

GC-T4-2008-4

Random Numbers

Ran#

OPTN, F6►, F3 (PROB), F4

GC-T4-2008-5

Absolute Value

OPTN, F6►, F4 (NUMB), F1

GC-T4-2008-6

Integer Part of Answer

Int

OPTN, F6►, F4 (NUMB), F2

GC-T4-2008-7

Fractional Part of Answer

Frac

OPTN, F6►, F4 (NUMB), F3

GC-T4-2008-8

Rectangular Coordinates to Polar Coordinates

Pol(

OPTN, F6►, F5 (ANGL), F6, F1

GC-T4-2008-9

Polar Coordinates to Rectangular

Rec(

OPTN, F6►, F5 (ANGL), F6, F2

GC-T4-2008-10

Radians to Degrees

r

OPTN, F6►, F5 (ANGL), F2      (Ensure angle set to degrees)

GC-T4-2008-11

º

OPTN, F6►, F5 (ANGL), F1    (Ensure angle set to radians)

GC-T4-2008-12

 

For further tips, more helpful information and software support visit our website

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Worksheet downloads for the graphic Calculator.

For teachers we currently offer, a large number of classroom ready, resources available are designed primarily for the CASIO® FX9750G, FX9750G+, CFX9850GB, CFX9850GB+, CFX9850GC+  and FX9750GA+ models of graphical calculators and the ALGEBRA 2.0. There is also a variety of activity sheets designed for the ClassPad 300 models. All of the activities and worksheets are designed for beginners to advanced users of the GC and CAS. More have been added to the website since the last newsletter.

 

SEE BELOW

 

Algebraic substitution

 

Algebraic substitution-numeric

 

A line-multiple representations for y=x+c, part 1

 

A line-multiple representations for y=mx, part 2

 

An introduction to the FX9750G+

 

An M & M worksheet

 

A parabola-multiple representations for y=ax2

 

A parabola-multiple representations for y=x2+c

 

A simulation of n-sided dice

 

Basic Algebra

 

Binomial and Poisson Distributions Calculations

 

Binomial Distribution Calculation in STAT mode

 

Combinations and Permutations-Calculations

 

Complex Numbers

 

Confidence Intervals

 

Confidence Intervals 1-P type

 

Confidence Intervals 1-S type

 

Confidence Intervals 2-P type

 

ConfidenceIntervals 2-S type

 

Confidence intervals how big does n need to be

 

Confidence interval to be halved does what to the sample size

 

Conic sections

 

Curve fitting

 

Curve fits to a line parabola etc

 

Differentiation

 

Differentiation checking

 

Dynamic graphing

 

Equation Solver

 

Expectation algebra and Lists

 

Exploring inequalities

 

Factorisation checking

 

Factorising in run mode-factor theorem

 

Finding sample sizes for confidence intervals

 

Finding the derivative function in STAT mode

 

Getting in the know with the CFX9750GII Calculator

 

Graphing Rational Functions

 

Graph and text window

 

Graph drawing Zooming in and out

 

Graphic calculator screen

 

Graphing and calculating unknown x-values

 

Graphing and calculating unknown y-values

 

Graphing and intercepts

 

Graphing and the maximum or minimum point

 

Graphing Inequalities

 

Graphing Integrals

 

Graphing-Screen Snaps

 

Graphing two equations and finding the intersection point

 

Hidden Keys

 

Integration

 

Integration with a Graph

 

Introducing Calculus-PART 1

 

Introducing Calculus-PART 2

 

Inverse Normal Distribution Calculations with and without the mean

 

Inverse Normal Distribution Calculations

 

Laws of Exponents

 

Le Hopitals Rule

 

Linear programming with vertical lines

 

Lists-spreadsheets

 

Making use of the syntax

 

Mathematical modelling

 

Multiple representations for the derivative

 

Multiple representations for the line

 

Newton-Raphson Method Part 1

 

Newton-Raphson Method Part 2

Newton-Raphson Method Part 3

Newton-Raprson Method Part 4

Normal Distribution 1

Normal Distribution 2

 

Normal Distribution calculations in STAT mode

 

Nth roots of a Complex Number

 

Pascals Triangle Calculations 2

 

Pick and match

 

Piecewise Functions

 

Plotting points in STAT and transferring to GRAPH mode

 

Poisson distribution calculations in STAT mode

 

Polar - rectangular form

 

Programmes Normal distribution.

 

Recursive Formulas type 1

 

Recursive Formulas type 2

 

Recursive Formulas type 2A

 

Recursive Formulas type 3

 

Right angled triangles and trigonometry

 

Rolling a dice simulation using a tally table part 1

 

Rolling a dice simulation using a tally table part 2

 

Sampling-using random numbers

 

Sequence and series

 

Setting up the graphic calculator before use

 

Sigma notation

 

Simpsons Rule - 1

 

Simpsons Rule - 2

 

Simpsons Rule - 3

 

Simulations

 

Simultaneous equations

 

Solving equations on the GC

 

Solving Polynomial Equations

 

Solving Simultaneous Equations 2 unknowns

 

Solving Simultaneous Equations 3 unknowns

 

Solving trigonometric equations

 

Statistical graphs-an overview

 

Statistical graphs-bivariate part 1

 

Statistical graphs-bivariate part 2

 

Statistical graphs-univariate part 1

 

Statistical graphs-univariate part 2

 

Statistical graphs-univariate part 3

 

Statistical simulations -1

 

Statistical simulations -2

 

Statistical simulations -3

 

Statistical simulations -4

 

Statistics and probability

 

Summing up rows of Pascals Triangle

 

Table of values

 

The 15 Main Menu icons

 

The [F-D] key

 

The Dam Busters

 

The Function Keys

 

The Viewing-Window

 

The V-Window settings in Graph Mode

 

Trapezium Rule-1

 

Trapezium Rule-2

 

Trapezium Rule-3

 

Trapezium rule using LIST mode

 

Trigonometric Identities

 

Understanding Normal Distribution

 

Understanding the Central Limit Theorem

 

Using the EA-100 Data logger and the Graphic Calculator

 

Vertical and horizontal lines

 

Volume of revolution

 

Volume of revolution part 1

 

Zooming in and zooming out

 
   
 

  

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