Casio CFX-9850G Graphing calculator

General specifications
Type Graphing calculator
Production years 1996 - -
New price -
Operating system n.a.
Chipset/CPU -
I/O Serial port
Performance index -0
Arithmetics
Entry method Formula entry
Precision 15 digits
Advanced functions













Forensic result 9.00000000733343
Features
 









Graphing calculator: Casio CFX-9850G
Programming
Programming model Formula programming
Programming features




Program display Formula
Program editing Formula entry
Memory
Programming 28 kB
Data 28 kB
Secondary
ROM
Functions
Display
Type Color-LCD
Size 12864 pixels
Dimensions
LWH 1788925 mm
Weight 255 g
Power
Batteries 4AAA + 1CR-2032
External power -
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Description


Example of a program for the Casio CFX-9850. Originaly programmed by Roy Maclean. Graph mode must be parametric to enter the program. It draws the planet Saturn.

Range 1,5.8,0,1,3.8,0,0,2,π,0.1 
Rad 
Lbl 1 
0.7Ran#->C 
5Ran#+1->A 
3Ran#+1->B 
Graph(X,Y)=(A+Csin T,B+Ccos T) 
Graph(X,Y)=(A+Csin T,B+Ccos T+Csin T),[0,5.2] 
Goto 1


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Graphing calculator: Casio CFX-9850G



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