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Upgrade the o.s. to fx9860gii and you can add two cas packages, one of which is quite good at indefinite integration. You need fxremote software and o.s. image files. Dead easy to get hold of and free-of-charge. O.S. images files can be obtained from a well-known French site which is an authority on Casio calculators. … see more Upgrade the o.s. to fx9860gii and you can add two cas packages, one of which is quite good at indefinite integration. You need fxremote software and o.s. image files. Dead easy to get hold of and free-of-charge. O.S. images files can be obtained from a well-known French site which is an authority on Casio calculators. Go to main menu and system on your calculator, then select version. If the last four digits of your o.s. are 0200, then you've got one of the older fx9750gii calculators which are particularly easy to upgrade. If it ends 0201 or 0701, then it is one of the later types. For 0200, the best o.s. to upgrade to is version 2.04, which includes vectors. On the French site, this o.s. is labelled as 3073patched. If your calculator is of the later type, then use version 2.05. although principally designed for exam compliant calculators for the French market, it also includes a battery check and ECON3 over ECON2 (very slightly better) and automatic parenthesis. On the French site, this one is currently labelled: g95_g75_fx9860giish4_02.05.0000_2015....
FxRemote comes with full instructions. Do remember, however, NEVER use an o.s. image file (typically designated sh3) designed to be used for upgrading an older model of fx9750gii on a later model and vice-versa. If you do, your calculator dies!! If yours is a later one, you need an image file labelled .sh4. Version 2.05, however, is not available for older calculators. The Algebra and CAS add-on packages are also obtainable from the French site. To install them, you need FA124, device managment software, which can be dowloaded from the Casio site, free-of-charge. If you've got an older fx9750gii, you can also add a third cas package - Symbolix. There really is too much to be said about the strengths and weaknesses of each of these but in brief: Algebra is best for integration, CAS for differentiation and Symbolix is best for polynomial devision. Algebra often causes your calculator to reboot if it can't perform the task, but this does no harm (the others do not). Have fun! see less
Upgrade the o.s. to fx9860gii and you can add two cas packages, one of which is quite good at indefinite integration. You need fxremote software and o.s. image files. Dead easy to get hold of and free-of-charge. O.S. images files can be obtained from a well-known French site which is an authority on Casio calculators. Go to main menu and system on your calculator, then select version. If the last four digits of your o.s. are 0200, then you've got one of the older fx9750gii calculators which are particularly easy to upgrade. If it ends 0201 or 0701, then it is one of the later types. For 0200, the best o.s. to upgrade to is version 2.04, which includes vectors. On the French site, this o.s. is labelled as 3073patched. If your calculator is of the later type, then use version 2.05. although principally designed for exam compliant calculators for the French market, it also includes a battery check and ECON3 over ECON2 (very slightly better) and automatic parenthesis. On the French site, this one is currently labelled: g95_g75_fx9860giish4_02.05.0000_2015....
FxRemote comes with full instructions. Do remember, however, NEVER use an o.s. image file (typically designated sh3) designed to be used for upgrading an older model of fx9750gii on a later model and vice-versa. If you do, your calculator dies!! If yours is a later one, you need an image file labelled .sh4. Version 2.05, however, is not available for older calculators. The Algebra and CAS add-on packages are also obtainable from the French site. To install them, you need FA124, device managment software, which can be dowloaded from the Casio site, free-of-charge. If you've got an older fx9750gii, you can also add a third cas package - Symbolix. There really is too much to be said about the strengths and weaknesses of each of these but in brief: Algebra is best for integration, CAS for differentiation and Symbolix is best for polynomial devision. Algebra often causes your calculator to reboot if it can't perform the task, but this does no harm (the others do not). Have fun!

Rasp
· June 27, 2016
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Mine did
Scope
· September 25, 2014
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Yes, the calculator comes with a cover.
Marigold&Georgie
Seller · June 16, 2015
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If you type 58008 and turn it upside down it looks kinda like BOOBS and if you press mem+ it stays into memory... so yeah it kinda does it.
cosimo morelli
· March 5, 2020
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No. CASIO has its own way of doing things, not necessarily worse or better than TI, just different. That could be an issue if materials used in class assume a TI. This calculator does not show mathematical expressions the way textbooks show them. The Casio FX-CG50 does, and has a much better screen. You definitely get … see more No. CASIO has its own way of doing things, not necessarily worse or better than TI, just different. That could be an issue if materials used in class assume a TI. This calculator does not show mathematical expressions the way textbooks show them. The Casio FX-CG50 does, and has a much better screen. You definitely get more calculator for the money compared to TI. see less No. CASIO has its own way of doing things, not necessarily worse or better than TI, just different. That could be an issue if materials used in class assume a TI. This calculator does not show mathematical expressions the way textbooks show them. The Casio FX-CG50 does, and has a much better screen. You definitely get more calculator for the money compared to TI.
GG
· July 14, 2018
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Yes you can add your own notes, formulas, etc from the program option.
Aravena C. Jean-Baptiste
· June 26, 2015
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Usd
publius1776
· June 14, 2019
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Yes it can be used. You can check its well documented Manual online.
papasrithatha
Seller · July 30, 2018