Calculus Wid Casio


by Endorser
Tags: calculator, calculus, casio, fx-9860
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Mar20-11, 12:56 AM
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Hello All,

I am currently working on DeMOIVRE's Theorem, but when i am converint from polar to complex and vice versa i alwats get my numbers as a decimal that is insanely long and i kno wfor a fact that its just the square root of something. Is there a way to program my calculator (Casio fx-9860g AU os version2.00.1300) to give the answer in sqrt form. I know it can be done as i have seen it been done.

this would greatly help me with my calculas test in a few days,

BTW...SORRY I PUT THIS IN WRONG THREAD, It was ment to go to the comp/it thread

thanks

endorser

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