Graphing Calculator EL-9650/9600c OPERATION GUIDE Introduction The EL-9650/9600c was developed to meet the needs of an expanding education market and is based on three concepts: easy to teach, easy to learn and easy to use. The EL-9650/9600c has been designed with simplified operations and time-saving features, allowing teachers to concentrate on actual teaching. This manual was designed to introduce teachers to the unique features of the EL-9650/9600c using detailed operation examples. Built-in slide shows Original slide shows Educational tools (OHP/PC-link/Data collection) Easy to Teach Contents Easy to Learn Easy to Use Shift/Change function Equation editor Split display Large display Pen-touch screen Rapid graph Rapid window Rapid zoom Sales points Basic operation Pen-touch operation Equation editor Features Shift Change Slide show Slide show selections Graphing procedure Rapid graph Rapid window Rapid zoom P1 P2 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P 11 P 12 P 13 P 14 System options PC-link system Set to set communication OHP system Menu tree 1~6 Specification P 15 P 16 P 17 P 18 P 24 S ales points 1 Large 132 x 64-dot display 2 Easy Pen-touch screen 3 Graph Shift/Change shows how "changing" the graph affects the equation 4 Slide Shows reduce class preparation time 5 Equation Editor shows equations just as in textbooks 6 Rapid graph/Rapid window simplify graphing procedures 7 Rapid zoom allows easy adjustment of window size 1 Basic operation Power ON/OFF ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Power on Function keys Use to enter equations Use to draw graphs ○ ○ ○ Power off Use to view table of function value Use to set size of viewing window ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Erase equations and remove error displays QUIT CL ○ ○ ○ Cancel of previous function (Escape) Use to adjust the viewing range Use to trace graphs Use to enter calculation mode Use to enter slide show mode Use to operate Rapid Graph/Rapid Window and Rapid Zoom functions Names of parts 5 Display screen 1 Graphing keys 2 Power supply ON/OFF key 3 Alphabet specification key 4 Secondary function 6 Cursor movement keys 7 Clear/Quit key specification key 8 Variable enter key 9 Calculation execute key 10 Communication port for peripheral devices 2 Basic operation Guide to key use Press Press to use secondary functions (in yellow). to use the alphabet keys (in blue). SET UP menu Press . • Contents displayed on the right side of the screen are the current settings. A Example: sin To select “sin”: To select A: ] To select “sin-1”: There may be differences in the results of calculations and graph plotting depending on the SET UP settings. ] Adjusting screen contrast Reset function • The contrast adjust screen will appear when pressing 1) When trouble occurs Press to enter the reset mode. OPTION OPTION . Press to darken contrast. Press to lighten contrast. Pen Touch (Change the contrast by touching or using the pen) • With pen-touch mark Pen Touch , all operations can be performed using the pen touch. • Operation examples for the pen-touch key are given assuming that the operation is started from the default value setting. or ) to return all • Use this function ( settings to the default value or to delete all data. 2) All RESET operation • If trouble still occurs, proceed as follows: 1. Press the RESET switch on the back. 2. Press . • Returns to the initial display. CAUTION Do not press in step 2. It will delete all data stored in the calculator. 3 Pen-touch operation Pen Touch Pen-touch screen offers convenient operations. Use it to select from the menu displays or shift a graph, fast and easy. All operations can also be performed without the pen. 1 Convenient to make changes to graphs 3 Easy to move between displays ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ 2 Select menu options with a touch of the pen See how a simple choice can be made directly from the screen. Example: Convert “3.55” to d,m,s (degree, minute, second) Pen-touch operation Key operation Display 1) 2) Pen-touch [ 3) CONV] (or ) (or ) Pen-touch [ dms] twice 4) 4 E quation editor The equation editor allows equations to be viewed just as they are written in textbooks. This aids student comprehension and allows mistakes to be found quickly. Example Input the equation and see how it can be easily viewed with the equation editor. Key Operation Display Notes Clear the display. 1 Select CALC and (Integral function) 2 Pen Touch (or ) Enter the range of the integral. 3 Enter 4 Complete equation input. 5 6 7 (or ) ] Pen Touch Calculate the expression. The mark in the upper right corner will blink for approximately 10 seconds, indicating that the expression is being calculated. ] Review the input equation. 5 Features Shift (Change the location of graphs) Graph shift function helps students grasp the relationship between an equation and its graph. Shift the graph’s location without changing its shape, and the change is immediately reflected in the equation on the right side of the display. Example When the graph of y = x2 is shifted downward, how does this affect the equation? 1 2 Display Notes Enter SHIFT/CHANGE mode. ] Key Operation If SHIFT is not already . highlighted press ] Select shift. Cursor moves to the equation menu. Pen Touch 3 Select the equation: y = x2 and draw the graph. Pen Touch 4 Select the location of the shift: move cursor down twice. Pen Touch Pen Touch View the result of the shift. ] 5 y = x2 y = x2-2 ] 6 Features Change (Change the shape of the graphs) Graph change function helps students grasp the relationship between an equation and its graph. Change the shape of the graph, and the change is immediately reflected in the equation on the right side of the display. Example When the graph of y = x2 is changed, how does it affect the equation? Key Operation Display Notes 1 Enter SHIFT/CHANGE mode and specified ( CHANGE ). 2 Select change. Cursor will move to the equation menu. Pen Touch 3 Select the equation: y = x2 and draw the graph. Pen Touch 4 Select the location of the change: increase the value of ycoordinates. Pen Touch Pen Touch View the result of the change. ] 5 y = x2 y = 2x2 ] 7 Features S lide show Slide show assists with teacher preparation. By selecting from the built-in options or creating your own series of slides, you can demonstrate lessons with minimum preparation time. Example Use the built-in slide show of y = x2 to show how the coordinates change as you move along the graph. Key Operation 1 2 Display Notes Specified SLIDE SHOW mode. Select the built-in menu. Pen Touch 3 Select y = x2 and the first slide appears. Pen Touch 4 Begin the slide show by pressing the cursor key. Moving between the values you can follow the changes in the graph’s coordinates, making the nature of the graph easier to understand. * View the selection of built-in slide shows on the following pages. 8 Features Built-in slide show selections 1) Y=X2 2) Y=AX+B 3) Y= X 4) Y=1/X 9 Features Built-in slide show selections 5) Y=sinX 6) Y=tanX 7) Y=cos-1X 8) Y=lnX 10 Features Graphing Procedures The EL-9650/9600c has three unique functions that simplify graphing procedures: Rapid Graph, Rapid Window and Rapid Zoom. Of course, the EL-9650/9600c supports conventional graphing procedures as well. Graphing Procedure Following outlines graphing procedures and indicates the steps where Sharp's unique functions can be used to simplify operations. These functions are introduced on the following pages. Step 1 Manual Input Rapid Graph Input equation Simply select from built-in menu to modify desired type of equation. Step 2 Manual Input Rapid Window Set X, Y range Xmin = Xmax = Xscl = Ymin = Ymax = Yscl = Simply select from built-in menu to set window size. Step 3 Draw graph Press Graph button to draw graph. Step 4 Adjust viewing window Manual Input Amending range size Go back to Step 2 to readjust window size. Rapid Zoom Use arrows to adjust window size while viewing graph. 11 Features R apid graph Graphing has never been easier. With its full range of preset equations, rapid graph simplifies equation input. Use in conjunction with the rapid window function or with any graph created. Example Draw the graph for y = 2sin (-2x+ ) + 2 using the rapid graph function. Key Operation 1 Display Notes Enter the equation entry mode. 2 Enter Rapid Graph mode and view the equation-type menu. 3 Select the type of equation: Trigonometric, and view the equation format menu. Pen Touch 4 Select the sin equation format and view the sin equation style. Pen Touch 5 Select the second equation style and input. If necessary, make changes to the coefficients. Pen Touch 6 Draw the graph. (Note: Previous range values may affect the viewing window. To reset range values, use Rapid Window.) 12 Features R apid window Rapid window simplifies setting window size with a range of preset values. Use in conjunction with the rapid graph function or with any graph created. Example After using Rapid Graph to draw the graph of y = 2sin (-2x+ ) + 2 (refer p. 12), set the viewing window using the rapid window function. Key Operation Enter Rapid Window mode. 2 Select the No. 3 style and view the X-range menu. 3 4 Pen Touch (or ) (Five times) (or ) 7 Select X-range No. 4: (-1 < X < 10 scl=1), and view the Y-range menu. Move the cursor to No. 5: (-0.5 < Y < 5 scl=0.5) 5 Pen Touch Notes Enter viewing window setup mode. 1 Pen Touch Display (or ) Select the Y-range and draw the graph. 13 Features R apid zoom Rapid zoom offers one-touch adjustment of window size while viewing the graph. No more guessing or wasting class time to find optimal values for window size. Example Adjust the viewing window for y = x3 + x2 - 2x to show the entire graph. Key Operation 1 Display Notes Create the graph y = x3 + x2 - 2x using the following conditions: X-range: xmin = -3 xmax = 3 xscl = 1 Y-range: ymin = -1.5 ymax = 1.5 yscl = 0.5 2 Enter Rapid Zoom mode. 3 Change Y-range from Ymax = 1.5 to Ymax=2. Draw the graph. Pen Touch 4 Repeat: Change Y-range from Ymax = 2 to Ymax=2.5. Draw the graph Pen Touch 5 View display (adjusted). 14 System options PC-LINK Connect the EL-9650/9600c with a PC or Macintosh computer to expand the possibilities of data exchange using PC-Link software. CE-LK1P (PC-link system) PC-Link Software PC conversion connector for IBM-PC R IBM PC or Compatibles PC-Link Software CE-450L PC conversion connector for Macintosh Macintosh R What is PC LINK? • Creates and edits EL-9650/9600c programs on a PC. • Loads image data of EL-9650/9600c. • Receives and saves programs and various data from EL-9650/9600c. • Converts programs and various data files into a Text File. Converts • Makes a backup of all the contents of EL-9650/9600c. program text files into a Program File. • Sends programs and various data to EL-9650/9600c. • Prints out programs and various data files. Procedure 1 Turn off the EL-9650/9600c. 2 Connect the EL-9650/9600c to the PC by using the CE-450L, PC-Link adaptor and PC connector (see above diagram). 3 Make sure that the RS-232C (serial port) is connected to the PC. Use of the connector is determined by the shape of the PC serial port (see below chart). 4 Open PC-Link Software. Shape of PC serial port 25 pin (male) 5 Switch on EL-9650/9600c. Connect the other side (25-pin side) of PC LINK adaptor to the serial port for the PC. * It is essential to use the same port for both the PC 9 pin (male) Connect the other side (25-pin side) of PC LINK adaptor to the 25-pin terminal of a converting adaptor. Also connect the other side (9-pin side) of the converting adaptor to the serial port for the PC. Operate according to the instructions on the screen. 8 pin (female) For Macintosh and the PC-Link Software. 6 Connecting procedure 15 System options Set to set communication Transfer data between two EL-9650/9600c calculators using the communication cable (CE-450L). CE-450L (Communication cable) EL-9650/9600c CE-450L Communication cable EL-9650/9600c Communication Procedure 3 Pen Touch Turn power on. Select SEND/ALL. Receiver ) Specified LINK. 4 Select ‘LI’, ‘YI’ * mark desired data to be sent. ] 9 ( or ) Select LINK/RECEIVE. Execute Sending function. Sender List of the SEND menu Pen Touch ( or 6 ] Pen Touch ( or 5 List of sendable data will appear on screen. 8 Pen Touch Pen Touch 7 ] 2 Plug the cable into both calculators. ] 1 ( or ) Specified LINK. ) Pen Touch A SELECT ....................... Sends files individually as described below. 01 ALL ............................ Selects and displays all files. 02 List ............................. Selects and displays all list files. 03 Matrix ........................ Selects and displays all matrix files. 04 Graph Eqn .................. Selects and displays all graph equations. 05 Solver Eqn ................. Selects and displays all solver equations. 06 Program ..................... Selects and displays all program files. 07 G_Data ....................... Selects and displays all graph data files. 08 L_Data ....................... Selects and displays all list data files. 09 Picture ....................... Selects and displays all picture data files. 10 Slide .......................... Selects and displays all self-made slide shows. 11 A~Z, Ø ........................ Selects and displays all fixed memory of A to Z, and Ø B BACKUP ...................... Menu to send all file data. Use this feature to send the entire content. Select LINK/SEND. 16 OHP System Use the EL-9650/9600c OHP system with the overhead projector to make classroom presentations convenient for the whole class to see. EL-965T/96Tc (OHP system) AC adaptor (optional) OHP Projection Panel CE-450L OHP Panel Controller The CE-450L is included for separate use (see page 16) Procedure 1 Switch off the OHP Panel Controller. 2 Plug the cable connector of the OHP Projection Panel straight into the connection terminal of the OHP Panel Controller. (The optional AC adaptor is recommended for extended use of the OHP Projection Panel.) 3 Switch on the OHP Panel Controller. 4 Operating the OHP Panel Controller. The OHP Projection Panel display is synchronized with the display of the OHP Panel Controller. Place the OHP Projection Panel on top of the overhead projector to project images onto the screen. 5 Turn on the power to the overhead projector. 17 Menu tree 1 SET UP ( 2nd F SET UP ) A B DRG Rad FloatPt 9 Rect Decimal (Real) Equation 1 Deg 2 Rad 3 Grad F AMSWER 1 Decimal (Real) 2 Mixed (Real) 3 Improp (Real) 4 x+yi (complex) 5r (complex) FORMAT ( 2nd F C FSE 1 FloatPt 2 Fix 3 Sci 4 Eng G EDITOR 1 Equation 2 One Line D TAB 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 99 00 E COORD 1 Rect 2 Param 3 Polar 4 Seq ) FORMAT A B CURSOR RectCursor OFF OFF Connect Sequen 1 RectCoord 2 PolarCoord D Y1 C EXPRES 1 ON 2 OFF 1 ON 2 OFF E STYLE1 1 Connect 2 Dot F STYLE 2 1 Sequen 2 Simul ( 2nd F FORMAT FORMAT *When coordinate system is Rect, palm or polar ) A B CURSOR RectCursor ON ON Connect Sequen Web F PLOT2 1 Sequen 2 Simul MATH ( MATH 1 RectCoord 2 PolarCoord D Y1 C EXPRES 1 ON 2 OFF 1 ON 2 OFF E PLOT1 1 Connect 2 Dot G TYPE 1 Web 2 Time 3 uv 4 uw 5 vw *When coordinate system is Seq. ) A CALC 01 log2 x 02 2 03 fmin( 04 fmax( 05 d/dx( 06 ∫ 07 dx 08 ∑( 09 sec 10 csc B NUM 11 cot 12 sec-1 13 csc-1 14 cot-1 15 sinh 16 cosh 17 tanh 18 sinh-1 19 cosh-1 20 tanh-1 E ANGLE 1 2' 3" 4r 5g F INEQ 1 2 3> 4≥ 5< 6≤ 1 abs( 2 round( 3 ipart 4 fpart 5 int 6 min( 7 max( 8 lcm( 9 gcd( G LOGIC 1 and 2 or 3 not 4 xor 5 xnor C PROB 1 random 2 nPr 3 nCr 4l D CONV 1 deg 2 dms 3 xy r( 4 xy ( 5r x( 6r y( H COMPLX 1 conj( 2 real( 3 image( 4 abs( 5 arg( 18 Menu tree 2 When coordinate system is Rect CALC ( 2nd F CALC When coordinate system is Polar, Param or Seq ) CALC CALC ( 2nd F CALC ) ( 2nd F LIST ) CALC 1 Value 1 Value 2 Intsct 3 Minimum 4 Maximum 5 X_Incpt 6 Y_Incpt 7 Inflec LIST MATH menu on the NBASE calculation A OPE N-MATH ( 2nd F TOOL MATH ) 1 sortA( 2 sortD( 3 dim( 4 fill( 5 seq( 6 cumul 7 df_list 8 augument( 9 list mat( 0 mat list( A LOGIC 1 and 2 or 3 not 4 neg 5 xor 6 xnor STAT C L_DATA 1 stoLD 2 RclLD ( STAT ) A EDIT edit list Press ENTER B OPE 1 sortA( 2 sortD( 3 SetList 4 ClrList E TEST 01 2 test 02 Ftest2samp 03 Ttest1samp 04 Ttest2samp 05 TtestLinreg 06 Tint1samp 07 Tint2samp 08 Ztest1samp 09 Ztest2samp DRAW B MATH 1 min( 2 max( 3 mean( 4 median( 5 sum( 6 prod( 7 stdDv( 8 varian( ( 2nd F DRAW C CALC 1 1_Stats 2 2_Stats 3 ANOVA( D LINE 01 Med_Med 02 Rg_ax+b 03 Rg_a+bx 04 Rg_x2 05 Rg_x3 06 Rg_x4 07 Rg_In 08 Rg_log 09 Rg_abx 10 Rg_aebx 11 Rg_x-1 12 Rg_axb 13 x’ 14 y’ F DISTRI 10 Ztest1prop 11 Ztest2prop 12 Zint1samp 13 Zint2samp 14 Zint1prop 15 Zint2prop 16 InputList 17 Input Stats 01 pdfnorm( 02 cdfnorm( 03 InvNorm( 04 pdfT( 05 pdf 2( 06 cdf 2 ( 07 pdfF( 08 cdfF( 09 pdfbin( 10 cdfbin( 11 pdfpoi( 12 cdfpoi( 13 pdfgeo( ) A DRAW 1 ClrDraw 2 Line( 3 H_Line 4 V_Line 5 T_Line( 6 Draw 7 Shade( 8 DrawInv 9 Circle( 0 Text( F PICT 1 StoPict 2 RclPict B POINT 1 PntON( 2 PntOFF( 3 PntCHG( 4 PxlON( 5 PxlOFF( 6 PxlCHG( 7 PxlTST( C ON/OFF 1 DrawON 2 DrawOFF D LINE select line type Press E G_DATA 1 StoGD 2 RclGD ENTER G SHADE 1 SET 2 INITIAL 19 Menu tree 3 ZOOM ( ZOOM ) A ZOOM 1 Auto 2 Box 3 In 4 Out 5 Default 6 Square 7 Dec 8 Int 9 Stat B FACTOR Set factor of zoom PROGM-COM ( 2nd F PRGM A PRGM F FORM 1 RectCursor 2 PolarCursor 3 ExprON 4 ExprOFF 5 Y' ON 6 Y' OFF 7 Connect 8 Dot 9 Sequen 0 Simul ( VARS E TRIG 1 sin x 2 cos x 3 tan x 4 sin-1 x 5 cos-1 x 6 tan-1 x H RCL 1 RclWin 2 PreWin on Program screen) 1 Print 2" 3 Input 4 Wait 5 Rem 6 End VARS G STO 1 StoWin D EXP 1 10x 2 ex 3 log x 4 In x Press ENTER F HYP 1 sinh x 2 cosh x 3 tanh x 4 sinh-1 x 5 cosh-1 x 6 tanh-1 x C POWER 1 X2 2 X-1 3 X B BRNCH 1 Label 2 Goto 3 If 4 Gosub 5 Return G S_PLOT 1 Plt1( 2 Plt2( 3 Plt3( C SCRN 1 ClrT 2 ClrG 3 DispT 4 DispG D I/O E COORD 1 Get 2 Send 1 Rect 2 Param 3 Polar 4 Web 5 Time 6 uv 7 uw 8 vw L_DATA 1 L_Data 1 2 L_Data 2 3 L_Data 3 4 L_Data 4 5 L_Data 5 6 L_Data 6 7 L_Data 7 8 L_Data 8 9 L_Data 9 0 L_Data 0 E G_DATA 1 G_Data 1 2 G_Data 2 3 G_Data 3 4 G_Data 4 5 G_Data 5 6 G_Data 6 7 G_Data 7 8 G_Data 8 9 G_Data 9 0 G_Data 0 H COPY 1 StoLine 2 RclLine ) A EQVARS Graph equation B WINDOW C STOWIN Value of window Value of stored window Press ENTER Press ENTER Press ENTER F PICTUR 1 Pict1 2 Pict2 3 Pict3 4 Pict4 5 Pict5 6 Pict6 7 Pict7 8 Pict8 9 Pict9 0 Pict0 G TABLE 1 TBLStrt 2 TBLStep 3 TBLList H STAT Statistics Press ENTER 20 Menu tree 4 EQ VAR ( VARS A ) A XY B XYT 1 Y1 2 Y2 3 Y3 4 Y4 5 Y5 6 Y6 7 Y7 8 Y8 9 Y9 0 Y0 WIN VAR ( VARS B BT 1 Tmin 2 Tmax 3 Tstep ( VARS C B STOT 1 Zm_Tmin 2 Zm_Tmax 3 Zm_Tstp ( VARS H MATRIX D SEQ 1 nMin 2 nMax 3 u(nMin) 4 v(nMin) 5 w(nMin) 6 PlotStart 7 PlotStep D STOSEQ 1 Zm_nMin 2 Zm_nMax 3 Zm_u(nMin) 4 Zm_v(nMin) 5 Zm_w(nMin) 6 Zm_PltStart 7 Zm_PltStep 1 RegEqn 2a 3b 4c 5d 6e 7r 8 r2 9 R2 0 resid C POINTS 1 x1 2 x2 3 x3 4 y1 5 y2 6 y3 7 Q1 8 Med 9 Q3 D TEST 01 p 02 z 03 t 04 2 05 F 06 df 07 p 08 p1 09 p2 10 s 11 n1 12 n2 13 x1 14 x2 15 sx1 16 sx2 17 sxp 18 lower 19 upper ( MATRIX ) A NAME B EDIT 1 mat A 2 mat B 3 mat C 4 mat D 5 mat E 6 mat F 7 mat G 8 mat H 9 mat I 0 mat J ( 2nd F PRGM A EXEC 01 02 03 04 05 06 C STO 1 Zm_ min 2 Zm_ max 3 Zm_ step B REGEQN 09 ∑y 10 y 11 sy 12 y 13 ymin 14 ymax 15 ∑y 16 ∑y2 1 mat A 2 mat B 3 mat C 4 mat D 5 mat E 6 mat F 7 mat G 8 mat H 9 mat I 0 mat J PRGM min max step ) A XY 01 n 02 x 03 sx 04 x 05 xmin 06 xmax 07 ∑x 08 ∑x2 C 1 2 3 ) A STOXY 1 Zm_Xmin 2 Zm_Xmax 3 Zm_Xscl 4 Zm_Ymin 5 Zm_Ymax 6 Zm_Yscl STAT VAR 1 R1 2 R2 3 R3 4 R4 5 R5 6 R6 ) A XY 1 Xmin 2 Xmax 3 Xscl 4 Ymin 5 Ymax 6 Yscl 7 X_Fact 8 Y_Fact ZOOM VAR CR 07 X4T 08 Y4T 09 X5T 10 Y5T 11 X6T 12 Y6T 01 X1T 02 Y1T 03 X2T 04 Y2T 05 X3T 06 Y3T D MATH 07 row_swap( 08 row_plus( 09 row_mult( 10 row_m.p.( 11 mat list 12 list mat 1 det 2 trans 3 rowEF 4 rrowEF E[] 1[ 2] ) B EDIT 01 02 03 04 05 06 C OPE 01 dim( 02 fill( 03 cumul 04 augment( 05 identity 06 rnd_mat( C NEW Cleate new program Press ENTER 21 Menu tree 5 STAT PLOT ( 2nd F STATPLOT ) A PLOT1 B PLOT2 C PLOT3 Stat plot1 Stat plot2 Stat plot3 Press ENTER Press ENTER Press ENTER OPTION ( 2nd F OPTION A CTRST B MEMCHK Press ENTER to detail ( ( SHIFT/CHANGE F MBOX 1 MBox • 2 MBox+ 3 MBox G S.D. 1 Scattr • 2 Scattr+ 3 Scattr H XYLINE 1 xyLine • 2 xyLine+ 3 xyLine SLIDESHOW 2 X X 1/X ex lnX sinX tanX X E RESET 1 default set 2 All memory D N.D. 1 NormDis E BOX 1 Box ) C NEW 0 screen Press ENTER Press ENTER ( C N.P. 1 Norm • X 2 Norm+_X 3 Norm _X 4 Norm • _Y 5 Norm+_Y 6 Norm _Y 2nd F SHIFT/CHANGE A SHIFT 1Y 2Y 3Y 4Y 5Y 6Y 7Y 8Y B B.L. 1 Broken • 2 Broken+ 3 Broken B ORG 2 X AX+B X 1/X sinX tanX cos-1X lnX D LINK 1 SEND 2 RECEIVE 1 Hist A B-IN 1Y 2Y 3Y 4Y 5Y 6Y 7Y 8Y C DEL 1 List 2 Matrix 3 Graph Eqn 4 Solver Eqn 5 Program 6 Picture 7 G-Data 8 L-Data 9 Slide 0 Entry 2nd F STATPLOT on PLOT1-3screen ) A HIST SLIDE E ON/OFF 1 PlotON 2 PlotOFF ) Remain 12345bytes STAT GRAPH D LIMIT 1 SET 2 LimON 3 LimOFF D EDIT 1 MOVE 2 DEL 3 RENAME ) B CHANGE 1Y 2Y 3Y 4Y 5Y 6Y 2 X X X ex sinX tanX 22 Menu tree 6 SOLVER ( SOLVER on SOLVER screen 2nd F A METHOD B EQTN 1 Equation 2 Newton 3 Graphic TOOL ) ( 2nd F TOOL A NBASE C SAVE Press ENTER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 ) B SYSTEM Calculate Hexadecimal Decimal Octal Binary C RENAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 22 33 44 55 66 Select number C POLY 22 33 Select degree Press ENTER Y= ( Y= ) RECT MODE PAR MODE Y1= Y2= Y3= Y4= Y5= Y6= Y7= Y8= Y9= Y0= X1T= Y1T= X2T= Y2T= X3T= Y3T= X4T= Y4T= X5T= Y5T= X6T= Y6T= FINANCE ( 2nd F A SOLVER FINANCE B CALC Press ENTER ( 2nd F OPTION A SELECT 01 All 02 List 03 Matrix 04 Graph eqn 05 Solver eqn 06 Program SEQ MODE u(n)= u(nMin)= v(n)= v(nMin)= w(n)= w(nMin)= ) 01 slv_pmt 02 slv_1% 03 slv_PV 04 slv_N 05 slv_FV 06 Npv( 07 lrr( TVM Solver LINK POL MODE R1= R2= R3= R4= R5= R6= D C PERIOD 08 Bal( 09 ∑Pm( 10 ∑Int( 11 Apr( 12 Eff 13 days( 1 PmtEnd 2 PmtBegin D VARS 1N 2 1% 3 PV 4 PMT 5 FV 6 P/Y 7 C/Y 1) B BACKUP back up 07 G_Data 08 L_Data 09 Picture 10 Slide 11 A Z, Press ENTER 23 Specifications Specifications Dimensions W x D x H (mm) 183 x 86 x 19.5 Power R03 (AAA) x 4 (without hardcase) Backup Battery CR2032 x 1 Display Size (dot) 132 x 64 Line x Characters 8 x 22 Character Size (dot) 5x7 Digits (mantissa + exponent) 10 + 2 Total Memory Size 32 KB Constant Memory 27 + last answer memory Memory Accessory Protective hard case Standard Features Graphing Function graphing Up to 10 Parametric graphing Up to 6 Polar graphing Up to 6 Sequence graphing Up to 3 Split screen Graph-table/graph-equation Graph style Zoom, Trace Table of function values Statistics Regression models 12 Scatter Plots and Histograms Box-and-Whisker Diagrams Inferential statistics Probability Distributions Other Matrix Up to 10 (Maximum size : 99 x 99) List Up to 6 (Maximum length : 999) Programming Trigonometry functions (including sec, csc, cot) Solver Complex numbers Financial calculation Fraction/Decimal conversions Last entry recall (up to 160 steps) Last answer recall Features unique to Sharp Pen-touch screen, Equation editor, Shift/Change, Slide show (Built-in/Original), Rapid graph, Rapid window, Rapid zoom, List grouping, calculation, Simultaneous equation Peripheral CE-450L Unit-to-unit communications cable CE-LK1P PC-Link (Print screen/Data storage) EL-965T/96Tc OHP system (includes controller) * Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. * Some products may not be available in some countries. 24 EL-9650/9600c Graphing Calculator Distributed by: SHARP CORPORATION OSAKA, JAPAN

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