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The purpose of this manual .................................................................... ix
Advanced functions .................................................................................. x
HP 49G on the World Wide Web ............................................................. x
Regulatory information ............................................................................ x
USA ....................................................................................................... x
Canada ................................................................................................. xi
Japan .................................................................................................... xi
End-user terms and conditions .............................................................. xi
Warranty .................................................................................................. xii
Key map .................................................................................................. 1-2
The HP 49G's keyboards ....................................................................... 1-3
What each key does ............................................................................... 1-5
Key conventions ................................................................................... 1-10
Turning on and turning off ................................................................... 2-2
Turning on ......................................................................................... 2-2
Changing the screen contrast ......................................................... 2-3
Turning off ........................................................................................ 2-3
Default screen ........................................................................................ 2-3
Status area ........................................................................................ 2-4
History ............................................................................................... 2-5
Menu .................................................................................................. 2-6
Using the command line ....................................................................... 2-7
Multi-line entries .............................................................................. 2-8
Entering numbers ............................................................................ 2-8
Entering characters ....................................................................... 2-10
Entering special characters .......................................................... 2-11
Entering from history ................................................................... 2-12
Editing the command line ............................................................. 2-13
Input forms ........................................................................................... 2-14
Input form fields ............................................................................. 2-14
Closing an input form .................................................................... 2-17
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    The purpose of this manual ... ix Advanced functions ... x HP 49G on the World Wide Web ... x Regulatory information ... x USA ... x Canada ... xi Japan ... xi End-user terms and conditions ... xi Warranty ... xii Key map ...
  • Page 2 Modes ...2-18 Changing a mode ...2-18 Algebraic and RPN modes ...2-21 Exact and approximate modes ...2-22 Command line calculations ...2-24 Time Management ...2-26 Setting the date and time ...2-26 Changing the format of the date or time ...2-27 Alarms ...2-27 Creating a new expression ...3-2 Editing an expression ...3-3 Using Equation Writer ...3-4...
  • Page 3 Cursor movement ... 4-34 Standard cursor movement ... 4-34 Tracing a plot ... 4-35 Cursor coordinates ... 4-35 Zooming ... 4-36 To zoom in ... 4-36 To zoom out ... 4-36 Zoom options ... 4-36 Analyzing functions ... 4-37 Finding roots ... 4-38 Finding extrema ...
  • Page 4 Differentiating an expression step-by-step ...5-19 Setting step-by-step mode ...5-19 Performing step-by-step operations ...5-19 Step-by-step example ...5-20 About solving equations ...6-2 Solving an equation ...6-3 Example ...6-3 Interpreting results ...6-4 Solving polynomial equations ...6-5 Example ...6-5 Finding a polynomial from a set of roots ...6-7 Solving linear systems ...6-7 Representing a system as matrices ...6-8 Example ...6-9...
  • Page 5 Vectors ... 8-2 Creating vectors ... 8-2 Vector mathematics ... 8-3 Lists ... 8-6 Creating a list ... 8-6 Working with lists ... 8-6 Arrays and matrices ... 8-7 Creating arrays ... 8-7 Quickly moving through an array ... 8-9 Editing an array ...
  • Page 6 Example ...10-16 Transferring objects between calculators ... A-1 Transferring data between two HP 49Gs ... A-2 Transferring objects to or from an HP 48 ... A-2 Calculator will not turn on ... D-2 Resetting the calculator ... D-2 Batteries ... D-2 Calculator is not responding ...
  • Page 7 Using the stack ...E-2 Placing objects on the stack ...E-2 Performing RPN calculations ...E-3 Example stack calculations ...E-4 Using a one-argument command ...E-4 Using a multi-argument command ...E-4 Multi-command calculations ...E-5 Using computer algebra commands ...E-6 Manipulating stack data ...E-7 Interactive stack commands ...E-7 Contents...
  • Page 9 Preface Contents The purpose of this manual Preface...
  • Page 10: Advanced Functions

    Advanced functions HP 49G on the World Wide Web $GYDQFHG 8VHUªV *XLGH $GYDQFHG 8VHUªV *XLGH $GYDQFHG 8VHUªV *XLGH Regulatory information Preface...
  • Page 11: Canada

    Connections to Peripheral Devices Canada Japan End-user terms and conditions Preface...
  • Page 12: Warranty

    Warranty Preface...
  • Page 13 Preface xiii...
  • Page 15 Chapter 1 Keys Contents Introduction Keys Page 1-1...
  • Page 16: Key Map

    Key map USER CONT CANCEL Page 1-2 ASIN ACOS ATAN ENTRY S.SLV NUM.SLV EXP&LN TRIG FINANCE TIME STAT CONVERT UNITS CALC MATRICES ARITH CMPLX BASE Figure 1.1: HP 49G key map Keys...
  • Page 17: The Hp 49g's Keyboards

    The HP 49G’s keyboards 3ULPDU\ NH\ERDUG )XQFWLRQ NH\ERDUG /HIWVKLIW NH\ERDUG ),/(6 5LJKWVKLIW NH\ERDUG Keys ),/(6 3$67( 3$67( Page 1-3...
  • Page 18 $OSKD NH\ERDUG $OSKD OHIWVKLIW NH\ERDUG $OSKD ULJKWVKLIW NH\ERDUG Page 1-4 Keys...
  • Page 19: What Each Key Does

    What each key does Row 1 Row 2 Keys Page 1-5...
  • Page 20 Row 3 Row 4 À Page 1-6 Keys...
  • Page 21 Row 5 ASIN ACOS ATAN Row 6 Keys Page 1-7...
  • Page 22 Row 7 Row 8 Page 1-8 USER USER ENTRY S.SLV NUM.SLV EXP&LN TRIG FINANCE STAT CONVERT CALC MATRICES [ [ ] ] TIME UNITS Keys...
  • Page 23 Row 9 Row 10 Keys ARITH CMPLX BASE CONT CANCEL Page 1-9...
  • Page 24: Key Conventions

    Arrow keys Key conventions (',7 (',7 Page 1-10 Keys...
  • Page 25: Basic Operation

    Chapter 2 Basic operation Contents Basic operation Page 2-1...
  • Page 26: Turning On And Turning Off

    Introduction Turning on and turning off Turning on Page 2-2 Basic operation...
  • Page 27: Changing The Screen Contrast

    Changing the screen contrast Turning off Default screen History Basic operation Figure 2-1: The default screen Status area Menu labels Page 2-3...
  • Page 28: Status Area

    Status area Symbol Meaning Page 2-4 Basic operation...
  • Page 29: History

    Symbol Meaning (Continued) Table 2-1: Annunciators History Basic operation Page 2-5...
  • Page 30: Menu

    Menu Selecting a menu item Page 2-6 Basic operation...
  • Page 31: Using The Command Line

    Multi-screen menus Using the command line Basic operation Page 2-7...
  • Page 32: Multi-line Entries

    Multi-line entries Entering numbers Positive numbers Negative numbers Integers and real numbers Figure 2-2: In case ( ) 2 is entered as an integer; in case ( Page 2-8 ), 2 is entered as a real number. Basic operation...
  • Page 33 Mantissa-and-exponent entry Number displays Basic operation Page 2-9...
  • Page 34: Entering Characters

    Entering characters Entering a single upper-case character Entering several upper-case characters Entering a single lower-case character Page 2-10 Basic operation...
  • Page 35: Entering Special Characters

    Entering several lower-case characters Unlocking the lower-case keyboard Entering special characters From the keyboard Basic operation Page 2-11...
  • Page 36: Entering From History

    Using the Characters tool G  Entering from history Page 2-12 Basic operation...
  • Page 37: Editing The Command Line

    Editing the command line Key(s) Description Table 2-2: Command line editing tools Basic operation Page 2-13...
  • Page 38: Input Forms

    Input forms Input form fields Data fields Page 2-14 Basic operation...
  • Page 39 Extended data fields List fields Basic operation Page 2-15...
  • Page 40 Check fields Resetting values to their defaults Input form help Page 2-16 Basic operation...
  • Page 41: Closing An Input Form

    Using calculated values as input Closing an input form Basic operation Page 2-17...
  • Page 42: Modes

    Modes Changing a mode Calculator Modes Page 2-18 Basic operation...
  • Page 43 Display modes Basic operation Page 2-19...
  • Page 44: Cas Modes

    CAS modes Flags Page 2-20 Basic operation...
  • Page 45: Algebraic And Rpn Modes

    Algebraic and RPN modes Algebraic mode DIWHU Basic operation Page 2-21...
  • Page 46: Exact And Approximate Modes

    UHYHUVH 3ROLVK QRWDWLRQ EHIRUH VWDFN Exact and approximate modes Page 2-22 Basic operation...
  • Page 47 Exact mode Approximate mode Basic operation Page 2-23...
  • Page 48: Command Line Calculations

    Command line calculations 45 12 2 – 2401 Page 2-24 Basic operation...
  • Page 49 I Á I Á Basic operation Page 2-25...
  • Page 50: Time Management

    Time Management Setting the date and time Page 2-26 Basic operation...
  • Page 51: Changing The Format Of The Date Or Time

    Changing the format of the date or time Alarms Appointment alarms Basic operation Page 2-27...
  • Page 52 Setting an appointment alarm Page 2-28 Basic operation...
  • Page 53 Checking, changing, and deleting alarms Control alarms Basic operation Page 2-29...
  • Page 54 Setting a control alarm Page 2-30 Basic operation...
  • Page 55 Chapter 3 Creating and editing expressions Contents Introduction Creating and editing expressions Page 3-1...
  • Page 56: Creating A New Expression

    Creating a new expression Page 3-2 – ------------------------------------------ – Creating and editing expressions...
  • Page 57: Editing An Expression

    Editing an expression Creating and editing expressions Page 3-3...
  • Page 58: Using Equation Writer

    Using Equation Writer Implied multiplication Entering e and i Page 3-4 Creating and editing expressions...
  • Page 59: Operating Modes

    Operating modes Working with modes Using Entry mode Creating and editing expressions Page 3-5...
  • Page 60 Using Term selection mode: Using Selection mode Using Cursor mode &856 Page 3-6 Creating and editing expressions...
  • Page 61: How Equation Writer Sees Expressions

    How Equation Writer sees expressions – ------------------------------------ - Creating and editing expressions Page 3-7...
  • Page 62: Examples

    Examples Example 1 – ------------------------------------ - Example 2 Page 3-8 Creating and editing expressions...
  • Page 63: Example 3

    Example 3 Equation Writer keys Starts Selection mode, selects terms at the next level up the equa- tion tree. Selects the first term of the selected expression. If at the lowest level, invokes Term selection mode. Invokes Term selection mode. In Term selection mode, moves the cursor left.
  • Page 65 Chapter 4 Plotting graphs Contents &RQW Plotting graphs Page 4-1...
  • Page 66 Introduction Page 4-2 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 67: Basic Plotting

    Basic plotting To draw a non-statistical plot Plotting graphs Page 4-3...
  • Page 68 Page 4-4 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 69 To draw a statistical plot Plotting graphs Page 4-5...
  • Page 70: Plot Types

    Plot types Function plots – Figure 4-3: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for function plots Figure 4-4: Sample function plot Plot window parameters Page 4-6 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 71 Plot setup parameters Plotting graphs Page 4-7...
  • Page 72: Parametric Plots

    Parametric plots Figure 4-5: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for parametric plots Figure 4-6: Sample parametric plot Page 4-8 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 73 Plot window parameters Plot setup parameters Plotting graphs Page 4-9...
  • Page 74: Polar Plots

    Polar plots Figure 4-7: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for polar plots Page 4-10 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 75 Figure 4-8: Sample polar plot Plot window parameters Plotting graphs Page 4-11...
  • Page 76 Plot setup parameters Page 4-12 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 77: Conic Plots

    Conic plots – Figure 4-9: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for conic plots Figure 4-10: Sample conic plot Plot window parameters Plotting graphs Page 4-13...
  • Page 78 Plot setup parameters Page 4-14 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 79: Differential Equation Plots

    Differential equation plots Figure 4-11: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for plotting differential equations Figure 4-12: Sample differential equation plot Plot window parameters Plotting graphs Page 4-15...
  • Page 80 Plot setup parameters Page 4-16 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 81: Truth Plots

    Truth plots Figure 4-13: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for truth plots Figure 4-14: Sample truth plot Plot window parameters Plotting graphs Page 4-17...
  • Page 82 Plot setup parameters Page 4-18 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 83: Slopefield Plots

    Slopefield plots Figure 4-15: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for slopefield plots Plot window parameters Plotting graphs ------------- - – Figure 4-16: Sample slopefield plot Page 4-19...
  • Page 84: Wireframe Plots

    Plot setup parameters Wireframe plots y xy – Figure 4-17: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for wireframe plots Figure 4-18: Sample wireframe plot Page 4-20 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 85: Pseudo-contour Plots

    Plot window parameters Plot setup parameters Pseudo-Contour plots y xy – Plotting graphs Page 4-21...
  • Page 86 Figure 4-19: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for pseudo-contour plots Figure 4-20: Sample pseudo-contour plot Plot window parameters Plot setup parameters Page 4-22 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 87: Y-slice Plots

    Y-Slice plots y xy – Figure 4-21: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for Y-Slice plots Figure 4-22: Sample slice of a Y-slice plot Plot window parameters Plotting graphs Page 4-23...
  • Page 88: Gridmap Plots

    Plot setup parameters Gridmap plots Figure 4-23: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for gridmap plots Figure 4-24: Sample gridmap plots Plot window parameters Page 4-24 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 89: Parametric Surface Plots

    Plot setup parameters Parametric surface plots Figure 4-25: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for parametric surface plots Figure 4-26: Sample parametric surface plot Plotting graphs Page 4-25...
  • Page 90 Plot window (1) parameters Plot window (2) parameters Plot setup parameters Page 4-26 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 91: Fast 3-d Plots

    Fast 3-D plots y xy – Figure 4-27: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for Fast 3-D plots Figure 4-28: Sample Fast 3-D plot Plot window parameters Plotting graphs Page 4-27...
  • Page 92: Statistical Plots

    Plot setup parameters Statistical plots Page 4-28 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 93: Scatter Plots

    Scatter plots Figure 4-29: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for scatter plots Figure 4-30: Sample scatter plot Plot window parameters Plotting graphs Page 4-29...
  • Page 94 Plot setup parameters Page 4-30 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 95 Bar charts Figure 4-31: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for bar charts Figure 4-32: Sample bar chart Plot window parameters Plotting graphs Page 4-31...
  • Page 96 Plot setup parameters Page 4-32 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 97 Histograms Figure 4-33: Default plot window and plot setup parameters for histograms Figure 4-34: Sample histogram Plot window parameters Plot setup parameters Plotting graphs Page 4-33...
  • Page 98 Page 4-34 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 99: Cursor Movement

    Cursor movement Standard cursor movement Tracing a plot Cursor coordinates Plotting graphs Page 4-35...
  • Page 100: Zooming

    Zooming To zoom in To zoom out Zoom options Page 4-36 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 101: Analyzing Functions

    Setting the zoom factor Forcing a proportional zoom Resetting the zoom default Analyzing functions Plotting graphs Page 4-37...
  • Page 102: Finding Roots

    Function analysis tools list Finding roots Finding extrema Page 4-38 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 103: Finding Slopes

    Finding slopes Finding areas Finding intersections Plotting graphs Page 4-39...
  • Page 104: Tables

    Tables Customizing table values Page 4-40 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 105: Special Plotting And Table Variables

    Special plotting and table variables PPAR Plotting graphs Page 4-41...
  • Page 106: Vpar

    VPAR ZPAR TPAR Page 4-42 Plotting graphs...
  • Page 107 Chapter 5 Working with expressions Contents Working with expressions Page 5-1...
  • Page 108: Configuring The Cas

    Introduction Configuring the CAS Page 5-2 Working with expressions...
  • Page 109: Numeric Option

    Numeric option SIN(2* *X + 3* *X) SIN(5.X. ) Approx option > >\ >\ Working with expressions Page 5-3...
  • Page 110: Other Options

    Other options Page 5-4 Working with expressions...
  • Page 111: Using The Computer Algebra System

    Using the computer algebra system ù $GYDQFHG 8VHUªV *XLGH 3RFNHW *XLGH Working with expressions Page 5-5...
  • Page 112 >ú <! <$ >ó <* <% <& >û >û Page 5-6 Working with expressions...
  • Page 113: Working From The Command Line

    Working from the command line Inserting an expression onto the command line Working with expressions >I Page 5-7...
  • Page 114 Command line example <*]]\ s<˜ŒO >ú\ Page 5-8 Working with expressions...
  • Page 115: Working In Equation Writer

    Working in Equation Writer Working with expressions Page 5-9...
  • Page 116: Performing Substitutions

    Performing substitutions atan >ú \ >ïOq = }=<UO} >IO>æ >…\ Page 5-10 >ú Working with expressions...
  • Page 117: Expanding And Factorizing

    {HH` = Expanding and factorizing Expanding expressions >ú\ Working with expressions 2x 5 – – Page 5-11...
  • Page 118 Expanding a part of the expression [[>} >ú\ Page 5-12 Working with expressions...
  • Page 119: Factorizing Expressions

    Factorizing expressions Example >ú]\ Working with expressions – – Page 5-13...
  • Page 120: Exponential And Trigonometric Expressions

    Exponential and trigonometric expressions >û Page 5-14 <* <* <* >û Working with expressions...
  • Page 121 Working with expressions >û >û – >û – >û – – >û Page 5-15...
  • Page 122 Example >û[[[[[[\ >ú\ Page 5-16 >û – os >û 1 sin – Working with expressions...
  • Page 123: Calculus Commands

    Calculus commands Working with expressions < $ < $ < $ < $ Page 5-17...
  • Page 124: Example

    Example o>P>POq }= [[[[ <$\]] >ù >ú\ Page 5-18 Working with expressions...
  • Page 125: Differentiating An Expression Step-by-step

    Differentiating an expression step-by-step Setting step-by-step mode Performing step-by-step operations ù ù ù Working with expressions Page 5-19...
  • Page 126: Step-by-step Example

    Step-by-step example sO}}= tO}q }}}> >ù >ù >ù >ù Page 5-20 Working with expressions...
  • Page 127: Solving Equations

    Chapter 6 Solving equations Contents Introduction Solving equations Page 6-1...
  • Page 128: About Solving Equations

    About solving equations – – – Page 6-2 Solving equations...
  • Page 129: Solving An Equation

    Solving an equation Example · ¶ Solving equations Page 6-3...
  • Page 130: Interpreting Results

    Interpreting results Page 6-4 Solving equations...
  • Page 131: Solving Polynomial Equations

    Solving polynomial equations – – Example – Solving equations – – – – Page 6-5...
  • Page 132 Page 6-6 Solving equations...
  • Page 133: Finding A Polynomial From A Set Of Roots

    Finding a polynomial from a set of roots Solving linear systems Solving equations – Page 6-7...
  • Page 134: Representing A System As Matrices

    Representing a system as matrices Page 6-8 – \ – – – – – Solving equations...
  • Page 135: Example

    Example Solving equations – – – – – Page 6-9...
  • Page 136: Solving Differential Equations

    Solving differential equations $GYDQFHG 8VHUªV *XLGH Page 6-10 Solving equations...
  • Page 137: Using The Financial Solver

    Using the financial solver Time-value-of-money calculation parameters Solving equations Page 6-11...
  • Page 138: Time-value-of-money Calculations

    Time-value-of-money calculations Page 6-12 Solving equations...
  • Page 139: Amortizing The Calculation

    Amortizing the calculation Solving equations Page 6-13...
  • Page 140 Page 6-14 Solving equations...
  • Page 141 Chapter 7 Storing objects Contents Introduction Storing objects Page 7-1...
  • Page 142: Variables

    Variables à à Creating a variable Page 7-2 Storing objects...
  • Page 143 Listing variables Using Using File Manager Storing objects Page 7-3...
  • Page 144: Using A Variable In A Calculation

    Using a variable in a calculation User-defined functions Creating a user-defined function Page 7-4 Storing objects...
  • Page 145: Directories

    Evaluating a user-defined function Directories Storing objects Page 7-5...
  • Page 146: Creating A Directory

    Creating a directory Page 7-6 Storing objects...
  • Page 147: Selecting A Directory Or Variable

    Selecting a directory or variable Method 1 Storing objects Page 7-7...
  • Page 148: Managing Variables And Directories

    Method 2 Method 3 Managing variables and directories Deleting a variable or directory Page 7-8 Storing objects...
  • Page 149: Copying Or Moving A Variable Or Directory

    Copying or moving a variable or directory Renaming a variable or directory Storing objects Page 7-9...
  • Page 150: Editing A Variable

    Editing a variable Memory Management Page 7-10 Storing objects...
  • Page 151: Using Port Memory

    Using port memory Moving objects to port memory Storing objects Page 7-11...
  • Page 153 Chapter 8 Vectors, lists, arrays, and matrices Contents Introduction Vectors, lists, arrays, and matrices Page 8-1...
  • Page 154: Vectors

    Vectors Creating vectors Selecting vector notation Selecting an angle unit Page 8-2 Vectors, lists, arrays, and matrices...
  • Page 155: Vector Mathematics

    Entering vectors Vector mathematics Vectors, lists, arrays, and matrices Page 8-3...
  • Page 156 Absolute magnitude Page 8-4 Vectors, lists, arrays, and matrices -- - -- -...
  • Page 157: Dot Product

    Dot product Cross product Vectors, lists, arrays, and matrices Page 8-5...
  • Page 158: Lists

    Lists Creating a list Working with lists Single-argument commands Multiple-argument commands Page 8-6 Vectors, lists, arrays, and matrices...
  • Page 159: Arrays And Matrices

    Arrays and matrices Creating arrays Using Matrix Writer Vectors, lists, arrays, and matrices Page 8-7...
  • Page 160 Using the command line Page 8-8 Vectors, lists, arrays, and matrices...
  • Page 161: Quickly Moving Through An Array

    Quickly moving through an array Editing an array Vectors, lists, arrays, and matrices Page 8-9...
  • Page 162: Matrix Arithmetic

    Matrix arithmetic Adding or subtracting two matrices Multiplying or dividing a matrix by a scalar Page 8-10 Vectors, lists, arrays, and matrices...
  • Page 163 Multiplying two matrices Finding the determinant of a square matrix Solving a system of linear equations Vectors, lists, arrays, and matrices Page 8-11...
  • Page 164 Page 8-12 3 4 25 5 3 – 3 1 0 3 0 1 4 Vectors, lists, arrays, and matrices...
  • Page 165 Chapter 9 Using statistics Introduction 'HVFULSWLYH VWDWLVWLFV ,QIHUHQWLDO VWDWLVWLFV Using statistics Contents Page 9-1...
  • Page 166: Descriptive Statistics

    Descriptive statistics 6LQJOHYDULDEOH VWDWLVWLFV )UHTXHQFLHV )LW GDWD 6XPPDU\ VWDWLVWLFV Starting an application and specifying the data >÷ Page 9-2 Using statistics...
  • Page 167: Single-variable Statistics

    Single-variable statistics Using statistics Page 9-3...
  • Page 168: Generating Frequencies

    Generating frequencies Page 9-4 Using statistics...
  • Page 169: Fitting A Model To A Set Of Data

    Fitting a model to a set of data Using statistics Page 9-5...
  • Page 170: Calculating Summary Statistics

    Predicting a value based on the regression Calculating summary statistics Page 9-6 Using statistics...
  • Page 171: Plotting Statistics

    Plotting statistics Inferential statistics Example data Using statistics Page 9-7...
  • Page 172: Using Inferential Statistics

    Using inferential statistics >÷ Page 9-8 Using statistics...
  • Page 173: Hypothesis Tests

    Hypothesis tests One-Sample Z-Test Menu name: Inputs Using statistics Page 9-9...
  • Page 174 Results Two-Sample Z-Test Menu name: Inputs Results Page 9-10 Using statistics...
  • Page 175 One-Proportion Z-Test Menu name: Inputs Results Using statistics Page 9-11...
  • Page 176 Two-Proportion Z-Test Menu name: Inputs Results Page 9-12 Using statistics...
  • Page 177 One-Sample T-Test Menu name: Inputs Results Using statistics Page 9-13...
  • Page 178 Two-Sample T-Test Menu name: Inputs Results Page 9-14 Using statistics...
  • Page 179: Confidence Intervals

    Confidence intervals One-Sample Z-Interval Menu name: Inputs Results Two-Sample Z-Interval Menu name: Inputs Using statistics Page 9-15...
  • Page 180 Results One-Proportion Z-Interval Menu name: Inputs Results Two-Proportion Z-Interval Menu name: Inputs Page 9-16 Using statistics...
  • Page 181 Results One-Sample T-Interval Menu name: Inputs Results Using statistics Page 9-17...
  • Page 182 Two-Sample T-Interval Menu name: Inputs Results Page 9-18 Using statistics...
  • Page 183: Introduction To Programming

    Chapter 10 Introduction to programming Contents Introduction to programming Page 10-1...
  • Page 184: Getting Started

    Introduction $GYDQFHG 8VHUªV *XLGH 3RFNHW *XLGH Getting started « » « A B » Page 10-2 Introduction to programming...
  • Page 185: Creating, Saving, And Running A Program

    « A B ' (A^2+B^2)' » « A B ' (A^2+B^2)' » PYTH Creating, saving, and running a program Introduction to programming Page 10-3...
  • Page 186: The Programming Menu

    The programming menu Page 10-4 Introduction to programming...
  • Page 187: Algebraic And Rpn Modes

    Algebraic and RPN modes Using functions that require arguments « "ENTER A NUMBER" "" INPUT » « INPUT ("ENTER A NUMBER","") OBJ (NUM1) NUM1 » Introduction to programming NUM1; Page 10-5...
  • Page 188: Handling Data

    Handling data Input data Output data How a program flows IF THEN Page 10-6 Introduction to programming...
  • Page 189: Nested Procedures

    « INPUT PROCESSING OUTPUT » Nested procedures « A B 'A+B' » « « IF A>B THEN A-B ELSE B-A » » Introduction to programming C; A^2-B^2 Page 10-7...
  • Page 190: Working With Variables

    Working with variables Using local variables « » Setting variables Page 10-8 Introduction to programming...
  • Page 191 Setting local variables to hold input arguments « « Setting a local variable to a value « 9.81 G » « « 9.81 « A*G » » » « « 9.81 G 'A+G' » » Introduction to programming  Page 10-9...
  • Page 192: Setting A Local Variable To The Result Of A Calculation

    Setting a local variable to the result of a calculation « » « « A+B » » « « A+B » » « « A+B « C+ (A-B) » » » Page 10-10 Introduction to programming...
  • Page 193: Using Global Variables

    Using global variables Example « » « « » » Introduction to programming Page 10-11...
  • Page 194 « « (A/TOTL)*100 » » « « (A/TOTL)*100 » » « « (A/TOTL)*100 RESLT1+" %" RESLT1 » » Page 10-12 RESLT1; RESLT1 ; Introduction to programming...
  • Page 195: Looping And Branching

    Looping and branching Comparison functions A==B A<B A>B SAME(A,B) Conditional and looping structures FRPSDULVRQ FRPSDULVRQ FRPSDULVRQ FRPSDULVRQ FRGH H[SUHVVLRQ H[SUHVVLRQ H[SUHVVLRQQ Introduction to programming FRGH FRGH FRGH FRGH FRGH FRGH FRGHQ FRGH FRPSDULVRQ Page 10-13...
  • Page 196: Example

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  • Page 197: Trapping Errors

    « @ Local variable S is used @ to store the step number. @ Step from 1 to the size of the list. FOR(S,1,SIZE(MARKS)) @ Extracts the element from the list GET(MARKS,S) @ Compares it to the pass mark, amends and @ replaces with the new value.
  • Page 198: Example

    Example « @ Set numeric mode so that error trap works SF(-3) ; @ Create an empty list {} MARKS ; @ Set up a loop for 20 entries. WHILE SIZE(MARKS)<20 REPEAT @ Start error-checking routine. IFERR INPUT("Enter a number","") @ Attempt to convert the entry to a number.
  • Page 199: Transferring Objects Between Calculators

    Appendix A Connecting to another calculator Contents Introduction Transferring objects between calculators Connecting to another calculator Page A-1...
  • Page 200: Transferring Data Between Two Hp 49gs

    Transferring data between two HP 49Gs Transferring objects to or from an HP 48 Page A-2 Connecting to another calculator...
  • Page 201 >,2@ Connecting to another calculator Page A-3...
  • Page 203: Error Messages

    Appendix B Error messages Introduction à Message Meaning Error messages Page B-1...
  • Page 204 Message (Continued) Meaning ‡ Page B-2 Error messages...
  • Page 205 Message (Continued) Meaning Error messages Page B-3...
  • Page 206 Message (Continued) Meaning Page B-4 Error messages...
  • Page 207 Appendix C Units REMHFWV Unit (Full Name) Units BLQ >ø $GYDQFHG 8VHUªV *XLGH ¥ ¥ XQLW Value in SI Units ¥ ¥ Page C-1...
  • Page 208 Unit (Full Name) (Continued) Page C-2 Value in SI Units ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ Units...
  • Page 209 Unit (Full Name) (Continued) Units Value in SI Units ¥ ¥ ¥ Page C-3...
  • Page 210 Unit (Full Name) (Continued) Value in SI Units ¥ Page C-4 Units...
  • Page 211 Unit (Full Name) (Continued) Units Value in SI Units ¥ ¥ ¥ Page C-5...
  • Page 212 Unit (Full Name) (Continued) Page C-6 Value in SI Units ¥ ¥ ¥ Units...
  • Page 213 Appendix D Troublehooting Contents Introduction Troublehooting Page D-1...
  • Page 214: Calculator Will Not Turn On

    Calculator will not turn on Resetting the calculator Batteries Page D-2 Troublehooting...
  • Page 215 When to replace the batteries LowBat(S) Replacing the batteries Troublehooting Page D-3...
  • Page 216: Calculator Is Not Responding

    Calculator is not responding Halting the system Halting the system from the keyboard Page D-4 Troublehooting...
  • Page 217: Resetting The Memory

    Halting the system without using the keyboard Resetting the memory Calculator continually re-boots Troublehooting Page D-5...
  • Page 218: Error On Start Up

    Error on start up Low memory No room for last stack No room for last stack Page D-6 Troublehooting...
  • Page 219: Insufficient Memory

    Insufficient memory Insufficient memory Out of memory Out of memory Troublehooting Page D-7...
  • Page 220 Page D-8 Troublehooting...
  • Page 221 Appendix E Working in RPN mode Contents Introduction Working in RPN mode Page E-1...
  • Page 222: Using The Stack

    Using the stack OHYHO 8745 Placing objects on the stack Page E-2 Working in RPN mode...
  • Page 223: Performing Rpn Calculations

    Performing RPN calculations Working in RPN mode Page E-3...
  • Page 224: Example Stack Calculations

    Example stack calculations Using a one-argument command ([DPSOH Using a multi-argument command Method 1 ([DPSOH Page E-4 Working in RPN mode...
  • Page 225: Multi-command Calculations

    Method 2 ([DPSOH Multi-command calculations ([DPSOH Working in RPN mode 531441 -- - – 17 19 Page E-5...
  • Page 226: Using Computer Algebra Commands

    Using computer algebra commands ([DPSOH Page E-6 -- - Working in RPN mode...
  • Page 227: Manipulating Stack Data

    Manipulating stack data Interactive stack commands &RPPDQG )XQFWLRQ Working in RPN mode Page E-7...
  • Page 228 &RPPDQG )XQFWLRQ &RQWLQXHG Page E-8 Working in RPN mode...
  • Page 229 9-6 bivariate data, data modelling 9-5 branching in programming 10-13 calculations in RPN mode E-3 RPN examples E-4 sample 2-24 calculator modes 2-18 calculus commands 5-17 accessing 5-6 CAS See computer algebra system characters...
  • Page 230 entering 2-10 lower-case 2-10 special 2-11 upper-case 2-10 characters tool 2-12 check fields 2-16 clock 2-20 display 2-19 coefficients, polynomial 6-5 command line 2-7 calculations 2-24 editing 2-13 multi-line entries 2-8 commands 2-6 CAS command categories 5-6 interactive stack commands E-7 comparison functions, in programming 10-13 complex mode 5-4...
  • Page 231 e 3-4 editing, full page 2-19 engineering mode 2-9 entry mode 3-5 environmental limits D-1 EQ 4-41 equation creating in Equation Writer 3-2 placing on the stack E-2 solving a polynomial 6-5 solving differential equations 6-10 Equation Writer 3-2 examples 3-8 modes of operation 3-5 selecting terms 3-7 shortcut keys 3-9...
  • Page 232 home directory 7-5 hypothesis tests, inferential statistics 9- i 3-4 I/O A-1 Implied multiplication in Equation Writer 3-4 indenting 2-19 independent variable configuring 5-4 inferential statistics confidence intervals 9-14 example data 9-7 hypothesis tests 9-9 One-Proportion Z-Interval 9-15 One-Sample Z-Interval 9-14 One-Sample Z-Test 9-9 Two-Proportion Z-Interval 9-16 Two-Proportion Z-Test 9-11...
  • Page 233 9-4 in statistical data 9-3 modes 2-18 algebraic 2-4 2-21 approximate 2-4 2-23 calculator 2-18 changing 2-18 complex 5-4 complex number 2-4 computer algebra system 2-20 cursor 3-5 display 2-19 engineering 2-9 entry 3-5 exact 2-4...
  • Page 234 See also envi- ronmental limits Canada xi Japan xi USA x reminder See appointment reset defaults 2-16 resetting calculator D-2 reverse Polish notation See RPN right-shift keyboard 1-3 rigorous mode, setting 5-5 roots 4-38 polynomial 6-5 RPN 2-22...
  • Page 235 slopefield plots 4-19 solving equations 6-2 interpreting results 6-4 linear systems 6-7 8-11 simultaneous equations 6-7 special characters 2-11 stack Also see history example calculations E-4 interactive stack commands E-7 manipulating data E-7 performing calculations E-3 standard deviation 9-3 standard mode 2-9 statistical plots 4-3 4-28 statistics...
  • Page 236 vector mathematics absolute magnitude 8-4 dot product 8-5 vector product 8-5 vectors 8-2 creating 8-2 polynomial 6-5 verbose mode, configuring 5-4 view volume 4-20 VPAR 4-42 warnings See error messages warranty xii wireframe plots 4-20 World Wide Web x Y-slice plots 4-23 Z-Interval, inferential statistics 9-14 zooming factor 4-36...

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