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The status bar will display messages and current status like battery level, angle mode, fraction
results, complex mode, or input/output settings.
Select the desired icon by highlighting it
and pressing l or just press the number
or letter in the lower right corner.
The a key activates any function
displayed on or above the calculator
buttons that is in red. For example, to
, press a, then f.
type the letter
The function keys allow you to access the
tab (soft key) menus that will come up at
the bottom of the screen. When an (>)
appears above the u key, selecting u
will offer more on-screen choices.
The p key displays every mode the
calculator has. To select a mode, you
may $N to the desired icon and press
l or press the number or letter in the
lower right hand corner of the icon.
The d key operates like the back
arrow on a web browser; it will take you
back one screen each time you select it.
The d key will not take you to the
icon menu.
The L key activates any function dis-
played on or above the calculator buttons
that is yellow. For example, to find the
square root of number, you would need
to press L, then s. L5gives you
access to on-screen color formatting.
The O key will power the unit on. To
turn the unit off, press the yellow L
key, then O key.
The l key executes operations. When
data is entered, the l button must be
pressed to store the data.
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    The status bar will display messages and current status like battery level, angle mode, fraction results, complex mode, or input/output settings. The function keys allow you to access the Select the desired icon by highlighting it tab (soft key) menus that will come up at and pressing l or just press the number the bottom of the screen.

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    The following explains the meaning of each icon on the Prizm main icon menu. Run•Matrix Equation This icon menu is used for general This icon menu is used to solve computations, including binary, octal, linear equations with two through six...

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    Quick Start Guide IM GE B CKGROUNDS You can view images as backgrounds in Statistics, Spreadsheet, Graph, Dynamic Graphing, Table, Recursion, Conics, and Financial modes. To display a background image press Lpand scroll to Background: and select e. To see a preview of each image, press y(Detail) and scroll through the file choices. Make your selection and dout of (SET UP).

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    Quick Start Guide ∏ Press q( XTRNS) to change the graph to q(T-Y) or w(T-X). π To see a table of values for your plotted points, press i, then e(List). ote: (FORM T) will always display the color options. Here, the plots were changed from yellow to pink.

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    Quick Start Guide GR PH Various icons (Run, Table, Dynamic, Recursion & Conics) will allow you to graph or analyze the graphs of given information. This section is an overview of the GRAPH Icon and will highlight some basic features of this mode.

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    Quick Start Guide ∏ e(Maximum): ote: s long as the x-value of your vertex is in the viewable domain, you do not need to see the vertex to calculate the maximum value. However, you can change the e(V-Window) viewing window by selecting in the graph window.

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    Quick Start Guide This section is an overview of the RUN icon. To select this icon, highlight it and press l or press 1 to display the initial screen. ote: ll operations in this handout will utilize the “Math” input mode, which allows natural input and display of certain functions, just as they appear in a textbook.

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    Quick Start Guide From the Run menu, many calculations can be entered by selecting i. For example, hyperbolic, probability/distribution, numeric (including differential and integration), conversion, engineering, complex number and binary, octal, decimal and hexadecimal calculations. π To calculate the possible number of different arrangements using 4 items selected from among 10 items, enter the following from the Run home screen: iue10w4l •...

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    Quick Start Guide T BLE This section is an overview of the TABLE Icon. To select this icon, you may highlight it and press l or press 7. The initial screen allows immediate input of functions that are set equal to 0. To change the type of expression to be entered, press e(TYPE).

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    Quick Start Guide π From the table view screen, you can press y(G-CON) to see a connected plot or u(G-PLT) to see a plot graph for the function you entered. ∫ To see a split screen of your table and graph, press (SET UP).

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    Quick Start Guide ST TISTICS This section is an overview of the STAT icon; it will highlight just a few of the features for single-variable data and paired-variable data. To select this icon, you may highlight it and press or press The initial screen is the List Editor Screen that allows input of statistical data and performs numerous statistical calculations.

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