Casio fx991EX Classwiz Review

11012015, 06:13 PM
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11022015, 12:52 AM
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RE: Casio fx991EX Classwiz Review
but the #1 question is: can we shoehorn new firmware into it?!
cheers, rob :) 

11022015, 06:51 AM
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History is gone when powered off...variables stored in memories remain. Wish I could define f(X) in table, and use it in calculate mode to solve for roots or solve d f(X)/dx to find max/mins without having to retype the function in. Wish I could do the reverse process as well. That said, solve is great. I can do solve d/dx, then delete the d/dx and hit = to get the f(X) value for where d/dx = 0. I can even solve integral from point of interest to X to find what X value results in the integral producing some assigned value.
Solve and integral returns values accurate often to full display where as TI 36 Pro often is accurate to about 5 digits. Polynomials return all zeroes including imaginaries, degree 2 returns zeroes, and the X and y values of the polynomial's max or min. In regression, one can store a,b,c constants that the regression calculation generates, and use in rewriting the equation in calculation mode, and find predicted y value for given X or predicted X value for given y. A nice pocket companion. 

11092015, 02:12 AM
(This post was last modified: 11092015 02:13 AM by Eddie W. Shore.)
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Here is a speed test of the fx991EX versus Canon's F792SGA:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39tcSQBakMo 

11092015, 06:59 AM
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(11092015 02:12 AM)Eddie W. Shore Wrote: Here is a speed test of the fx991EX versus Canon's F792SGA: What astonishes me is that, apart from the screen resolution, both calculators not only show the same results, they do it in a very similar way. Do they share a common software base? Marcus von Cube Wehrheim, Germany http://www.mvcsys.de http://wp34s.sf.net http://mvcsys.de/doc/basiccompare.html 

11092015, 09:50 AM
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The Casio fx991DE X is a remarkable machine; the integration function is about as fast as the programme
http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread424...ht=lobatto on the HP 50G. 

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