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Using Casio FX-9750GII - PaulC - 08-24-2023 06:10 AM

Hello everyone,
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RE: Using Casio FX-9750GII - Dave Britten - 08-24-2023 12:34 PM

Not that I'm aware of, but you could certainly write a very small program that calculates a matrix using formulas for each element and stores it into one of the matrix variables. Then call that program to update the matrix.

It wouldn't need to be anything fancy, just a single line to calculate and store the matrix, e.g.:

[[2X-3,5X+1][6X-7,4X+2]]->Mat A

RE: Using Casio FX-9750GII - klesl - 08-24-2023 07:12 PM

The Eigenmath port exists for Casio fx-9750GII
Download the file from site below and try it
Eigenmath manual

RE: Using Casio FX-9750GII - Steve Simpkin - 08-24-2023 08:58 PM

It should also be noted that KhiCAS is available on the Casio Fx-9750GIII (thank you Parisse!) giving it a CAS that is similar to the one in the HP Prime (same Xcas engine). It *may* be able to help with your question.

This makes the Casio Fx-9750GIII the lowest priced currently produced graphing calculator in the U.S. with Python and CAS capabilities. Very impressive for under US$43 new.

Edit: I just noticed that your question was for the Fx-9750GII, not the Fx-9750GIII. My post probably does not apply to that model. Casio has so many model numbers!