Using Casios for finding roots using Deflation

11132022, 07:01 AM
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Using Casios for finding roots using Deflation
Please advise.
In calculus there is a method for finding several roots of a function called deflation. When a root is found, that’s root one, r1. To find the next root, the function becomes f(x)/(xr1). If a root is found, that’s root two, r2. To find the next root, the function to solve is (f(x)/(xr1))/(xr2) My question is, to make this repetitive process easier, I’d like to just modify the function accordingly to find successive root. Problem is that after I find a root, I can’t just store the result in a variable and keep the function intact so I can continue editing it for finding the next root. The way I need to exit the solver, erases the function I’m evaluating. How can I retain the function so I can edit it to find successive roots on the 991EX Classwiz, fx991ES Plus, and fx115ES Plus? Thanks 

11142022, 09:32 AM
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RE: Using Casios for finding roots using Deflation
(11132022 07:01 AM)Matt Agajanian Wrote: The way I need to exit the solver, erases the function I’m evaluating. First evaluate your function with CALC, with this step your function stored in History. Then use SOLVE When your root is on the screen (x=...; LR=0) press STO A Go up to your stored equation, bracket it () and press fraction button: with this step your function goes to fraction numerator and you can add (xA) into denominator From here same as above: Evaluate your function with CALC, type for x any value which is not equal A SOLVE .... STO B .... (xB) .... Next root is same as above again: .... .... STO C .... (xC) .... and so on... Enjoy! Cs. 

11152022, 11:05 PM
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RE: Using Casios for finding roots using Deflation
Here a cubic equation:
Cs. 

11162022, 03:04 AM
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RE: Using Casios for finding roots using Deflation
Although the keystrokes were kinda blocked due to hands covering the keyboard, your description of the keystrokes helped!
Now, let’s see if the Sharp cooperates. DRUMROLL, PLEASE! And yes it does!! The trick, after a root is found, exit by pressing ON/C. This brings up the equation with the cursor at the end of the equation. Press = Then, store X into A (first root) Move back up to the equation. Editing is enabled. So, bracket the equation in parentheses and add /(xa). Press SOLVER. Enter an initial guess. Adjust dx if you wish. Press = Once a root is found, Press ON/C The cursor is at the end of f(x), press =. This will add f(x) to the history list. Recall X and store in B as this is the second root. Move back up the history to edit the f(x) you solved. Bracket it and add / (xb). Press SOLVER. Repeat the above steps. 

11162022, 05:57 AM
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RE: Using Casios for finding roots using Deflation
(11152022 11:05 PM)Csaba Tizedes Wrote: Off topic, but I noticed the analemma in the cover of your calculator. Are you into sundials? 

11162022, 08:41 AM
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RE: Using Casios for finding roots using Deflation
(11162022 05:57 AM)Thomas Klemm Wrote: analemma  Are you into sundials? Not really, but I use it for sunrisenoonsunset calculations. You can download here the HiRes version: Analemma curve HiRes And a video about the calculation + how you can insert the analemma into calculator case (video timing set to 40:15, but Youtube not enough clever to understand... Damn...): Cs. 

11162022, 11:38 AM
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RE: Using Casios for finding roots using Deflation
(11162022 08:41 AM)Csaba Tizedes Wrote: Not really, but I use it for sunrisenoonsunset calculations. This old forum article might interest you: Sunrise and Sunset 

11162022, 11:51 AM
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(11162022 08:41 AM)Csaba Tizedes Wrote: video timing set to 40:15, but Youtube not enough clever to understand... A direct link works. But in the embedded iframe the following URL is used: src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/smmfPxDCmvo" Either YouTube doesn't allow the use of a timestamp in that case or then it could also be a limitation of MyBB. 

11192022, 11:23 PM
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RE: Using Casios for finding roots using Deflation
Great thread  help tips with the Solver function.


11202022, 12:11 AM
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