display the results in a graph or table. You can copy and paste the calculations or

graph into other programs using Newton Works commands. To learn about Newton

Works, see the chapters on Newton Works in the

Newton Works:

calculation, it

appears here.

to print, send, duplicate,

or delete a calculation

document.

calculation document.

the calculation document

into a folder.

measurement to use for angles and the default number format.

and right of the decimal. For example,

number before a symbol or a space between symbols is interpreted as multiplication.

For example:

in parentheses are solved first.

m Factorials (evaluated left to right)

m Exponent operator (evaluated right to left)

m Unary minus (for example, a)

m Multiplication and division (evaluated left to right). For example, in the expression

m Tap Tools and then tap Evaluate.

m Press Enter.

m Press x-Return.

calculation area if you are defining a variable or function. If any errors are found, an

error message appears.

how to perform these actions, see the documentation that came with your

Newton device.)

m Position the caret to the right of the information you want to delete and press the

m Select the information you want to delete and press the Delete key.

they are located on.

saved as you enter information. There is no save command or button.

folders using the Folder button. When you create a new calculation document, it is

automatically stored in the current folder you are viewing. You can file calculation

documents into other folders at any time.

into folders.

disappear from your screen.

on organizing information in the

you're trying to find a particular document.

m To see a list of items press Overview.

see the chapter on printing, faxing, and beaming in the

Newton Works graphing calculator software

the software using the

that came with the Newton Connection Utilities software.

and how to create your own functions and variables.

calculations. These functions are grouped as follows:

m Math

m Trigonometry

m Series

m Hyperbolic

m Financial

functions from a list.

m Type the function name on the keyboard, or

Hyperbolic, Advanced, or Financial).

integers on x.5 values)

decimal point of x

natural logarithm) of x

positive integers)

(that is, the remainder of x/y)

The Remainder function returns x y * round(x/y). A different definition is

x remainder(x,y), which gives the closest value to x that is evenly divisible by y.

or gradients, follow these steps:

the math window are not automatically updated.

following functions:

frequently in the list, or multiple values if they

occur with equal frequency

variance

to largest

(1 (1 + r)^n)/r

compounded annually.

function name followed by the argument names in parentheses on the left side of the

equals sign and an expression on the right.

for these parameters when you use the function in a calculation. For example,

to evaluate the function

m Enter the function and press Enter.

function is added to the Your Functions list. Functions are saved automatically. There

is no save command or button.

use the following format:

other function.

m Type the function name on the keyboard, or

m e

m pi ()

m infinity

m negative infinity

m Type the function name from the keyboard, or

case-sensitive, can be up to 255 characters in length, and must begin with a letter.

constant into the math window.

and table views.

an Axis" in Chapter 3.

calculations. You can also change their values and store them.

1, 5, and 10 seconds. Take the origin 0 as the elevation of the starting point, the y-axis

vertical, and the upward direction as positive.

downward, or 32 ft/s2

ceiling. The weight comes to rest in its equilibrium position, stretching the spring

2 ft. The weight is then pulled down 5 in. below its equilibrium position and released

at t = 0. No external forces are present; but the resistance of the medium in pounds

is equal to 4(dx/dt), where dx/dt is the instantaneous velocity in feet per second. Plot

the damped oscillatory motion.

damped motion:

automatically after you evaluate the function. If a function is dependent on a variable,

the graph is updated automatically when you change the value of that variable.

shows the line style used to draw the curve associated with that function.

have displayed.

Zoom Out.

beep noise.

the rectangle.

m Tap Zoom Default to set the x and y min and max values to 12 and +12,

m You can also change the zoom factor with the Scale slip. See "Changing the Scale

want to zoom in on.

the Scale slip.

the graph window, their default values are used.

the section "Using Variables" in Chapter 2.

point. Use the left and right arrow keys on your keyboard to move the box to the left

and right, respectively. The box will follow the curve of the graph.

and the (x,y) values of that point are displayed.

press the arrow keys on your keyboard to move the point in small increments to the

curve. When it reaches the curve, the X changes to a box.

move the point between lines.

keys on your keyboard to move around the graph. Pressing the arrow keys while

holding down the Shift or

m Tap Graph, then tap Close Graph.

line in the graph window).

shown below.

m In the math window, move the caret to the function you want to add to the table.

keys on your keyboard. Pressing the arrow keys while holding down the

the next.

can change these variables in the math window. For example:

beyond the tblStart and tblStop values in the table window.

m Tap Tools, then tap Close Table.

manipulate data. This chapter describes how to create and use lists in your

calculations and functions.

square brackets. You can enclose lists within lists and place functions in lists. The

following are examples of lists:

operation, they must be the same length. The following are some examples of simple

operations done with lists:

perform operations on the entire list--for example sum([list]). For more information

on lists and functions, see Chapter 2, "Using Functions and Variables."

For example:

the list:

m [[x1,y1],[x2,y2],[x3,y3],...]

m [[x1,x2,x3,...],[y1,y2,y3,...]]

An example is shown below:

operations on the x and y coordinates independently.

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