Use of calculators in statistics, Applied Statistics

 

In recent years a number of calculators are available for doing statistical calculations over and above the usual addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The fx-82 model of the CASIO range is one of the popular models with this capacity. We will briefly explain the use of this model for doing statistical calculation.

Each key on the fx-82 model has a double operation. For example, above the key for each number you will find symbols like 1415_calculator in statistics.png . To use the keys for these statistical calculations you should first press the    SHIFT  key [in some older models it is the  INV  key] and then press the desired statistical key. 

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