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Hi all,
I just bought brand new CASIO Algebra FX 2.0+ calculator. I have a stupid question, how do I enter command like "Graph r=" or "Graph (X,Y)=("?
I already found Graph Y= or Graph integral, but it seems the other graph type commands are gone.

BTW: it is 16 years old model and it has better support for complex numbers than fx cg 20 (with the latest FW), e.g. it can compute sin (i)
MPoupe wrote:
"Graph r="
The command seems not to be available on the keyboard, also FA-124 forbids this command. But if you somehow get the command to the calculator (e.g.by file transfer), the command works very well.
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It seems there are more commands, which are supported, but not available on the keyboard, like different graph types, f₁~f₆, =>.
Interesting article is at http://casioprogramavenue.tripod.com/documents/nomoreif.txt
  
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