The Casio FXG is a calculator which is widely known as being the world's first graphing calculator available to the public. It was introduced to the public and later manufactured between and c. The calculator offers 82 scientific functions and is capable of manual computation for basic arithmetic problems. The calculator can compute basic arithmetic functions with a precision up to 13 digits. Like many Casio calculators, the FXG includes a programming mode,  in addition to its display and graphing mode. It holds bytes of programming memory,  less than half a kilobyte.
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The Casio FXG is a calculator, known as being the world's first graphing calculator available to the public. It was introduced to the public and manufactured between and c. Notable features are its ability to graph functions, that it is programmable; the calculator offers 82 scientific functions and is capable of manual computation for basic arithmetic problems.
The calculator can compute basic arithmetic functions with a precision up to 13 digits. Like many Casio calculators, the FXG includes a programming mode, in addition to its display and graphing mode, it holds bytes of less than half a kilobyte. This is done by optimizing the number of steps a program has to fill a single unit of memory, instead of several. The user may save any program they create or are in the process of creating in one of ten programming slots, a feature used in the Casio BASIC handheld computer; the calculator uses a tokenized programming language, well suited to writing more complex programs, as memory efficiency is a priority.
Tokenization is performed by using characters and symbols in place of long lines of code to minimize the amount of memory being used; the User Manual programming catalog is written in these symbols, allowing for lengthier programs to be written with less effort and less memory. One example is a program; the calculator has 26 numeric memories as standard.
Additional memories can be created by reducing the number of bytes available for programs. Using this facility allows a total of 78 memories maximum; the calculator has a built in graphing feature, unique to its model.
The calculator can display either built-in graphs that are programmed or display a user defined graph. The user has the option to rewrite any of the programmed graphs. Statistical graphs can be generated: bar graphs, line graphs, normal distribution curves, regression lines; the FXG incorporates an LCD Dot Matrix design via the display window. The LCD is not capable of colour or grey scale display. A black casing surrounds the calculator along with a metal panel implemented on the rear.
Keys are labeled and printed on orange, blue and black malleable buttons; the calculator's dimensions are It has an approximate mass of The Casio FxG needs a 9. The calculator only uses batteries; the average battery life is around hours, shorter in length compared to similar models. The English suffixes - phobia , -phobic, -phobe occur in technical usage in psychiatry to construct words that describe irrational, unwarranted, persistent, or disabling fear as a mental disorder, in chemistry to describe chemical aversions, in biology to describe organisms that dislike certain conditions, in medicine to describe hypersensitivity to a stimulus sensory.
In common usage, they form words that describe dislike or hatred of a particular thing or subject; the suffix is antonymic to -phil-. For more information on the psychiatric side, including how psychiatry groups phobias such as agoraphobia , social phobia, or simple phobia, see phobia; the following lists include words ending in -phobia, include fears that have acquired names.
In some cases, the naming of phobias has become a word game, of notable example being a humorous article published by BBC News. In some cases, a word ending in -phobia may have an antonym with the suffix -phil-, e.
Many -phobia lists circulate on the Internet, with words collected from indiscriminate sources copying each other. A number of psychiatric websites exist that at the first glance cover a huge number of phobias, but in fact use a standard text to fit any phobia and reuse it for all unusual phobias by changing the name. Sometimes it leads to bizarre results, such as suggestions to cure " prostitute phobia"; such practice is used to attract search engines.
An article published in in American Journal of Psychology noted "the absurd tendency to give Greek names to objects feared which, as Arndt says, would give us such terms as klopsophobia — fear of thieves, triakaidekaphobia — fear of the number Specialists may prefer to avoid the suffix -phobia and use more descriptive terms such as personality disorders, anxiety disorders, avoidant personality disorder. Terms should have a Greek prefix although many are irregularly formed with Latin or English prefixes.
Many use imprecise prefixes, such as aerophobia for fear of flying. For antonyms , see here The suffix -phobia is used to coin terms that denote a particular anti-ethnic or anti-demographic sentiment, such as Americanophobia, Francophobia and Indophobia. A synonym with the prefix "anti-" exists. Anti-religious sentiments are expressed in terms such as Islamophobia. Other prejudices include: List of paraphilias Aldrich, C.. Trafford Publishing. He authored 15 books of poetry over a career.
Dickey was born in in Bellingham and was raised in Washington and Oregon, he attended Reed College , graduating in Snodgrass , Donald Justice , Philip Levine , Paul Petrie, Robert Dana , Constance Urdang , Jane Cooper , Donald Finkel , Henri Coulette—the list continues beyond the capacity of my memory, but it was a course I approached with rapture and fear, owing in part to Berryman's sometimes jagged abruptness, as when, having warned me beforehand that he was going to exhibit the profound mortality of one of my works, he held it out at arm's length in the class, looked at it with loathing, said, "Now, what are we to say about this ridiculous poem?
Dickey's first collection of poetry, Of the Festivity, was selected by W. In the foreword to the book, Auden wrote: It is possible to show evidence of great intelligence and sensibility but to be lacking in the first power essential to poetry, the power to speak, Mr. Dickey's lines have both. Dickey was an instructor in English at Cornell University from to , an assistant professor of English at Denison University from to In he joined the faculty of San Francisco State University as a professor of English and creative writing, teaching there until his retirement in Dickey died in at Kaiser Hospital in San Francisco.
The cause was complications from HIV-related surgeries. Shortly before his death, Dickey finished a poem, "The Death of John Berryman," about the suicide of his former teacher, it was published posthumously in Poetry and The Best American Poetry Casio fxG The Casio FXG is a calculator, known as being the world's first graphing calculator available to the public. WikiVisually Top Lists. Trending Stories.
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