# DISCONTINUED.

Replacement model: fx-8200 AU

All functionality, including vectors, complex numbers that set the fx-100AU a part from the fx-82AU (as well as additional functionality in a superior statistics interface, table of values, exact values and more) is now available in the fx-8200 AU scientific calculator.

If you currently use the fx-100AU, support is available to you and your colleagues and students as you transition to the fx-8200 AU scientific calculator.

If you have any questions or require further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us at edusupport@shriro.com.au.

Replacement model: fx-8200 AU.

All functionality, including vectors, complex numbers that set the

fx-100AU a part from the fx-82AU

(as well as additional functionality in a superior statistics interface, table of values, exact values and more) is now available in the fx-8200 AU scientific calculator.

If you currently use the fx-100AU, support is available to you and your colleagues and students as you transition to the fx-8200 AU scientific calculator.

If you have any questions or require further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us at edusupport@shriro.com.au.

## MOVING TO THE fx-8200 AU

## MOVING TO THE

fx-8200 AU

Your resource guide to make the transition from fx-100AU to fx-8200 AU easier.

Our range of ‘how to’ videos will help you get up and running. Browse through our short explainer videos, flip through our ultimate user manual, or request a bespoke PD sessions for you and your faculty.

fx-8200 AU | How To Resources

**How to calculate 1-variable summary statistics**

The Statistics app on the fx-8200 AU can be used to calculate summary statistics for univariate data sets. This short…

fx-8200 AU | How To Resources

**How to change your answer into decimal format**

The fx-8200 AU gives exact values when it can, meaning we get can answers involving fractions, surds, and pi by…

fx-8200 AU | How To Resources

**How to use a table to solve f(x)=g(x)**

Generating a table of values using an

fx-8200 AU is useful, particularly when you’re wanting to define functions, say for financial calculations like…

fx-8200 AU | How To Resources

**How to calculate with surds**

Using the Calculate app, this video takes you through how to calculate

with surds, with exact and approximate results.

## HOW DO I ...

ON THE

fx-100AU PLUS

2nd edition

## Playlist

And functionality available via the

fx-82AU PLUS II 2nd edition:

## Playlist

## HOW DO I ... ON THE fx-100AU PLUS 2nd edition:

**Converting between units of measurement**

How to use a Casio fx-100AU PLUS 2nd edition to perform conversions between frequently used units of measurement.

Total video time: 2:17

**Vectors on the fx-100AU**

How to perform a range of calculations with vectors, including addition, scalar, dot and cross products.

Total video time: 3:31

**Complex numbers on the fx-100AU**

How to calculate probabilities corresponding to regions of the distribution of Z, the standard normal distribution.

Total video time: 2:03

**Calculating probabilities on the fx-100AU**

How to calculate probabilities corresponding to regions of the distribution of Z, the standard normal distribution.

Total video time: 2:16

And functionality available on the fx-82AU PLUS II 2nd edition:

**Angles and trigonometry **

This short video demonstrates a range of calculations involving angles and trigonometric ratios, using your fx-82/100AU PLUS. This includes working with and converting to and from angles in degrees, minutes and seconds as well as working with angles measured in degrees and radians.

Total video time: 3:50

**Scientific notation & memory functions**

This short video uses scientific notation to consider just how big a googol is, with help from your fx-82/100AU PLUS. Included is some sensible use of calculator memory functionality to store and recall numerical values.

Total video time: 3:25

**Prime factorisation**

This short video shows how to find the prime factorisation of an integer, using a Casio 2nd Edition fx-82/100AU PLUS. This powerful mathematical representation is then used to determine how many divisors two integers have, as well as their greatest common divisor.

Total video time: 3:34

**Calculating GCD & LCM of integers**

How to find the greatest common devisor (GCD) and lowest common multiple (LCM) of two integer, using your fx-82AU PLUS II or fx-100AU PLUS 2nd edition.

Total video time: 3:58

**Generating random numbers**

How to generate random numbers, using your fx-82/100AU PLUS. The generation of uniformly distributed pseudo random integers is used to investigate a probabilistic scenario, the outcome of summing three four-sided dice repeatedly.

Total video time: 2:11

**Summary statistics and raw data**

calculate univariate summary statistics using a Casio 2nd edition fx-82AU PLUS II or fx-100AU PLUS scientific calculator. Calculated are the mean and median of raw rental data.

Total video time: 2:36

**Summary statistics frequency table **

This short video shows how to calculate univariate summary statistics using a Casio 2nd edition fx-82AU PLUS II or fx-100AU PLUS scientific calculator. Calculated are the mean, standard deviation and five number summary of the outcomes of a probability experiment in a frequency table form.

Total video time: 3:41

**Equation of regression line of best fit**

This short video shows how to calculate the equation of the regression line of ‘best fit’, using a Casio 2nd edition fx-82AU PLUS II or fx-100AU PLUS scientific calculator. This calculation is performed on length of spring under suspension data. An extrapolation is made.

Total video time: 4:01

Designed for both teachers, students and parents, this manual will take you through best practice, navigation and highlights key mathematics examples to use in the classroom, or applied homework

Grab your free copy.

## USABLE MANUAL:

Designed for both teachers, students and parents, this guide will take you through best practice, navigation and highlights key mathematics examples to use in the classroom, or applied homework

Grab your free copy.

## fx-100AU PLUS 2nd edition FAQs

Yes! While you can’t buy a new model of the fx-100AU, the model is still approved for use for HSC by NESA.

Yes! While you can’t buy a new model of the fx-100AU, the model is still approved for use in all Australian States and Territories.

Follow the release of the fx-8200 AU scientific calculator, (and with the 8200’s superior functionality and less expensive price point) the decision was made to discontinue the fx-100AU PLUS 2nd edition scientific.

Yes! The emulator software for the fx-100AU PLUS is still available, however updated versions of the software will not become available.

This does unfortunately mean if you have had your laptop updated, to a new OS the software will not be compatible.

However, the fx-8200 AU web-based emulator software will provide all the functionality as the fx-100AU and in an easier to activate format (i.e. nothing to download!). We provide this software for free through a program called Prime Schools Plus.

If you’re a current member, please login to your account to access your license code and activation instructions.

If you are not a member, or have questions about if you should have access, please contact us at edusupport@shriro.com.au.

Please complete our PD request form and we’ll be in touch to set up your session/s at the time you’ve requested.

This PD is free-of-charge. You can request as many sessions as you would like.