This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?

**The four things you want your program to do:
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• Prompt - to ask you for something • Calculate and store – perform whatever operations need to be done on that something, and put it somewhere

• Display – to tell you what was the result of those calculations on those somethings

**Let’s start simple:
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• We’ll program the calculator to find the circumference of a circle:

**Let’s start simple:
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• We’ll program the calculator to find the circumference of a circle: • First click PRGM:

**Let’s start simple:
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• We’ll program the calculator to find the circumference of a circle: • First click PRGM: • Cursor to NEW:

**Let’s start simple:
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• We’ll program the calculator to find the circumference of a circle: • First click PRGM: • Cursor to NEW: • Enter:

**Let’s start simple:
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• Notice the cursor is a letter A, which means it’s in alpha mode.

**Let’s start simple:
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• Notice the cursor is a letter A, which means it’s in alpha mode. • The calculator is waiting for you to type in the name of the program...call it CIRCMFNC

**Let’s start simple:
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• Notice the cursor is a letter A, which means it’s in alpha mode. • The calculator is waiting for you to type in the name of the program...call it CIRCMFNC • enter

**Let’s start simple:
**

• Click PRGM again • This time you see a different menu than the last time you clicked PRGM:

**Let’s start simple:
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• Click PRGM again • This time you see a different menu than the last time you clicked PRGM: • Cursor to I/O

**Let’s start simple:
**

• Click PRGM again • This time you see a different menu than the last time you clicked PRGM: • Cursor to I/O • Select Prompt, hit enter:

**Let’s start simple:
**

• Now the calc is waiting for you to tell it what to prompt for

**Let’s start simple:
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• Now the calc is waiting for you to tell it what to prompt for • You have to get back into alpha mode before you answer

**Let’s start simple:
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• Now the calc is waiting for you to tell it what to prompt for • You have to get back into alpha mode before you answer • So press ALPHA, then type R, then enter:

**Let’s start simple:
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• Now we have to give the program a formula to calculate circumference, so type in 2R

**Let’s start simple:
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• Now we have to give the program a formula to calculate circumference, so type in 2R • Then STO> • Then alpha C, then enter

**Let’s start simple:
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• Now we have to give the program a formula to calculate circumference, so type in 2R • Then STO> • Then alpha C, then enter

You just asked the calculator to perform the calculation and call the answer C!

**Let’s start simple:
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• Now we have to ask the calculator to display the result of the calculation

**Let’s start simple:
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• Click PRGM again, cursor to I/O as before, and this time select DISP

**Let’s start simple:
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• Click PRGM again, cursor to I/O as before, and this time select DISP, then enter

**Let’s start simple:
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• Click PRGM again, cursor to I/O as before, and this time select DISP, then enter • Click 2ND ALPHA to lock into alpha mode

**Let’s start simple:
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• Click PRGM again, cursor to I/O as before, and this time select DISP and enter to get this: • Click 2ND ALPHA to lock into alpha mode • Type “C EQUALS”, C then enter

**Now let’s execute the program:
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• Click 2ND QUIT to exit this mode

**Now let’s execute the program:
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• Click 2ND QUIT to exit this mode • PRGM

**Now let’s execute the program:
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• Click 2ND QUIT to exit this mode • PRGM • Enter:

**Now let’s execute the program:
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• Click 2ND QUIT to exit this mode • PRGM • Enter: • Enter:

**Now let’s execute the program:
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• Click 2ND QUIT to exit this mode • PRGM • Enter: • Enter:

Prompting you for R, just like you told it to

**Now let’s execute the program:
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• Click 2ND QUIT to exit this mode • PRGM • Enter: • Enter: • Type 10 then enter:

**Now let’s execute the program:
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• Click 2ND QUIT to exit this mode • PRGM • Enter: • Enter: • Type 10 then enter:

Displaying what you told it to display!

**Now let’s execute the program:
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• Click 2ND QUIT to exit this mode • PRGM • Enter: • Enter: • Type 10 then enter:

Calculated 2r and now displaying the result!

**You can use this “prompt, store, display” procedure to input programs for:
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• Vertex formula

**You can use this “prompt, store, display” procedure to input programs for:
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• Quadratic formula to find zeros:

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