Equipped with a high resolution 4.8 inch large touch-panel LCD, the fx-CP400 provides clearer images of mathematical data for students, as well as a better way to comprehend the relationships between their equations and graphs since the calculator can display both at the same time. Also, with the touch of a button, the fx-CP400 can switch from a vertical view to a horizontal view, which is convenient for displaying long mathematical formulas on a single line. Both of these capabilities make it easier for students to grasp difficult mathematical concepts.

### Chapter 1: Basics

1-1 General Guide

1-2 Power Supply

1-3 Built-in Application Basic Operations

1-4 Input

1-5 ClassPad Data

1-6 Creating and Using Variables

1-7 Configuring Application Format Settings

1-8 When you keep having problems…

### Chapter 2: Main Application

2-1 Basic Calculations

2-2 Using the Calculation History

2-3 Function Calculations

2-4 List Calculations

2-5 Matrix and Vector Calculations

2-6 Specifying a Number Base

2-7 Using the Action Menu

2-8 Using the Interactive Menu

2-9 Using the Main Application in Combination with Other Applications

2-10 Using Verify

2-11 Using Probability

2-12 Running a Program in the Main Application

### Chapter 3: Graph & Table Application

3-1 Storing Functions

3-2 Using the Graph Window

3-3 Using Table & Graph

3-4 Using Trace

3-5 Using the Sketch Menu

3-6 Analyzing a Function Used to Draw a Graph

3-7 Modifying a Graph

### Chapter 4: Conics Application

4-1 Inputting an Equation

4-2 Drawing a Conics Graph

4-3 Using G-Solve to Analyze a Conics Graph

### Chapter 5: Differential Equation Graph Application

5-1 Graphing a Differential Equation

5-2 Drawing f (x) Type Function Graphs and Parametric Function Graphs

5-3 Using Trace to Read Graph Coordinates

5-4 Graphing an Expression or Value by Dropping It into the Differential Equation Graph Window

### Chapter 6: Sequence Application

6-1 Recursive and Explicit Form of a Sequence

6-2 Graphing a Recursion

### Chapter 7: Statistics Application

7-1 Using Stat Editor

7-2 Drawing a Statistical Graph

7-3 Performing Basic Statistical Calculations

7-4 Performing Advanced Statistical Calculations

### Chapter 8: Geometry Application

8-1 Drawing Figures

8-2 Editing Figures

8-3 Using the Measurement Box

8-4 Working with Animations

8-5 Using the Geometry Application with Other Applications

### Chapter 9: Numeric Solver Application

### Chapter 10: eActivity Application

10-1 Creating an eActivity

10-2 Transferring eActivity Files

### Chapter 11: Financial Application

11-1 Financial Application Basic Operations

11-2 Performing Financial Calculations

11-3 Calculation Formulas

11-4 Financial Calculation Functions

11-5 Input and Output Field Names

### Chapter 12: Program Application

12-1 Creating and Running Program

12-2 Debugging a Program

12-3 User-defined Functions

12-4 Program Command Reference

12-5 Including ClassPad Functions in Programs

### Chapter 13: Spreadsheet Application

13-1 Inputting and Editing Cell Contents

13-2 Graphing

13-3 Statistical Calculations

13-4 Cell and List Calculations

### Chapter 14: System Application

14-1 Managing Memory Usage

14-2 Configuring System Settings

### Chapter 15: Performing Data Communication

15-1 Data Communication Overview

15-2 Performing Data Communication between the ClassPad and a Personal Computer

15-3 Performing Data Communication between Two ClassPads

15-4 Connecting the ClassPad to an EA-200 Data Analyzer

15-5 Connecting the ClassPad to a Projector

### Appendix

Character Code Table

System Variable Table

Graph Types and Executable Functions

Error and Warning Message Tables

Resetting and Initializing the ClassPad

Number of Digits and Precision

Display Brightness and Battery Life

Specifications