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The Casio FX991ESPLUS is Casio’s most advanced scientific calculator, providing 417 functions.
Casio is the UK’s No.1 calculator brand and has been pioneering developments for over 50 years, since first inventing the electronic calculator in 1957, Casio are leaders in the development of calculator technologies and mathematical tools Suitable for daily use, whether you are studying for mathematical qualifications, working on complex financial analysis, wanting time saving desktop assistance or looking for handy calculations whilst on the move. The Casio range of Graphical, Scientific, Desk and Pocket Calculators are powerful and rugged mathematical tools, built specifically for your task at hand.
Why a Casio Scientific/Graphic calculator?
Casio have pioneered the development of mathematical tools for over 50 years and have always provided devices embedded with ease of use, advanced features and progressive learning functionality.The Casio range of Scientific and Graphic calculators enhance mathematics study along with a broad range of associated subjects and assessments. The Casio educational calculator range provides a series of features and devices which will continue to develop student understanding, interpretation and fundamental knowledge of the subject area.
Solar powered with battery back up)
Auto power off
Hard slip on case
Natural textbook display
31x96 dot matrix display
Mantissa + EXP 12 + 2
80mm (W) x 162mm (L) x 13.8mm (H);Weight 100g.
9 Variable memories
Inverse Hyperbolic functions
Roots and powers
Well liked item by its recipient. She says it is good to used with a clear display.Published 7 days ago by AmazonQueen
Bought for my husband who was going on a course from work. He really liked the calculator and the button size. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Emily Bronte