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You need to improve your presentation extremely..!
I couldn't understand what she saying but she looks cute LOL
Those molded anti-fade keys are great, I thought only 1970s and some 1980s calculators had them, like my vintage Canon Palmtronic 8Ms.
(For the first introduction) It hasn't been 4min yet and you managed to convince me... I am not going to win any awards but I'll be finger happy trying (= And besides the proud owner is cute and that's enough for my to make my choice along with all the other bad/ not so bad choices 😂😂😂😂😂
How can I compute roots using this?
This calculator is soooo good. I recently have it!
You cam free download emulator of the Casio JS-40B https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5AQ9zsXeRk
You can free download Casio JS-40B calculator emulator : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5AQ9zsXeRk
I'm not sure how I got here. But this made me think deeper about calculators.
link on where i can buy it? the js-40b pink. the link provided is only for specifications tho
I've actually bought a lower version one(12 digits, no GT key. UC20 white maybe?). And regret it owing to its limitations. So I'm gonna get this one this time. Here's the problem: I really love this color, but is it weird for men to use pink one? I found a photo image of female accessories on its box. Plus, I avoid blue color nowadays beacause of political reason(in S.Korea -_-;;).
never acknowledged calculator like this
Please English
How to count %
God, this is seriously Japanese.
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Where can buy it in Dubai?
This is surreal.
非常に良い製品、優れたプレゼンテーション。 これは成功です。おめでとう、カシオ
For a BSEE in the USA I found the TI-86 to be the best. I tried the 83Plus, 89, HP49s and lots of others. The format and speed of use worked the best on that one for EE.
Hi MJ. Great video. You did not highlight the fact that the TI-30XS calculator has constant memory. Even after switching off, you can recall the previous calculations when you switch it on again. I know that your review was done in 2013. I just bought a Texas TI-36X Pro calculator which is an upgrade over the TI-30XS.
Sure glad I use an RPN calculator. So much easier ...
Great job! Thanks for the reviews on the calculators. If you own an iPhone and haven't seen it yet go to the Apple App store and check out Calculator # Scientific Calculator.
I have the TI35xs and am very happy with it. I cannot find info on the 2nd function keys for the + and - keys. They are the ones that look like half moons with arrows pointing right and left. Can someone please tell me their functions? (I will probably never need it, but it drives me nuts that I can't find their use!)
I have a HP300s+ . To enter a fraction it is like the CASIO. 12 then the "°/°" key and 45 -> 12/45
How to use hp smartcalc 300s calculator
tbf, the whities still haven't payed their "debt"
Maybe it should be mentioned, that the Casio has SOLVE-functionality, and is able to solve equations and find roots for polynomiums. I've got the fx-es Plus, and it's easy to use.
I have the Casio fx-115ES plus. Really amazing device
I'm surprised you even bothered with the HP-300S. It's now up to the HP-300S+ model. Rumors of key press problems with it are not exaggerated. It's a $15 junk throwaway that belongs on the grocery store checkout lane racks for $5 with some brand name nobody heard of. I'm shocked HP put their name on it. Would tend to agree the TI is the best of the bunch you reviewed. I've got a 1984 TI-30-III Slimline and a 1995 TI-36X Solar (no batteries) that don't look anything like yours. They've worked well for 35 years and 25 years respectively with high reliability and durability. Your TI MultiView is overshadowed now six years later by the current TI-30X Pro MathPrint which is currently only available in Europe. It's better and faster than any of the current TI-30 or TI-36 being sold in North America. Bought one from Amazon Germany to finally retire the old ones I have. You can also get them on Amazon UK. All my TI and HP calculators are still working well including a TI-58 bought 40 years ago, the two TI already mentioned, a 1995 TI-85, and 1997 TI-86. Had to get the TI-58 battery packs rebuilt for allow replaceable NiCd AA cells (so I can use the original charger). The poles on the original NiCd AA were all spot welded with metal straps and the contacts were part of that. Not difficult to mod. Also have a mid-1970's TI Programmer for Binary/Octal/Hex math. Rebuilding its NiCd battery pack myself as it's different from the TI-58 battery packs. I can run it on a 9V alkaline while working on its battery pack. If you worked for HP at one time, you need to check out SwissMicros, their HP Voyager calculator clones (HP-11C/12C/15C/16C) and their DM42, an HP-42S clone with bigger mult-row screen (uses Free42 in its firmware). Quite impressive. I've got their DM42 and it's a screamer compared to the original HP. Ran your definite integral benchmark from CAS #6 and it was done in just a few seconds, including rerunning it using the -6 and +6 lower and upper bounds you had planned to use.
for scientific i like the TI-30XIIS i have a red and a blue one. and for graphing i now have a TI-84+ CE.
The Casio fx 115es plus is so good my instructor will not allow me to use it during exams.
Love the Texas Instruments TI30XS. By the way, I did your calc without the parenthesis and arrived with the correct answer
13:00 I got mine at a thrift store unopened for $5
Sharp is the only one that gives the exact value of trig functions. For example: when you input cos(30), it outputs sqrt(3)/2. The other calculators will only output the decimal
I use a Sharp el-w506 and it is great. I recently bought a new model sharp though and unfortunately it is really cheap feeling and I am so disappointed. I will stick to my older model.
I had a casio fx-115es plus (or something very similar), some of my friends had TI-30Xs. But the most common one was the TI-30IIS, this was the one teachers gave to student who forgot their calculators. All of my friends loved that my calculator had a log base chooser, and loved that it displayed fractions that were vertical without being offset like most TI's. The casio also was more accurate and precise and accurate than the Texas instruments; and I was able to switch between decimal and fraction with the push of a button. Most common functions (on the casio) were accessible through the push of a button and even less common calculations could be accessed by the push of two buttons. The casio was set up so that you didn't have to look any thing up you could see the interface and know. The TI had a confusing interface and a lot of functions had to be accessed through a menu, and its way of showing fractions was worse than the casio. I often have to show people how to find functions on their own Texas instruments calculator.
11:03 You don't need brackets on that denominator. The calculator already puts them in for you.

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