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Casio FX-83GTPLUS Scientific Calculator £4.99 from Amazon.
Casio FX-83GTPLUS Scientific Calculator £4.99 from Amazon.

Casio FX-83GTPLUS Scientific Calculator £4.99 from Amazon.

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Product Features
Casio Calculator Scientific Engineering Battery-power Multifunction 10pl2 Digit 85x155x12mm Ref FX83ES
• 240 functions including 164 scientific functions• Twinline 10 digit display• S-VPAM logic• Multi-replay• Battery p
UK's No1 Scientific Calculator allowed in every UK exam where a calculator can be used
It has 260 functions and is Battery powered
It has a large 10+2 digit display
Fraction calculations,Table and fractions are a few of the its many functions
New functions on the GT model are Prime Factorisation,Recurring Decimal and Verify
Technical Details

Battery powered
260 Functions
Prime Factorization
Recurring Decimals
Verify Expressions
9 Variable memories
Trigonometric functions
Inverse Hyperbolic functions
Exponential
Logarithmic
Power functions
Fraction Calculations
Table functions
Verify function
Natural textbook display
15 and 10+2 digits
Dot Matrix Display
Hard slip on case
Battery Life 17,000 hours continuous display
Parentheses 24
Multireplay
Reset
Degrees
Radians
Gradians
Logarithm
Exponents
Reciprocals
Degrees/minutes/seconds
Negative Indicator
Hyperbolics
Expression editing
Backspace/delete
FIX/SCI/NORM
Square root
Auto power off
Roots & powers
Factorials
Combinations
Permutations
Coordinate conversion
Standard deviation
Logarithmic regression
Power regression
Quadratic regression
Inverse regression
Random numbers
Linear regression

5 Comments

I've also seen these in Tesco and Sainsbury for the same price. Also they're in the Tesco 3 for 2 stationery offer, so if you need 3, all the cheaper.

Also a fiver at Staples to pick up.

I remember the days when owning a calculator was a bit deal! Now you can buy them for next to nothing.

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Joe90_guy

I remember the days when owning a calculator was a bit deal! Now you can … I remember the days when owning a calculator was a bit deal! Now you can buy them for next to nothing.



I remember getting a calculator for Dixon's as a Christmas present. red led display, batteries lasted a few weeks. Sat down doing one large calculation after the other not even knowing if the answer was right. Then learning what words I could spell by holding it upside down.

The DS lite of it's day!

My Sinclair Scienfic also had red numbers and used Reverse Polish Logic which I never quite understood!
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