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If You Only Buy One Calculator....

Advantages: Does everything you can reasonably expect a calculator to do. Good for all levels
Disadvantages: Unit conversion is annoying. More expensive than others

Over the years I have built up a little collection of calculators (I keep losing them and finding them again). Of all the calculators I have this one is my favourite and the one that I use most often – it lives in my coat pocket and I take it everywhere. ...

infostream 12.03.2014 · Read full review
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Review of Casio FX 991 ES PLUS

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A Level Mathematician's Best Bud - Casio FX 991 ES PLUS

Advantages: Slim, Durable, Simple, Cheap
Disadvantages: Slight Screen Glare, Button Wear

I hope you will trust me in saying whether this is for your child, or yourself, as a A Level maths student I couldn't even dare recommend another calculator. For the price, simplicity, range of features and long lasting nature, I have to say this is proba ...

joeydsykes 16.05.2015 · Read full review
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Review of Casio FX 991 ES PLUS

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The calculator with go-faster stripes

Advantages: Very competitively priced, Casio dependability, excellent display, lots of features
Disadvantages: Build quality isn't great, the odd feature missing, hugely annoying closedown splash screen

Introduction Casio have had the school scientific calculator market pretty much sewn up for as long as I can remember. Back when I was doing my GCSEs - shortly after we'd stopped carving notches on mammoth tusks - I had one of the original fx-82 mo ...

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Review of Casio FX83 GT PLUS

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Best Calculator

Advantages: Usability, Value for money
Disadvantages: None

As a Maths tutor in my spare time I have to use a calculator on a regular basis. This is the calculator that I swear by and the one that I recommend to all my students and I will explain the reasons for this below. Firstly just in case you never went th ...

dbuk2000 15.09.2013 · Read full review
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By my calculations... Pretty good!

Advantages: All the mathematical functions and features you could ever want.
Disadvantages: No secant, cosecant or cotangent. Not crucial anyway.

...If you just want a calculator to add, subtract, multiply and divide, then whilst this would be fine for the job, you'd only ever be using half the buttons. If you're a maths student at high school, or even university, the casio does pretty much everythin ...

MatP2 30.09.2014 · Read full review
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