Texas Instruments TI-30XS MultiView Scientific Calculator

August 3, 2017 - Comment

Powerful 4-line display calculator for high school math and science exploration.Powerful, four-line scientific calculator for high school math and science exploration. Designed with unique features to allow you to enter more than one calculation compare results and explore patterns all on the same screen. Enter and view calculations in common Math Notation via the MATHPRINT

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Powerful 4-line display calculator for high school math and science exploration.Powerful, four-line scientific calculator for high school math and science exploration. Designed with unique features to allow you to enter more than one calculation compare results and explore patterns all on the same screen. Enter and view calculations in common Math Notation via the MATHPRINT Mode including stacked fractions exponents exact square roots and more. Quickly view fractions and decimals in alternate forms by using the Toggle Key. Scroll through previous entries and investigate critical patterns as well as viewing and pasting into a new calculation. Explore an x y table of values for a given function automatically or by entering specific x values. Power Source(s): Battery Solar Display Notation: Numeric Number of Display Digits: N/A Display Characters x Display Lines: 16 x 4.Unit of Measure : Each

Key Features: Four-line display One- and two-variable statistics MathPrint™ feature Fraction/decimal conversion Step-by-step fraction simplification Edit, cut and paste entries Solar and battery powered
Ideal For: General math Pre-Algebra Algebra 1 and 2 Geometry Statistics General science Biology Chemistry

Product Features

  • Four-line display
  • One- and two-variable statistics; Fraction/decimal conversion; Step-by-step fraction simplification
  • MathPrintTM feature
  • Edit, cut and paste entries
  • Solar and battery powered

Beth Stuart says:

Buy this over the TI-30XSII These are THE BEST calculator to buy for a medium level (middle school through algebra) math student. I teach secondary and post secondary students and this is the calculator I tell them all to buy.It is better than the TI-30XSII because you can see what you had previously input. That is really the main difference between the two calculators and this one allows you to see what you put in before. It’s superior in my opinion.

Kari D. says:

I love my calculators I am a nerd. I love my calculators, and seriously dislike using those cheap bulk-buy calculators. 

Henry Lahman says:

Correct Calculator Choices: 4 Function, This TI 30XS, TI 84+ Silver Edition, TI 89 Titanium Edition Good calculator, includes table functionality 

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