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Electronics > Electronics Features > Product: 1144748

Texas Instruments TI-30Xa Scientific Calculator

AED 56
Expected delivery byFeb 04 - Feb 06

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Product Description

Texas Instruments, Inc. TI30XA is a scientific calculator

Design that delivers high availability, scalability, and for maximum flexibility and price/performance

Manufactured In Taiwan

Adds, subtracts, multiplies, and divides fractions entered in traditional numerator/denominator format

Performs trigonometric functions, logarithms, roots, powers, reciprocals, and factorials

Polar/rectangular conversions

1-variable statistics include results for mean and standard deviation

Battery powered; slide case included

Imported from USA

Once you get to a certain level of math classes, a regular old calculator just isn't good enough anymore--you need a
high-functioning calculator that can perform algebraic, trigonometric, and statistical problems in addition to general
mathematical tasks. The Texas Instruments TI-30XA scientific calculator can do this for you. It is extremely handy when
it comes to figuring tricky fractions. It can add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions when entered in a
traditional numerator/denominator format. This calculator can also do a variety of conversions, from fractions to
decimals, degrees to radians to grads, DMS to decimal to degrees, and polar to rectangular. The display screen holds
up to 10 digits.

For high school or college students tackling advanced math, this is a great tool (and a thoughtful back-to-school
gift), and with more professors allowing the use of calculators during classes and exams, it's a necessary one. Easy to
use and easy to slip into a backpack, the TI-30XA will soon become indispensable for both the serious and the striving
math student. --Dana Van Nest