Texas Instruments TI30XIIS Dual Power Scientific CalculatorCalculators
2 Lines - 23 Digit Display - LCD - Solar Powered - Black - View Complete Details
Product Number: TEXTI30XIIS
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Texas Instruments TI30XIIS Dual Power Scientific Calculator - Scientific calculator with equation recall combines statistics and advanced scientific functions. Two-line display shows entries on the top line and results on the bottom line. Entry line on the top of the display shows up to 11 characters and can scroll left and right up to 88. Result line on the bottom shows up to a 10-digit answer and 2-digit exponent. Functions include common/natural logarithms, fractions, fraction/decimal conversions, degrees to decimal conversion, reciprocals, factorials, grads, hyperbolics, polar/rectangular conversions. Fraction feature allows operations with fractions and mixed numbers. Two-variable statistics allow you to enter, delete, insert, and edit individual statistical data elements. Calculator runs on solar and battery power.
- Menu for selection of settings appropriate to classroom and study needs, combining statistics and advanced scientific functions.
- Helps students explore math and science concepts.
- Shows entries on the top line and results on the bottom line.
- Entry line scrolling feature.
- Allows review of previous entries to look for patterns.
- Ideal for general math, algebra 1 and 2, geometry, trigonometry, statistics and science.
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Q:how do you change a decimal to a fraction?Asked on 10/19/2012 by law from san angelo, tx
A:To convert a decimal to a fraction and back on the Texas Instruments TI-30XIIS, press 2nd, PRB to use the FD function.Answered on 10/22/2012 by Adam
Q:We are trying to do a calculation using linear regression and a correlation coefficient. We are unsure how to do this on this model. The directions in the textbook are for a different calculator with different screens. Can you help?Asked on 2/17/2012 by Anonymous
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