Texas Instruments TI1795 Angled SuperView Calculator
8 Character(s) - LCD - Solar Powered - 1" x 4.30" x 5.10" - Gray - View Complete Details
Product Number: TEXTI1795SV
Texas Instruments TI1795 Angled SuperView Calculator - Eight-digit calculator features an angled, liquid crystal display (LCD) and well-spaced keyboard with large, contoured keys for easy operation. Functions include three-key memory, change sign, auto constant, square root, percent key and variable decimal. Calculator runs on solar and battery power.
- Large contoured keys and angled SuperView display makes this a good choice for home, office, school or retail.
- Change sign (+/-) key simplifies entry of negative numbers.
- Square root key is useful for schoolwork.
- Dual solar/battery power for use in any lighting condition.
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- Long Battery Life
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Comments about Texas Instruments TI1795 Angled SuperView Calculator:
I really like this calculator. Not too big, not too small. Easy to read and the buttons are a nice size. It's my favorite.
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Q:How do calculate to the power of?Asked on 12/15/2013 by Sara from San Jose ca
A:The TI-1795SV Calculator does not have an exponential function.Answered on 12/17/2013 by Adam from Columbus, Wisc.
Q:I have a ti-1795sv calculator and I need to learn how to use the tax keys. Help!Asked on 10/14/2012 by Akogs from Albuquerque, NM
A:To set the tax rate:
• Input the tax rate, for example, 6
• Press [RATE]
• Press [Tax+]
Example: $12.00 + 6% = $12.72
• Input 12.00
• Press [Tax+]
TI-1795SVAnswered on 10/16/2012 by cristina from Florida
Q:What type and model and brand of battery?Asked on 10/13/2012 by Rody from Miami,Fl 33172
A:The Texas Instruments TI-1795SV Calculator uses battery EVE389BPZ.Answered on 10/15/2012 by Adam
Q:How do you turn the M off? I've tried everything.Asked on 2/9/2012 by Wunder from Wi
A:For most calculators, pressing "MRC" twice will clear the Memory.Answered on 2/10/2012 by Adam
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