Casio FX-300ESPLUS Scientific Calculator, 10-Digit, Natural Textbook Display, LCD

Scientific calculator with natural textbook display and scientific display. - View Complete Details

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Casio FX-300ESPLUS Scientific Calculator, 10-Digit, Natural Textbook Display, LCD - Scientific calculator features natural textbook display and improved math functionality. 252 built-in functions with easy menu. Designed as the perfect choice for middle school through high school students learning General Math, Trigonometry, Statistics, Algebra I and II, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Physics.

  • Intuitive functions.
  • Improved math functionality.
  • Natural textbook display shows formula and results exactly as they appear in the textbook.
  • 252 built-in functions with easy menu.
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Order of Operations is calculated incorrectly!

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      Comments about Casio FX-300ESPLUS Scientific Calculator, 10-Digit, Natural Textbook Display, LCD:

      I am a Mathematics Instructor at a community college. This calculator does not do the order of operations correctly. I would not recommend this calculator for any students taking classes from Prealgebra and above. For example, the expression 4/2(2) should be calculated as 4/2*(2) even though the multiplication is not written, it is assumed. The order of operations says to do what is inside parenthesis first, but that is just a 2. Next Order of Operations says to do multiplication and division from left to right. So, the correct way to compute this is to first divide, then multiply. So, 4/2(2) = 2(2) = 4. This calculator, when you enter in the exact characters for 4/2(2) it gives a result of 1. Please do not get this calculator!!!

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