|Item Weight||8.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 3 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||FX115ES|
|Batteries||1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||3 1/8 x 6 3/8|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FX115ES|
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- 279 functions, including 40 metric conversions
- 2-line, 12-digit Natural Textbook display
- Solar Plus power with battery back-up
- Slide-off protective hard case
- Currently allowed on AP, SAT, PSAT, NMSQT, and all NCEES examinations.
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FX-115ES scientific calculator, slide-on hard case, instruction manual, and quick reference guide.
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Other high points:
* excellent battery life and solar ability
* Table function
* you may have to slow down the pace when keying in as it will miss keystrokes if you type too fast
* you have to hit Shift to get to 'X' (alpha) or Pi
* when editing an equation, very slow to cursor to where you want
I'm registered to take this test again this October. I'm now a grad student and my schedule is actually much more realistic. I have been studying with a partner 2-3 times a week, for several hours at a time. We help push each other when we we're stuck. We both have the giant FE review manual by lindebergh. Also, go to the NCEES site, print out the Reference Manual available in pdf at kinkos and have it bound there. It is vital to get to know your way around it.
CALCULATOR!!! I actually owned this Casio fx 115ES for my first time taking the FE. Though I had spent a little time getting to know it before the test, I have realized only recently that it was not near enough! I have vowed to know this thing inside and out and in the process I have realized that this may be the best calculator ever created.
I have used a TI-86 for years. I always loved the TI setup so I thought about getting one of TI approved models, but the fx-115ES was rated a lot higher and had better reviews than the other calculators permitted on the exam. I got it. It frustrated me for a while because it seemed so unlike the format of TIs.Read more ›
I've had tons of calculators over time, with the Casio FX-4000P (back in the late '80s) being the first truly memorable one (my brother had an FX-7000G, the first graphing calculator). I switched to HPs in college, and I am still an RPN die-hard (I'm eagerly awaiting the release of the 30th anniversary HP-35s this summer!), but I can still appreciate a quality product such as this from Casio.
Things i like about the 115ms specifically (compared to the 115es) is its clearer, crisper display, the keyboard is more intuitive, and also the solve feature is more flexible than the es. If you input an equation using multiple variables, with the ms, you just toggle between the variable inputs as you're entering the data to solve for the desired one. With the es, you have to specify at the end of your equation which variable you want to solve for, before you even get to the data input. A minor gripe.
Otherwise, the es is definitely more user-friendly in the various modes available, and with matrix, table, and vector capability, unit conversions and some scientific constants, much more advanced than the ms. Casio should combine the pros of the 2 platforms and they could call it the 115ts because it would be "the-sh#t! Also, they need to make a real operator manual - otherwise i would of given 5-stars for this full-featured gem.
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The Casio has more function then the old model Casio. It's great for math, and that mean better grades in college.Published 5 days ago by Rogers
I have the non-solar fx570es before, and it is always my favorite calculator. I decided to buy it again becauce I left my calculator in Vietnam before coming to the US. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
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Purchased for the PE exam. The natural text display is an excellent feature and is very helpful for determining whether you have input the text correctly. Read morePublished 2 months ago by B. A. Lutz