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Texas Instruments TI-30XIIB Scientific Calculator

3.0 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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  • 11-digit entry line, 10-digit answer, 2-digit exponent
  • Trigonometric calculations including hyperbolic in DEG, RAD, or GRAD
  • Scrollable screen, editable in 4 directions
  • Processes 2-variable statistics
  • Long-lasting battery; 1-year warranty
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Product Description

TI-30XIIB Scientific Calculator

From the Manufacturer

The two-line display scientific calculator combines statistics and advanced scientific functions and is a durable and affordable calculator for the classroom. The two-line display helps students explore math and science concepts in the classroom.

Features:

  • Entry line (top) shows up to 11 characters and can scroll left or right up to 88 characters. Result line (bottom) shows up to a 10-digit answer and two-digit exponent.
  • Lets you review previous entries and look for patterns.
  • Allows you to select settings appropriate for your classroom needs.
  • Allows operations with fractions and mixed numbers.
  • Lets you enter/delete/insert/edit individual statistical data elements.
  • Converts for fractions/decimals, degrees/radians/grads and DMS/decimal/degrees.
  • Recognizes pi as a symbol in radian mode.
What's in the Box
TI-30XIIB, hard case, battery, user's guide with warranty and registration card

Product Information

Product Dimensions 9.7 x 6.8 x 1.1 inches
Item Weight 6.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 7.8 ounces
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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ASIN B00008VF6N
Item model number TI-30XIIB
National Stock Number 7420-01-531-2258
Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #152 in Electronics > Office Electronics > Calculators > Scientific
#120,382 in Office Products > Office Supplies
Date first available at Amazon.com March 13, 2003

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By Lucia Arguello on March 24, 2007
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I've had this calculator for the longest time now... I bought the first one in middleschool and my two youngest brothers ended up borrowing it from me. It lasted me through my second year in college (math models class) and I just bought it again for pre-med stats class in college. It is a great calculator...its all you need for statistics without having to carry an expensive and heavy graphing calculator around. Make sure when you buy a Ti calculator that is is a solar or a battery calculator. you can see this by looking at the model #. example:

TI-30XIIB This model ends with a B so it is battery powered. S would be solar. Hope this helps!
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I bought this calculator b/c the National Board in Examiners of Optometry (NBEO) only allow Texas Instruments 30-series calculators on their exam. It's a good calculator and does just about anything you need it to for practical uses. I don't want to be rude, but the previous reviewers weren't "on the ball" on this one. If you want a solar model, buy one. This exact calculator is available in both battery and solar power. Your fault. To find square roots of a previously entered number, use the "Ans" key and close the parentheses inside the root bar. For basic exponents, use the "^" key. Don't blame the manufacturer for your incompetance.

Overall, don't listen to the previous 2 reviewers, and buy this calculator for use with any major exam (it will likely be one of the few permissible anyway).
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I can't remember why I bought this calculator, but I needed it for some test. It still works great today several years later. If this calculator has the functionality you need, you'll be happy with it.
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I used this calculator of 2 college math classes: Beginning Algebra and Statistics. It is a good calculator. It did everything that I needed it to do.
The only thing that I wished it has would be a solar power strip because I'm always worried that I left it on and now the battery is dead, especially right before a test.
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Use this Texas Instruments calculator and it works great for our finances, our business and financial expense reports we help family members with. It's lightweight, thin, easy to handle. Great basic calculator.
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I got this calculator for my little sister and she loves it! It's got great functionality and the scrolling memory is very useful.
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i'm taking the civil pe exam next month, and picked this calculator up as it's one of only 5 or so that you are allowed to bring. the calculator is fine and does everything you would want it to (short of the little programs that you may have gotten used to on your graphing calculator). to the reviewer from june 2005. what an idiot!!! the exponent button is the same "carrot" or up arrow that is on almost ALL calculators. 5 to the 25th power is 5 "UP" 25. and square roots aren't hard. if you have big long number as the person was saying, type square root, then ANS, to get the root of your last ANSWER. this guy is just a total retard. any normal person with about 5 minutes of playing around can figure out how to do Everything he or she needs on this calculator.
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