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Casio Calculators Books LLC

Casio Calculators

Books LLC

Published May 7th 2010
ISBN : 9781155807324
Paperback
68 pages
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Casio Fx-3650p, Casio Graphic Calculators, Casio 9850 Series,MorePurchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Casio Fx-3650p, Casio Graphic Calculators, Casio 9850 Series, Casio Classpad 300, Casio Fx-602p Series, Casio Fx-502p Series, Casio Fx-850p, Casio Fx-603p, Casio Fx-702p, Casio 9860 Series, Casio Fx-7000g, Casio Fa-6, Casio Fp-10, Casio Fa-2, Casio Fx-3900pv, Casio Fa-1, Casio Hs-8. Excerpt: Black model of the CFX-9850GB PLUS with protective slide cover, showing the menu-based interface on its screen. The Casio 9850 series (sometimes called 9x50 series ) is a series of Casio graphic calculators . Overview First made in the year 1996, there have been numerous variations of the CFX-9850G. The 9850 series models have 3-colour screens apart from the 9750 versions which are black and white. The 9950G has 64k memory compared to the 32k of the original 9850G. The 9970G has symbolic algebra. Later versions such as Ga, GB and GC models fixed some bugs from the original G model and added some stats and finance features. The GB models have a built-in software library. There are french versions where the ab/c and EXP buttons are labelled differently. (French versions: 9750=Graph 30,35, fx-8930GT- 9850,9950=Graph 60,65, CFX-9930GT,9940,9960- 9970=Graph 80) The calculators weigh about 190 grams including batteries, and measure about 19.7 mm x 83 mm x 176 mm. Features include scientific calculations, including calculus, graphing and programming, statistics and matrix operations. Power The back of the device shows a slightly protruding battery case cover, which slides out to reveal the compartment for the four AAA alkaline batteries used for primary power, and a CR2032 lithium button cell used for memory backup when primary power is down or being changed. The device consumes power at the rate of 0.06W, and turns itself off automatically after about 6 minutes of time spent without any keypa...