CASIO FX-991MS 2nd Edition Scientific Calculator
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The MS series is reborn.
Face your math challenges with confidence - take on any equation with the fx-991 MS 2nd Edition scientific calculator from CASIO. With its user-friendly design and advanced functions, you'll slash your calculation time in half. Venture forward with one of the best scientific calculators and conquer any math problem!
- Design Simple and easy to use: Optimal education tools realized through a design that emphasizes comfort in the hand, legibility, and usability through the pursuit of simplicity
- Instantaneous key recognition and ease of operation, the result of careful attention to design details
- More comfortable in the hand: A rounded design that fits naturally in the hand and a slim body that's comfortable to hold
- Attachable and detachable in any direction: Hard case that's attachable and detachable in any direction for greater ease of use
Easier to use: Highly visible, easy-to-press cursor keys and function keys
- Dot matrix display
- 15 and 10+2 digits
- 417 functions
- Equation solver
- 20 pairs of values for metric conversion
- Calculation with complex numbers
- Calc key (temporary formula memory)
- 40 physical constants
- Matrix/vector calculation
- Numerical integral & differential calculus
- Random Integers
- New equation Mode
- Function table
- Non-Programmable Scientific Calculator with 401 Functions with 2-line Display. Comes with slide-on hard case
- 2nd edition comes same features with new sleek Design with curved edges which makes it compact and easy to carry
- S-V.P.A.M. (Super Visually Perfect Algebraic Method): All the features of the existing V.P.A.M. series plus a new 2-line display and a useful Replay function. All this helps to make mathematics easier to use and easier to understand than ever before
- Multi-replay: Quick and easy recall of previously executed formulas for editing and re-execution 10 + 2 digits: 10-digit mantissa + 2-digit exponential display.
- Solves Differentiation, Integration, Statistics, Regression, Matrix, Vector