Summary: This is my second calculator. Was using a TI36x pro for about a year, also a good calculator. However a girl next to me in my math class had the casio and i found her constantly out shinning my TI. text is easier to see on the Casio, and the ability to evaluate 2 functions in table mode was the reason i switched.
Summary: I'm an engineer and use it for work. I find this calculator a great value for the price. For most part it is exactly what I need. I found that in some cases there are ways of doing things that I feel could have been done in a simpler way, like for example switching between radians and degrees without having to go through a menu, but overall it is well design.
Summary: Buy it used for calculate. It is thinner than I thought. What is more, it is lighter than the calculator I used before. It Even can calculate derivate. It is very powerful and convenient to use.
Summary: I will keep this short and sweet. At $14, this calculator is well worth the cost of replacing your outdated calculator as it processes, computes, and displays far better than those that might have cost you upwards of $50 to $100 years ago. Seriously, look no further...it's the way to go!
Summary: I bought this calculator because of price and reviews on amazon. I'm using it for a moderate level college algebra class. During some homework & a couple online quizzes, I kept getting a few problems wrong. I couldn't figure it out. I reviewed the homework, input the numbers carefully, made sure my answer matched the calculators but no luck.
Excerpt: This is my favorite scientific calculator, and I have been using this model, or the most similar Casio model to this one since about 1979. It got me through both undergraduate and graduate schools. In those 35 years this is only the second time I've had to replace it--and each time was just because the poor thing eventually wore out.