Excerpt: An ideal calculator for GCSE and A level students. When joing my Maths A level course they seemed to make out you need a graphic calculator, but this calc does all the functions necassary to get a high leve l A level in Maths. Of course it does your basic sums - which is the absoloute minimum.
Excerpt: As a mathematics and physics A-Level student, my calculator is a very important day to day tool. The Fx-85ES is everything you'd need at this level, plus much more! One particularly excellent feature is textbook mode, which allows you to put equations in exactly how you'd see them in your text book...
Pros: Text book option equates to easy calculations; Great for A - Level Mathematics and Physics
Cons: Compared to more expensive calculators it has less features . . . understandably . .
Excerpt: The best feature that you get with this model is its durability, i have had mine for well over 5 years. Being an avid mathematician, i use it time and time again and never has the screen blurred or ran out of battery, which is impossible as it has two way power.
Pros: Durability, usability
Cons: it lacks a few features as your maths gets more in depth
Excerpt: Design - Size - The calculator is rather big but this is actually a good thing as there is a tumult of buttons; thankfully these have been designed to a perfect size and so enable to user to easily press every single button.
Excerpt: The Casio Scientific Calculator FX85ES is really great bit of technology. Easy to use and very handy fro work or school use. With 249 functions including 164 scientific functions it really has all the requirements we need.
Excerpt: I brought from my college for my sister who is doing her GCSEs, however I borrowed it and fell in love (ok it`s a calculator I know) but when I was doing my A-Level maths it made life a lot easier, screw knowing the exact values of trig functions and log conversion laws, this does it.
Excerpt: Casio is the leader brand in calculators worldwide up to now it's the only brand I ever use. Bought this one from Argos two years ago only to have it as a spare in case the other dies of batteries in the middle of the exam since it was cheap and it was solar powered so no need to have to worry about...
Excerpt: I bought this calculator at my local woolworths as i was after a scientific calculator and one that was cheap(i paid under £10 for this one which seemed a good price). The calculator is made by Casio which are a well known brand for making anything from calculators to TV's .
Pros: Good Price, Does that it says it will, Solar powered
Excerpt: I was provided this calculator by my school so didn't purchase it myself but I know it is readily available in most shops (WHSmith - £9.99, Tesco, Argos). The calculator is made by Casio which is a well known and trusted brand for calculators. The dimensions are 84x155x12mm and it is light to carry.
Pros: great brand, loads of functions, natural display, solar powered