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Texas Instruments TI-30 XS Multiview Scientific Calculator
Designed with unique features to allow you to enter more than one calculation, compare results and explore patterns, all on the same screen. Enter and view calculations in common math notation via the MathPrint mode, including stacked fractions, exponents, exact square roots and more. Quickly view fractions and decimals in alternate forms by ...
TEXAS INSTRUMENTSTI-30 XS Multiview Scientific Calculator
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TEXAS INSTRUMENTS

Texas Instruments TI-30 XS Multiview Scientific Calculator

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1 CR123A batteries required.
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Blue And White
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BCD92
Description

Designed with unique features to allow you to enter more than one calculation, compare results and explore patterns, all on the same screen. Enter and view calculations in common math notation via the MathPrint mode, including stacked fractions, exponents, exact square roots and more. Quickly view fractions and decimals in alternate forms by using the toggle key. Scroll through previous entries and investigate critical patterns as well as viewing and pasting into a new calculation. Explore an x, Y table of values for a given function, automatically or by entering specific x values.

  • Four-line display
  • One- and two-variable statistics; Fraction/decimal conversion; Step-by-step fraction simplification
  • MathPrint feature
  • Edit, cut and paste entries
  • Solar and battery powered
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Buy this over the TI-30 x SII
by Valued Customer on August 04, 2016
 
 
 
 
 
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These are THE BEST calculator to buy for a medium level (middle school through algebra) math student. I teach secondary and post secondary students and this is the calculator I tell them all to buy.It is better than the TI-30 x SII because you can see what you had previously input. That is really the main difference between the two calculators and this one allows you to see what you put in before. It's superior in my opinion.

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Official GED Test ! TI-30 x S Multiview
by Valued Customer on November 30, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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PLEASE NOTE: This is the exact model and the only model that is used for the official GEDTest. If you are preparing to take the Official GED Test, this is the calculator youneed to learn on. Every TI Calculator model has keys arranged a bit differently.You need to learn to use this one. TI-30 x S MultiView Scientific CalculatorWhen you take the GED test they will have an on screen calculator exactly likethis, however using an on screen calculator is very awkward. For part 2of the math test, they will allow you to use your own calculator but only if itis this exact model. Why they replaced the (CASIO fx-260) with this one, I'll never understand,but they did. If it works, fix it, right? Why they think they need multi-view etc, I'llnever understand but the calculator for the GED test is now TI-30 x S MultiView Scientific CalculatorThis is the only calculator you should use to prepare and have with you for the official GED test.

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I love my calculators
by Valued Customer on March 27, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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I am a nerd. I love my calculators, and seriously dislike using those cheap bulk-buy calculators.I already own this in the original blue, but I kept forgetting it for when I went in to work, so I looked to see how much a second one was. Imagine my surprise when I saw that these were nowhere near the cost of a TI-83+!I wish the cover was also lime green (it's the weird slate blue of the original), but other than that, it's a great calculator. I love the math print (?) display, which shows fractions as actually having numerators and denominators. I love that it is the same basic layout as a TI-83+. I love that it's solar-powered. It's also extremely powerful for the price.If you're on the fence, I'd like to point out that when adding up numbers, they STAY ON THE SCREEN. No more wondering ""did I put that number in yet or not?"" or ""did I type that in correctly?""There is a bit of learning curve, especially if you're not used to TI calculators, but it's very worth it.

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Correct Calculator Choices: 4 Function, This TI 30 x S, TI 84+ Silver Edition, TI 89 Titanium Edition
by Valued Customer on September 08, 2015
 
 
 
 
 
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Good calculator, includes table functionality(so you can enter a single y= function and get values to visualize the graph)At NYU Poly, all the math courses require/allow only the TI 30 (non-pro) variants for the tests for all math, physics, and comp sci classes. So I get it, this version over say the IIS for MultiVew.MultiView offers some improvements to the UI, including handling irrational numbers a lot better (like leaving ��2 as ��2) [which is great until you have to hit the menu and change it to classic view mode because you need to calculate that the square root of 2 is 1.414]As I mentioned, the table functionality is really niceeven if I didn't basically have to buy this calculator my view is the following:if you're going to spend $10 (even $15) on a calculator, get this one. It is hands down the best non-graphing scientific calculator I've ever used.What about a more powerful calculator?I do still like the Z80 based calculators better [the TI 83(+), and TI 84+(silver edition)] and the TI 89 (titanium edition) is probably the best though most smart places don't allow it for tests (the TI 92(+)/TI Voyage 200 has a slightly higher resolution screen but the full QWERTY disqualifies it for many tests, while the TI 89 (Ti Ed) can be used on the SAT [not the ACT though])I haven't used a regular TI 84+, any of the TI 92 based systems (92, 92+, and Voyage 200), the older models based on the Z80 that I haven't mentioned (TI 71, TI 81, TI 82, TI 85, TI 86), or the TI-Nspire series, but the Nspire's seem to have been a whole fiasco and I don't understand why you're getting that at that point instead of say an android phone.(I also haven't used some of their other ranges of calculators like the nonprogrammable graphing or scientific models)[I've only used the TI 89 and TI 89 Ti Ed via an emulator, beyond like five seconds of holding someone else's]What about non-TI calculators like a Casio? Don't buy a Casio calculator. I actually own a Casio scientific or graphing calculator, not only is it worse than the equivalent TI, it's weird, and it has a poor adoption rate so getting around how some things work differently is difficult (eg in highschool algebra, how to use combinations and permutations, the teacher will be just as clueless as you with which menus to use and such), and we nerds WILL mock you.Now, a slight retraction of my anti-Casio stance: four function calculators. Brand doesn't matter, get a Casio or a no name or whatever, it's all pretty much the same (pay attention to 8 vs 9 vs 10 digit displays but other than that, the physical size [they make huge ones and tiny ones, plus the awesome Casio calculator watch.For serious calculators TI is the standard, with good reason.

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Great for middle schoolers and high schoolers alike.
by Valued Customer on November 01, 2015
 
 
 
 
 
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My teenage son informs me that this has been working quite well for him in his Algebra class in middle school. I grew up using a TI-34 then moved on to a TI-84 graphing calc. I wasn't going to bother buying a new one, as I have a pricey TI-84 that I was using, but his math teacher told us that the students are not allowed to use graphing calculators at this point. I found that this (MUCH) newer model solves some issues I remember being pain points for me with that old TI-34. Firstly, it has a multi-line display. No more weird little symbol to denote a fraction, or a square root. It can actually display the symbol. The most helpful thing though, to me, is the ability to SCROLL BACK UP! I hated doing problems that required a multitude of steps and having to keep writing down every answer along the way so I could plug it back in down the line. The MathPrint feature is nice too, because it displays equations as they should look. This is a scientific-type calculator that honestly got me through about 90% of my grade school math, and I am pretty sure it will get him through several years also. Small thing that I also like: There's a specific spot to write the student's name. I'm sure MOST parents have been through this.so many students in one school, and SO many of them using the same calculator which is the one recommended by the math teachersthey lose them, they accidentally take each other's calculatorsit can be a nightmare. I took a metallic Sharpie to the calculator, problem solved :)

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Great for Test taking!
by Valued Customer on October 04, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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This is a good calculator. It meets requirements for almost any standardized test (including but limited to GED, ACT, SAT and others). The functions are all pretty easy once you know how to use them. I used this calculator on my GED and my ACT and it worked great and had no problems. The display is kind of dark so it can be hard to read at times. Great for test taking and highly recommend it for any test takers out there in desperate need of a good calculator. Not a good calculator for basic, everyday use though. If you are looking for a good, basic scientific calculator try other TX-Instrument calculators that are higher models.

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Some great functions
by Valued Customer on April 22, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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You get what you pay for with this calculator. The biggest positive is that the screen allows for fractions, the data and stat function were indispensable and got me through my statistics class. Yayy! The negative: sometimes this calculator just gives the most randomand INCORRECT answers. You always have to verify that the given answer looks correct and if you have time, sometimes you have to repeat to double check. At times, it can make you feel like you are losing your mind and wonder if you really did that bad of a job plugging in the values. I know that others in the class with this type of calculator had similar problems. Just beware. In the end, it can get you through a stats class, but you may also lose valuable points from miscalculations. Also, the memory feature may as well not be there at all: one has to go through so many steps to employ it that it's sometimes faster to repeat the process.

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Good calculator that meets SOA requirements
by Valued Customer on October 18, 2015
 
 
 
 
 
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SOA exams only allow a few specific models of TI calculators, including this one. While I prefer the Casio brand, this model was the best out of the TI options. It has fewer functions and you'll need to dig around for specific ones, such as the probability functions. However, I am a huge fan of the ""store"" button that allows you to store decimal numbers and carry it on to further calculations instead of rounding. I appreciate the two lines of view. I've used graphing calculators for the last 7 yrs, so having to downgrade to something simpler with one line of view was difficult. Luckily, I came across this model.I recommend this for classes that forbid graphing calculators and for those studying actuary who need to take SOA exams. It is suitable for any class requiring math, but I think the Casio brand has better general all-around calculators.

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No problems, looks and feels great.
by Valued Customer on February 12, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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First of all, I tried different equations to test the order of operation (OOO) and the calculator performed as expected. I even had to think because it was more correct than my brain. There are 2 types of math modes that may affect OOO, one that allows you to write as you see it in a text book and the other where you have to spell everything out like coding. FYI this was a comment that almost made me not buy this awesome calculator and as others have mentionedthe price is great.Buttons feel good, not too small. There are enough of the common functions clearly displayed and not in menus. I too wish there was a slide cover like other calculators but its not a game changer.It does all of the math that I need and I was allowed to use it for a computer based test (Pearson Professional Center).If you are not into hard core math and just need a really good calculator, I recommend this one. I mean really does everyone know how to properly use a graphing calculator in color? I am guessing not! But if you doyou may still need this backup for standardized tests.

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I love this calculator dearlyso useful and so great looking
by Valued Customer on October 18, 2015
 
 
 
 
 
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This was a great calculator! I used it for so many classes through out college. I am writing the review years later but frankly it has been a wonderful calculator and I still find it working like if it was brand new.Pros:LightweightGreat color schemeAbility to use the 2nd function button to get even more utility out of the calculatorVery easy to useThe back has a card that shows you basic operations as a reminderThe tracking button is super useful for searching through your history to see the old work you did or to copy and paste it in case you made a mistake somewhere along the way (very useful for math like calculus)The screen is very good quality and it makes it easy to seeThe battery life is amazing! It lasted me years of extensive use before ever needing to replace themCons:No cons aside from it is not a graphing calculator but if that is not what you need, this is a calculator I highly recommend!

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This calculator is approved for use with the Fundamentals of
by Valued Customer on June 26, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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This calculator is approved for use with the Fundamentals of Engineering and Principles and Practice of Engineering. I had a TI-84 in college but the more advanced calculators are not allowed in the exams. This calculator, while not as advanced does nearly anything a civil engineer would need of it. The TI-84 now just sits collecting dust and I have two TI-30 x S one at my desk at work and one at my home office.

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Would recommend-
by Valued Customer on November 26, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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Bought this for my daughter for her middle school math class. I picked it based just on the color and look, but my daughter absolutely loves it. She says it is one of the better ones as compared to her schoolmates. It can do lots of cool things I don't understand, but she does. I would recommend this based on her reaction after using it just a few weeks. SHe's only in the 8th grade, but this will do her in to High School too.

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