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Introduced: around 1997
The Casio fx-82 series started with the Casio fx-82, an ordinary scientific calculator. But But Casio
kept extending this line, turning it not into just a model number but a whole
calculator series. Trying to make it the non-programmable scientific
calculator for school use.
So far I've found mention of the following types:
This one is basically the Casio fx-82 with a few added features and a more 'modern' (and imho uglier) look. Added are a 10 digit display, more statistical functions including nPr and nCr, the famous fraction key, static memory and SCI and FIX modes which are also static. The case has a protective cover which is probably quite useful at school.
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