Notes:

A series of scientific calculators for the French and Belgium
markets, mainly, as far as I can determine, meant for the French
speaking scholars. The fx92B variants
seem to be targeted towards the Belgium market. There is quite a
series there is a collection of calculator. The later models (I
tried to order the list chronologically, please correct me if I'm
wrong) are often of a particular green colour.
So far I’ve found mention of the following types:
 CASIO fx92 Collège
 CASIO fx92 Collège II
 CASIO fx92 Collège III
 CASIO fx92 Collège New
 CASIO fx92 Collège New +
 CASIO fx92 Collège New + (new version)
 CASIO fx92 Collège New + B
 CASIO fx92 Collège (new version)
 CASIO fx92 Collège B (this one)
 CASIO fx92 Collège 2D
 CASIO fx92 Collège 2D+
 CASIO fx92 Collège 2D+ (new version)
 CASIO fx92B Collège 2D+
 CASIO fx92 Spéciale Collège
 CASIO fx92B Spéciale Collège
 CASIO fx92+ Spéciale Collège
 CASIO fx92B+ Spéciale Collège
 CASIO fx92B Secondaire
This version is a very usable en well thought out calculator, quite
similar in its workings to the CASIO fx82TL and its followups. Please take a
look at the CASIO fx82TL’s page for a description.
There are some enhancements and differences however. I’ll enlighten a few of them.
 The
÷R key does integer divisions and shows the
reminder as well as the result of the division.
 The oftenused variables
X and
Y have moved to separate keys for easy access.
 The exponent key is usually called
EXP on CASIO
calculators. On this one however it is called
×10^{x}. Exponents are shown on the display in the same manner as well.
 The
CALC key makes this calculator semiprogrammable. It works as follows. Enter one or more of
calculations using variables separated by colons. When the
CALC key is pressed the calculator will query for the
values of the variables and after pressing
EXE will show
the results of the entered calculations. Press the
EXE key
again to change the values of the variables.
 The colour... Well judge for yourself.
