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Casio Graphic Calculator FX-CG50
Casio Graphic Calculator FX-CG50
Casio Graphic Calculator FX-CG50
Casio Graphic Calculator FX-CG50
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Casio Graphic Calculator FX-CG50

AED 549.00AED 699.00(Inc. VAT) 21% OFF

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  • Easy-to-operate, high-definition 3D Graph provides visual support for mathematical exploration
  • fx-CG50 has intuitive operability and exploring features, ideal for mathematics learning
  • Intuitive operability and G-Solve features make it easy to use the features of fx-CG50
  • So you can spend less time teaching how to use graphing calculators
  • Graphing calculators have a variety of functions covering from primary to higher education
  • Students can cultivate mathematical thinking through Graph functions operated by themselves
  • The fx-CG50 comes built-in with Python, a programming language used in the development of Internet search engines, social media sites, robots
  • Data-logger can be used with graphing calculators and is effective for both mathematics education and science and technology education
  • This feature, with a simple user interface, is effective for collecting data for use in classroom science and technology lessons
  • This feature has Auto-ID recognition, which enables automatic drawing of graphs of collected data with no complicated settings
  • This feature includes Manual Sampling Mode, which enables you to freely draw graphs of collected data
  • This mode allows you to quickly prepare your calculator for exams
  • This mode restricts access to memory, programs, functions and applications, so that these features would not be available during exams
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 The large, high-resolution colour display with natural illustration shows fractions, square roots and other numerical expressions in the same way as they appear in maths textbooks.