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Item: 321966 Model: TI-36X Pro
The Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro Scientific Calculator is the ideal tool for the challenges of computer science, physical and biological science, trigonometry, advanced algebra and statistics, and more. The four-line, 16-digit LCD display with MultiView?„? lets you see several calculations at the same time, and this TI graphing calculator provides three memories, so you can keep intermediate results. The calculator is capable of performing functions for solving numeric, polynomial and linear equations, and the MathPrint capability allows you to view your calculations in math notation. Battery powered with solar assistance, it's ready to work when you're ready to solve problems.
Designed for professionals and students, the Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro Scientific Calculator has what it takes to handle advanced calculations. Its MultiView LCD display lets you view several calculations at once. You can select from numeric, polynomial and linear equation solvers. This TI graphing calculator, featuring battery power with solar backup, is also highly reliable.
Put Real Power in the Palm of Your Hand
The calculator performs functions to help you solve linear, numeric and polynomial equations. It works with one- and two-variable statistics, performs vectors and matrices, finds numeric and integral derivatives for real functions and much more. This TI graphing calculator also features 10 English-to-metric conversion functions and eight physical constants. Don't worry about your TI-36X Pro losing power. In any bright light, a solar cell backs up the battery for uninterrupted operation.
Enhance Performance in Your Business, Lab or Classroom
One of the most attractive features of the TI-36X Pro is its ease of use. The TI-36X Pro gives you the power to make a variety of calculations and keep your progress in clear view. The 16-digit, four-line LCD MultiView display tracks several calculations at the same time. Three memories store intermediate results, including conversions and constants for engineering and science, and clearing the memory is simple. Using the MathPrintmode, you can see you calculations in math notation.
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