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fx-95MS-2

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FX-95MS-2

Features

Fraction calculations
Combination and permutation
Statistics (STAT-data editor, Standard deviation, Regression analysis)
9 variable memories
Comes with slide-on hard case

fx-82MS/85MS/350MS functions, in addition to:

Equation calculations

Specifications

Product features
Non Programmable
Non Graphing
Number of Functions : 244
Product type
Non Programmable
Non Graphing
Number of digits
10 + 2 digits
Liquid crystal display
S-V.P.A.M. (Super Visually Perfect Algebraic Method)
Dot matrix display
Key characteristics
Plastic keys
Key functions
Negative Sign
Power Off
Memory
Variables: 9 (A,B,C.D.E.F.X.Y,M)
Independent Memory (M / M+ / M-)
Answer Memory
Memory Protection
Reset Function
Power supply
AAA×1 (R03)
Approximate battery life Main 2 years
Auto Power Off
Size (D × W × H)
161.5 × 77 × 13.8 mm
Weight
105 g
Accessories
Hard Case

Display format settings
Number Format: Fix
Number Format: Sci
Number Format: Norm
Engineering Notation
Fraction / Decimal Conversion (Fraction Key)

Basic calculation
Basic Calculation
Bracket Calculation
Fraction Calculation
Degree, Minute, Secound (Sexagesimal) Calculations
Reciprocal Calculation
Percent Calculation (scientific calculator function)
Factorial Function
π
Irrational number calcuation
Rounding Function
Advanced calculation
Transcendental number: e
Applied calculation
Multi-statement Command (:)
Continuous Calculation
Replay Function
Multi-replay Function

Basic functions
Basic Mathematical Functions
Number of Functions : 244
Power Function (Square)
Power Function (Cube)
Power Function
Power Function (Square Root)
Trigonometric Function
Inverse Trigonometric Function
Hyperbolic / Inverse Hyperbolic Function
Exponential Calculation
Logarithmic Calculation
Log not base 10
Coordinate Conversion
Combination / Permutation
Random Number Generation
Summation
Other functions
Equation

Statistical data
STAT-data editor
Statistical calculation
Statistics Function
Basic Statistics

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