There may not be exams for most GCSE and A-level students this year, but with 276 functions, the UK’s best-selling scientific Casio Calculators remain in great demand.

There have been ways to help humans ‘calculate s early as 2500 BCE however In 1642, the first true “calculator” was invented. This one performed calculations through a clockwork-type of mechanism. The Pascal calculator, invented by French inventor and mathematician Blaise Pascal, was lauded for attempting arithmetic calculations previously thought impossible. However it was big and bulky and very hard to replicate so didn’t quite take off. It wasn’t until Curt Herzstark came along and invented the first handheld, mechanic calculator in 1945 that we saw something similar to what we have now! Check you this little video if your interested in more history casio calculators

With the invention of the smart phone use of the calculator did see some decline however in exams and in some offices we don’t want the smart phone on the desk. If you looking to keep your distraction levels down too replacing your smart phone with a calculator should help reduce temptation!

Here are a few classic choices for you for casio calculators.

Casio Battery Powered Scientific Calculator Black FX-83GTX

  • Natural display – show fractions, surds and powers as they appear in textbooks
  • List-based statistics – for easier data entry and editing
  • Multiple regression models – linear, inverse, square, logarithmic, exponential and power
  • Table mode – explore functional values for a chosen range
  • Supplied with protective slide-on hard case

Casio Battery Powered Scientific Calculator Pink FX-83GTX

  • Natural display – show fractions, surds and powers as they appear in textbooks
  • List-based statistics – for easier data entry and editing
  • Multiple regression models – linear, inverse, square, logarithmic, exponential and power
  • Table mode – explore functional values for a chosen range
  • Supplied with protective slide-on hard case

Casio Calculators not Just for Exams 1Casio Battery Powered Scientific Calculator Blue FX-83GTX

  • Natural display – show fractions, surds and powers as they appear in textbooks
  • List-based statistics – for easier data entry and editing
  • Multiple regression models – linear, inverse, square, logarithmic, exponential and power
  • Table mode – explore functional values for a chosen range
  • Supplied with protective slide-on hard case

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