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Texas Instruments 30 XB Multiview Scientific Calculator

TI-30XB MultiView™ is the new battery-powered scientific calculator that combines statistics and scientific functions with a Multi-line Display. * Up to four line MultiView Display. * Basic scientific, trigonometric and hyperbolic functions. * Multi-line screen for illuminating patterns or differences in maths or even seeing previous calculations. * Two-variable statistics: Enter/delete/insert/edit individual statistics data elements. * “Equation Recall” feature allow
Manufacturer: Texas Instruments
SKU: 3243480017596
£19.99 incl vat (£16.66 excl vat)
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Product reviews

31/05/2022 23:55
Ekomi Review
Best calculator brand in my opinion. User friendly product with good visibility and easy to use. The white background makes the function keys even clearer and is just a great calculator. Highly recommend.
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03/04/2021 13:29
Ekomi Review
Use for work to work out levels, this calculator is just what I need to keep the previous answer on screen whilst working out another level.
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28/08/2020 15:04
Ekomi Review
Bought these for my grand daughters for secondary school and GCSE.  These calculators have all the functions necessary and the 4 line display allows you to scroll back to check your input.
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12/09/2015 07:13
Ekomi Review
Everything was fine
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13/03/2014 06:13
Ekomi Review
I bought this calculator for my son, as a back up since the TI calculator he had that used solar and battery power would not function due to lack of light I suspect. This battery operated one is similar so no problems with use. I prefer TI calculators and am starting my son with using them rather than a Casio.
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