|Item Weight||1.05 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.32 x 7.21 x 2.05 inches|
|Item model number||FX-CG-50-L-IH|
|Batteries||4 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Color||Black & White|
|Number of Items||1|
|Lines Per Page||8|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FX-CG-50-L-IH|
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- Color graphing Calculator with High resolution LCD display (over 65, 000 colors)
- Natural textbook display
- Picture plot technology/ Real life images
- 3 D graphing capability
- Built in conic sections
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CASIO PRIZM FX-CG50 Color Graphing Calculator
- High-Resolution Color LCD with over 65,000.
- Picture Plot enables learning from real-life pictures.
- Easy to use - Icon driven menu system.
- Test model capability.
- Statistics regressions and graphical displays.
Advanced Color Graphing Calculator with Natural Textbook Display and intuitive icon-based menu. Easy to Use. 3 Dimensional Graphing capability. Improved Catalog function allows for greater engagement and real life application in the mathematics classroom. Approved for AP, SAT I/II, PSAT, NMSQT, ACT Tests (permitted on all major exams).
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|Color||Black & White||Black||White/Blue||Black||Black||Gray|
|Item Dimensions||10.32 x 7.21 x 2.05 inches||7.50 x 3.42 x 0.62 inches||1.00 x 4.00 x 6.00 inches||0.62 x 3.42 x 7.50 inches||7.80 x 6.06 x 1.34 inches||7.30 x 1.00 x 3.50 inches|
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P.S. The CG-FX 10 Prism is a great predecessor from which this calculator was derived from but it too is over priced on Amazon. The CG-FX 50 is the successor of that calculator and so it makes sense to pick the CG-FX 50 over the CG-FX -10. Never mind the updated button styling from CGFX-10 which was non-standard vs the standard button styling of the CG-FX 50 that mirrors most other calculators. If this does not make sense to you or actually matter to you a all then don't worry about it. Just realize that the CG-FX 50 is the superior choice here as well.
So much easier to use than ANY Ti-XX calculator
Bright color backlit screen
Completely intuitive interface, even if only slightly technically inclined
Comes with USB cable to update OS and add apps/data tables
White numeric keys
Absolutely does not require a "teacher" to explain how to use it (unlike every Ti-XX, which requires instructions in math text books plus additional teacher tech support, just to learn the obtuse TI keystrokes)
I would prefer all buttons to be white with colored lettering, rather than black with colored lettering
I'm dumbfounded when I hear stories of students returning Casio models and replacing them with Ti models, simply because the school teachers tell the students they don't know how to use a Casio...@@ They're totally missing the point!!! ... You don't need a teacher to explain it to you because Casio's are so much more intuitive and easy to use!
My three older kids all used the Casio FX-CG10 all through high school into college (calculus, chemistry, physics) and noted how much simpler the keystrokes were on their CG10's than all of their peers Ti's. My fourth son is using the CG50 because it is simply the newer version of the CG10.
*Product description is wrong, it uses 4 AAA batteries, not 4 AA batteries. Not a big deal, just something I thought I would highlight for anyone under the impression that it uses 4 AA.
It is noticeably faster for graphing and easier to use compared to my classmates TI calculators. When the professor asks us to graph a problem, I always have to wait for everyone's TI calculators to finish graphing before the class resumes. The thing is that this is another brand, so the instructions to use it somewhat different. It still shares a lot of similarities with the menus and keys of the TI calculators, which makes it quicker to familiarize yourself with the layout (I just watched YouTube videos on how to use it, and the rest I figured out myself by fooling around with the calculator). And many functions are easier to use on this calculator, too. For instance, calculating intersects is much easier: the TIs have extra steps, like choose the curves and guess where the intersect is; this Casio just finds it right away. If you want to find another intersect, just use the arrows to jump from one to the other.
Finally, there are also the advantages that this calculator is way prettier and cheaper than the TI ones. It is weird, but I have received a couple of compliments on how cool it looks. And the screen looks even better than the competition. I know it sounds like I'm some Casio shill or something, but really I am just posting my honest opinion because I am simply very, very satisfied with this calculator! I used to be worried that I had chosen this calculator over the recommended one for the class, but I have no regrets whatsoever now.
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En mi caso, yo estudio ingeniería, y esta calculadora tiene un amplio menu de opciones que me pueden ayudar tanto en Matemáticas, Física y Química.
La recomiendo en su totalidad si tu carrera o trabajo esta relacionado en una de estas materias.
(La foto es en comparación al tamaño de una calculadora promedio)
I found it very useful that it operates just like every other casio so everything feels familiar and as all the other casio models the keys feel solid and durable. Also, battery life depends greatly upon the quality of the 4 AAA batteries of the users choice but it has several power optimization choices, from sleep mode to screen brightness.
It is also very interesting that the designers went as far as to include rubber butts on the case so it doesn't slide of the table.
Using it to its full potential requires some studying with manuals but it is to be expected of this level of calculator.
Batteries included were also fully charged as well and came with everything needed.
The calculator works out of the box, but can include more features added through updates by updating the calculator OS.
I have tried can opener and exacto knife
Looks awesome and came quick
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