Casio FX 260 Solar II Scientific Calculator 5″ x 0.6″ x 2.9″

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Easy-to-use design helps you quickly tackle variety of calculations

Top Positive Review

BEST scientific calculator for the price. I teach chemistry, and it’s particularly important to have an easy method to enter scientific notation. Casio has done this RIGHT, compared to the method used by Texas Instruments, which is not intuitive. This is the calculator that I suggest for all my Chemistry classes.

Top Critical Review

In my opinion:

My first Casio calculator?? arrived in a timely fashion, and the actual product seems to be overall ??ok??; but comes with some baggage.

Spent an hour getting up to speed with it. It??s intuitive, but was disappointed to find that both often used 1/X and v functions require shifting. An annoyance that won??t go away with time. Wish HP made a quality RPN solar calculator suitable for glove compartment/field use.

The products small size & feature set well suit my needs without going overboard, and it??s low price point mean no big tears should it ever ??lose?? me, and/or otherwise meet an untimely demise.

Sadly, right off the bat this product earned a two star demerit due to extremely infuriating, over the top asinine, difficult to open retail blister package. The item being an ??Add On Item?? was another contributing factor. (This was my first, and last ??Add On Item?? purchase?? don??t get me started.)

Review posted 12/23/2018, and will be updated should experience warrant.

Again, all above is just my opinion.

Customer Questions & Answers

Does this have statistical functions?
Answer: It has the basic stats functions, such as sample and population average, standard deviation, etc. It’s been decades since I studied stats, but the FX-260 SolarII has the basics stats functions, yes.

How much this costs in INR?
Answer: ye s

Does this calculator use standard algebraic order of operations (ie 1 + 2 * 3 = 7) or immediate left to right execution (1 + 2 * 3 = 9)?

The calculator will perform the order of operations algebraically; that is to say that it will execute the above expressions to yield the answers given. HOWEVER-and this is key-one cannot ENTER expressions as they appear in a textbook. For example, to take the sine of an angle, you’d enter the number, then hit the ‘sin??

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