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from New York
About Me Enthusiast
Comments about Texas Instruments TI-30X-A Scientific Calculator:
Nice product to use.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By run away
from Alhambra, CA
About Me Casual User
This item has helped my daughter in her Algebra class
Works as needed
from Ms.Duffy's homeroom
Great calculator for middle school student
One nice calculator for a decent price
from Klamath Falls, Oregon
I like it. I am taking the HAM radio test and feel comfortable I can rely on this calculator and actually get it working when I am under stress.
Liked it enough to buy another
from Boston area
Does what is needed, without a lot of (typically expensive) extra features that I don't need.
Easy to use
By Good Witch
from Vestal, N.Y.
For checking account use it keeps the last total so can just turn it on and start from there.
Can used in SAT anmd ACT
from Yorktown, NY
About Me Power User
Ideal for job at hand. Can handle all the basic math needed for profesional engineers and scientists.
Great old standby calculator!
from Grand Rapids, MI
The only complaint I have is that the decimal point is "small" on this device's display and can be easily overlooked. Would like it to be more prominent.
Good Calculator to Have
from Cincinnati, OH
I found this calculator very easy to use, & as I go through my college courses, I continue to learn new functions. The biggest issue is not having comma's to seperate out 1,000's & so forth.
Not who they used to be
from Lebanon, Ct
including this purchase, I have always been a dedicated Texas Instrument purchaser. I bought this calculator for home use, but being an engineer, I still use a lot of the trig functions at home. At first I couldn't figure out what was happening because the result of a simple calculation was obviously wrong. It's the keys. They do not always register. If you do not continuously look at the display to make sure that the key you press actually registers, you will have a bad calculation.I bought Texas Instrument's first calculator in the 70's, and have been satisfied until now. This may be my last TI calculator. I am disappointed.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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