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    best sci calculator

    I need to get myself a scientific calculator for my Stage I Calculus course I'm doing, capable of all the usual stuff.
    Which calculator should I look at getting? Doesn't necessarily need to be a casio, I'm just posting this in here cause it seems to be the best place.
    I'm wanting to continue with my maths studies, so it needs to be one that's useful for Stage II maths and beyond.

    Cheers!
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    I recommend Casio fx-991ES. It can do many functions and can be useful for many years.

    See this site for the full specification: FX-991ES - Technical & scientific calculator - School and graphic calculators - Products - CASIO

    But, first enquire if you are allowed to use it in your exam. There is no point buying a calculator that won't be allowed to be used in the exam.
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    I've already bought myself a HP 50g but thanks anyway for the advice.
    I didn't check before-hand whether I can take it into the exam. I'm assuming I can, as previous year exam scripts state 'calculators allowed - no restrictions'.
    gads, I hope I can, as the exam is today!
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