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    Hi, I'm doing AS Level maths at the moment... my current Casio calculator is a fx-83MS, which is really quite old so thinking of getting a newer one such as the Casio FX-83GTPLUS... This new calculator has an StoD button thing, am I right in thinking that this will be able to tell me that 1.570796327 = n/2 ? Just because that could be pretty handy when dealing with radians...

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    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Casio-FX-83G...pd_cp_office_1
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    (Original post by Arcanen)
    Hi, I'm doing AS Level maths at the moment... my current Casio calculator is a fx-83MS, which is really quite old so thinking of getting a newer one such as the Casio FX-83GTPLUS... This new calculator has an StoD button thing, am I right in thinking that this will be able to tell me that 1.570796327 = n/2 ? Just because that could be pretty handy when dealing with radians...

    Thanks!

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Casio-FX-83G...pd_cp_office_1
    (this calculator)
    get this one: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Casio-FX991E...2784836&sr=1-3 - it's the one I got, it can do numerical differentiation and evaluates definite itegrals. It can also do summations and can take log of any base. You will not find these features in any other casio calculator. It helped me a lot in my A level exams, it will not do the working for you, but it is good for checking your answers.
 
 
 

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