Is the Casio fx-991ES PLUS allowed in OCR A-Level Mathematics Exams?Watch
I know that the integration and differentiation functions are acceptable as they are only numeric. However, I am mainly concerned about the table of 40 constants which the calculator contains. These range from the mass of an electron to atmospheric pressure.
Section 3 of JCQ's 'Information for Conducting Examinations' states:
'calculators must not...have retrievable information stored in them - this includes:
o mathematical formulas;
o text. '
Any help is appreciated; thanks in advance.