Casio fx-82es Scientific Calculations Calculator


Casio FX-82ES PLUS Calculator

The Casio FX-82ES PLUS calculator features the Natural Display (Natural-V.P.A.M.) that shows mathematical expressions like roots and fractions as they appear in your textbook, and this increases comprehension because results are easier to understand.

  • Fraction calculations
  • Combination and permutation
  • Statistics (List-based STAT data editor, standard deviation, regression analysis)
  • 9 variables
  • Table function
  • Algebraic input logic: Natural V.P.A.M.
  • Differential and integral calculus
  • Comes with new slide-on hard case

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Casio FX-82ES PLUS Scientific Calculator with 252 Functions

From simple to complex, this scientific calculator ensures that your numbers are all sorted out by giving you the ability to perform 252 different functions, all in one single body.

The calculator displays 10-digit mantissa + 2-digit exponential when it comes to numbers making calculation much easier and widening the horizon for the kind of calculations you need to get done.

Plastic key sont this Casio FX-82ES PLUS calculator help give you easy using and longer life so you do not have to replace your calculator that soon. his form of display ensures high resolution viewing and also that your graphs are great looking and have better clarity.


  • 252 functions
  • Display: Natural V.P.A.M., LCD (dot-matrix), 31 x 96 dots, 10 + 2 decimal places
  • Power supply: Battery operation (1 x AAA (R03)
  • With hard case
  • Size (H x W x D): 13.8 x 80.0 x 162 mm
  • Weight: 100g
  • Random integer
  • New entry options for fractions
  • Prime factorisation
  • Calculations with remainders
  • German menu navigation
  • Repeat function
  • 24 parentheses levels
  • Variable memory (9)
  • STO/RCL button

User Reviews

User: Danielle
User Rating: ★★★★★
Very good calculator but the screen is not that color


User: Ken Ong
User Rating: ★★★★★
has write-view and fast processing as well as multi-functions. if want things easy on an calculation go for it