Casio fx-CG500 PRIZM Graphing Calculator
The fx-CG500 is a next-generation graphing calculator complete with a high-resolution, color, touchscreen LCD, conveying a Natural Textbook display in addition to other features that are permitted for use on the AP, SAT I and II, PSAT and NMSQT exams.
- Touchscreen, Tap and drag operation
- Advanced (CAS) for symbolic computation
- High-Resolution Color LCD with over 65,000 colors
- Built-in graphing Conic sections
- Color link for graphs, charts, and spreadsheets
- USB-to-computer connectivity
Casio Next Generation Graphing Calculator
The fx-CG500 brings touchscreen technology to the graphing calculator. Its extra-large screen allows for more complete and detailed viewing of mathematics and its drag-and-drop functionality enables students to quickly and intuitively pull information from one representation into another. Incorporating Casio’s standard Natural Textbook Display, convenient drop-down menus, and a handy soft keyboard, the fx-CG500 will impress you with how easy to use it can be.
Designed for middle school math classes and beyond, the fx-CG500 will help students to investigate and solve the most challenging equations and enhance their understanding of mathematics. With a large, soft keyboard and convenient drop-down menus, the fx-CG500 is super easy to use. Specific features ideal for higher levels of mathematics include but are not limited to advanced CAS for symbolic computation, built-in graphing of conic sections, interactive equation solver, matrix operations and inverses and more.
Casio’s PRIZM is revolutionary among graphing calculators with features that enhance users’ understanding of mathematics, including a high-resolution, color, touchscreen LCD display (over 65,000 colors) with various functions designed to assist with mathematic lessons. The fx-CG500’s extra-large 4.8” screen allows for more complete and detailed viewing of mathematics and offers Casio’s standard Natural Textbook Display. Its drag-and-drop functionality enables students to quickly and intuitively pull information from one representation into another, while its split-screen functionality allows simultaneous viewing of functions and graphs. Students can also switch between portrait and landscape views for extended screen width.