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Texas Instruments TI30XS MultiView Scientific Calculator
Powerful, fourline scientific calculator for high school math and science exploration. Texas Instruments TI30XS MultiView calculator with all the familiar capabilities of current TI scientific calculators plus a host of powerful enhancements. Designed with unique features that allow you to enter more than one calculation, compare results and explore patterns, all on the same screen
The TI30XS MultiView scientific calculator is approved for use on SAT*, ACT*, and AP* exams.
 Fourline display
 One and twovariable statistics
 MathPrint™ feature
 Fraction/decimal conversion
 Fraction math
 Edit, cut and paste entries
 Solar and battery powered
Powerful FourLine Scientific Calculator for High School Math and Science Exploration
Get your teen ready for highlevel math and science with a TI30XS Multiview calculator. This Texas Instruments calculator is ideal for high school students for general math, algebra, statistics, geometry, chemistry and more. It shows 4 lines in the display for comparing complex calculations. It has functions for simplifying fractions step by step, converting decimals to fractions (and vice versa) and working with 1 and 2variable statistics. This scientific calculator also lets you edit, cut and paste entries. Plus, it's approved for the SAT, ACT and AP exams.
View More Calculations at a Time
Fourline display allows you to enter more than one calculation, compare results and explore patterns, all on the same screen.
MathPrint™ Feature
Use the MathPrint™ feature to display expressions, symbols, and fractions just as they appear in textbooks.
Scientific Notation Output
View scientific notation with the proper superscripted exponents and see the output in scientific notation.
Explore (x,y) Table of Values
Students can easily explore an (x,y) table of values for a given function, automatically or by entering specific x values.
Builtin functionality
 Review and edit previous entries via a scrollable home screen
 Paste inputs or outputs into new calculations
 MathPrint™ entry and output mode for viewing calculations in math notation, including answers in terms of π, square roots and fraction
 CLASSIC mode for similar entry and compatibility with previous twoline scientifics
 Symbolic notation of π
 Toggle key to change the form of answers between exact and decimal approximation
 Stacked fractions and fraction functions
 Fraction/decimal/percent conversions
 Change between improper fractions and mixed numbers
 Automatic simplification of fractions
 Random number and random integer generator
 Central MODE menu for selecting calculator mode settings
 Menu settings
 Functions accessed directly through keys or through pulldown menus
 Negation key
 One constant operator feature
 Combinations and permutations
 Trigonometry
 Hyperbolics
 Logs and antilogs
 Convert angles from degrees to radians to grads
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 Fixed decimal capability
 (x,y) table feature with Auto and Askx options
 Basic Data/List Editor with three lists
 List formulas
 One and twovariable statistics with permanent stat variable input storage
 EOS: (Equation Operating System)
 Up to eight pending operations
 Up to 23 levels of parentheses
 Error recovery capability
 Auto Power Off
 Quick/easy reset of calculator via 2 key press or menu for exam purposes
 Seven memory variables. (x,y,z,t,a,b,c)
 Scientific and engineering notation
 x10n key for quick input of numbers in powers of 10

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User Reviews
User: marquez08
User Rating: ★★★★★
This scientific calculator is everything I expected it to be and more. I love all the different functions it's capable of doing. I love the fact that it can be ran by battery or solar. If I had to say something negative about the Texas Instruments® TI30XS MultiView calculator it would have to be that if you didn't know how to use a scientific calculator previous to this one, it doesn't give you a very good understanding of how to use and work this calculator. Overall though, I would definitely recommend this calculator to a friend.
User: Marsha
User Rating: ★★★★
I bought this calculator for my college math 1010 class which does not allow me to use a graphing calculator. I use it almost everyday to help me with the basic math problems that I can do in my head. It is perfect for what I need and comes with plenty of instructions to help you learn all the different functions that it can do. One thing that is not my favorite thing is that the cover wiggles around a bit when snapped on the calculator. Wish it was a little bit sturdier. Would definitely recommend to anyone who doesn't need a graphing calculator but needs a easy to work scientific calculator.
User: DIXIE B.
User Rating: ★★★★★
Texas Instruments  TI30XS MultiView Calculator. This is my second purchase on this Texas Instruments  TI30XS because my grandson lost his at his school, he used it a lot. He learned how to use it by his class instructor since his day one last Sept. I myself like it a lot because it has more features. The features have 4 display lines and math and science exploration for high school student.
User: Kari D.
User Rating: ★★★★★
I am a nerd. I love my calculators, and seriously dislike using those cheap bulkbuy calculators.
I already own this in the original blue, but I kept forgetting it for when I went in to work, so I looked to see how much a second one was. Imagine my surprise when I saw that these were nowhere near the cost of a TI83+!
I wish the cover was also lime green (it's the weird slate blue of the original), but other than that, it's a great calculator. I love the math print (?) display, which shows fractions as actually having numerators and denominators. I love that it is the same basic layout as a TI83+. I love that it's solarpowered. It's also extremely powerful for the price.
If you're on the fence, I'd like to point out that when adding up numbers, they STAY ON THE SCREEN. No more wondering "did I put that number in yet or not?" or "did I type that in correctly?"
There is a bit of learning curve, especially if you're not used to TI calculators, but it's very worth it.
User: ROSA A.
Verified Buyer
User Rating: ★★★★★
Great scientific calculator. The TI30XS Multiview calculator works great, has many functions and is super useful.
User: Christopher W.
User Rating: ★★★★
Works like expected. Can be a bit tricky to start, but the learning curve is pretty easy. Some functions are a bit more complicated than they should be, but overall I'm happy with it.
User: wally718212
User Rating: ★★★★
This calculator helped me pass my NY STATE TASC EXAM Many different formulas involved with calculator, such as, Distance, volume, Mid Point and Slope.
User: Beth Stuart
User Rating: ★★★★
These are THE BEST calculator to buy for a medium level (middle school through algebra) math student. I teach secondary and post secondary students and this is the calculator I tell them all to buy.
It is better than the TI30XSII because you can see what you had previously input. That is really the main difference between the two calculators and this one allows you to see what you put in before. It's superior in my opinion.