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Our resources centre provides hundreds of resources in various formats including video and downloadable pdfs.
There are curated ‘popular’ resources, ‘how to’ sections, calculator model by model resources, as well as guidance on which level of curriculum they relate to.
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How to plot lines in 3D in Cartesian and vector forms, or through given points….See Resource
How to use the absolute or modulus function to create a table of values for a fu…See Resource
Solving simultaneous equations….See Resource
This activity asks learners to sort a set of four cards in order of the size of …See Resource
How to plot a conic graph over an image on the fx-CG50. Includes using modify to…See Resource
Support video to accompany the student worksheet investigating the effect of ord…See Resource
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A new calculator generation
Casio Education aim to support all UK schools and their teaching of mathematics.
Casio’s long history started in calculators with the launch of the Casio 14-A calculator in 1957, a revolutionary new device using 342 electric relays that solved addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems up to 14 digits.
In 1985, Casio developed the fx-7000G, the first scientific calculator to incorporate graphic function. The fx-7000G offered 82 scientific function and held 422 bytes of programming memory. Today Casio fx-CG50 colour graphic calculator offers over 2,900 functions and 61,000 bytes of programming memory.
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