A-Level Maths - Casio Calculators

# Teachers

The minimum-specification calculator with the required Binomial and Normal distributions is the fx-991CW. While this is adequate for the exam, a graphical calculator confers many advantages in both learning and exam performance.

There is a powerful immediacy of learning for students having technology at their fingertips. A graphical calculator is more powerful than a mobile app and more readily available than a computer. A calculator can be taken into the exam, giving confidence in checking answers to graphical questions. Many schools have discovered these advantages for their students.

### Calculator benefits

##### Understand how graphs behave, analyse properties, and solve problems

Explore transformations dynamically

Solve equations with multiple solutions and relate to graphs

Import and analyse the large data set

Find binomial probabilities more quickly than on a scientific calculator

All our graphical calculators are allowed in exams. Further details can be found on the Joint Council for Qualifications calculator FAQ documentation here.

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