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Free Graphic Calculator Training
Graphical calculators are the perfect fit for post 16 and secondary learning, and it’s why you’ll increasingly spot the fx-CG50 in A-Level maths classes and some GCSE’s.
With our free graphic calculator training, not only will you acquire key skills and gain confidence using the fx-CG50, our training session focuses on using the calculator for learning maths in an A-level topic. We’ll use applicable A-Level question demonstrations which you can use in your next class. Delivered by training experts who know the calculator inside out, we’ll teach you and your colleagues at a time of your choosing.
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Casio’s History for Mathematics
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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