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It operates in a total of six possible modes, ranging from simple arithmetic computations to alphabetic program entry to a variety of mathematical and statistical functions. The flat plastic keypad includes digit keys in the center of the base, arithmetic function keys to the right of the digit keys, and mode keys to the left. On the top right are a variety of function keys. The display is left of these. Changing the batteries requires removing the base.
The former had a larger memory capacity, with functions, 4, memory steps, and instant graph enlargement or reduction. It is not dated. Location Currently not on view Object Name electronic calculator with manual date made ca maker Casio Computer Company place made Japan Physical Description plastic case material glass display cover material paper manual material Measurements overall: 2.
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