Casio FX-300W Scientific Calculator Reviews

Casio FX-300W Scientific Calculator

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  • I've used mine for years and still love it - Casio FX-300W Scientific Calculator

    Jun 2, 2008 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Lots of built-in functions, Easy-to-use, Data-entry, Solar/battery power
    Cons: It can't graph

    Summary: The Casio FX-300W has been my calculator since my college days. I had gotten it for my math and science classes and since then, it’s traveled with me through a number of jobs. It’s kind of funny, even at the height of my mathematical ... read more

  • Best Calculater

    Apr 28, 2013 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Works great.
    Affordable.
    Easy to use. 
    Cons: Not a graphing calculator.

    Summary: Through high school, i took Geometry, Algebra I & II, and Pre- Calculus. I owned many different calculators, but out of all, the Casio FX-300ES is the best.  This calculator is great. I remember how useful this tool was. I love all of ... read more

  • It's the best and cheapest

    Nov 5, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: none
    Cons: none

    Summary: I bought this calculator over a year ago and it's been great. It has a lot of features that I have not even understood yet that are complicated. You really have to read the little book that comes with it to understand all the nice little features that ... read more

  • I passed the High school with this thing!

    Oct 30, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy usage, great price, many functions
    Cons: I did't find noone

    Summary: I bought a CASIO 911W calculator for my high school study. I like physics and I was very pleased that I've found a calculator which knows many physical constants. If you want, this calculator can show very high or very low numbers not in scientific ... read more

  • Travel Necessity..or math class

    Oct 24, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: robust, good display, cheap
    Cons: no graphing

    Summary: Back in the early days of the calculator the basic calculator with the plus, minus, multiply, and divide costs up in the many hundreds of dollars. Things sure have changed. Now you can get more power in this casio than you would ever need unless you ... read more

  • Life Saver

    Oct 15, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: light wait every thing you need in a calculater
    Cons: a little big for stuffing in your pocket

    Summary: It’s just the little things that matter the most. A calculator is one of the things we take for granted. A señorío You’re in math class. Suddenly the teacher says, "Take a sheet of paper, pencil, and your calculator! ... read more

  • Calculating without Breaking the Budget

    Oct 14, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: good unit for the money
    Cons: a little complicated to learn some of the functions.

    Summary: I bought this calculator to get me through the College Algebra course I am taking this semester, and through the Applied Calculus course I have next semester. I was downright fearful when I went into the stores and saw calculators that went for $100 and ... read more

  • Good Bang for the Buck

    Aug 22, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: small
    Cons: pre-cal only

    Summary: If you're taking pre-calculus and you need a cheap calculator, get this one. My Casio served me through my high school years and on into college. It's small, easy to use and fits into your pocket. Also, they make these calculators tough ... read more

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