TI-30 X Pro MultiView Solar

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Geavanceerd rekenmachine met numeriek differentiëren en integreren, complexe getallen, matrix- en vector rekening, oplossen van vergelijkingen, ...

The TI-30X Pro MultiView has been designed in collaboration with practitioners all over the world. The MultiViews provide learners with more than a scientific calculator. The MultiViews are learning tools to engage in exploring and learning mathematics; from the start of secondary education to create a solid foundation for learning advanced mathematical and science concepts during secondary education and beyond.
The TI-30X Pro MultiView provides advanced mathematical functionality to address the needs of mathematical computations in computer science and engineering courses and for curricula where graphics technology is not allowed or not valued.

The TI-30X Pro MultiView enriches learning and exploring:
- High Quality MultiView display to see more than one calculation, compare results and explore patterns
- Mathematical Notation as seen in textbooks, so no need to get used to technical syntax
- Easy scrolling and editing
- Menu structure for easy access to commands
- Toggle key for conversion between fractions and decimals

This advanced scientific calculator combines statistics, scientific functions and fraction capabilities with a Multi-line Display. The MultiView display helps learners explore maths and science concepts in the classroom.

  • Up to four line MultiView Display.
  • Basic scientific, trigonometric and hyperbolic functions.
  • Multi-line screen for illuminating patterns or differences in maths or even seeing previous calculations.
  • Two-variable statistics: Enter/delete/insert/edit individual statistics data elements.
  • "Equation Recall” feature allows recalling, viewing, editing and correcting previous entries and statistical data.
  • Allows operations with fractions and decimal views.
  • Data editor for entering lists of data. List function: to apply a function to a list of values.
  • Radicals shown, to work with simplified radicals and to rationalise the denominator
  • Exponents with superscript notation.
  • Work with variables and allows the user to store data on them.
  • Numerical derivative calculation.
  • Numerical integration calculation.
  • Boolean logic operations.
  • Complex number calculations.
  • Engineering and scientific notations.
  • Metric conversions and physical constants.
  • Octal, decimal, and hexadecimal number bases.