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September 23, 1987 - Image 54

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Casio solar scientific
calculators.
With these three calculators,
Casio continues to give students
and professionals the most features
and functions for the fewest dollars.
Lesson 1: Our FX-451M
gives you 132 total functions, includ-
ing binary, octal and hexadecimal
calculations and conversions. At
the touch of a key, it provides you
with 13 commonly used physical

And because the fruits of your
hard work are worth saving, we've
added a feature called Solar PlusTm
Not only does it let you work in
low-or no-light situations, it keeps
the memory functioning, even with
the power off.
Lesson 2: Our less expen-
sive FX-115M also features Solar
Plus and a 10 digit display with 10
digit mantissa plus 2 digit exponent.
It offers you 105 functions, includ-
ing statistics and computer math
calculations, and it even calculates

Lesson 3
nomical solar sc
boasts 71 functi<
digit display, witt
plus 2 digit expc
statistics, permu
tions and conve
notation.
Before you
1001, take a less
from Casio's FX-

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