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- Four-line display
- MultiView™ display shows multiple calculations at the same time on screen
- Meets GCSE requirements: fraction keys and prime factorizing; simple power and root facilities; exact surd arithmetic.
- Meets all GCE-A/AS level DfE specifications: iterative function, compute summary statistics and access probabilities from standard statistical distributions; matrix calculations and inverses up to 3x3; all the usual regression and correlation functions; calculation of probabilities for a binomial distribution and normal distribution.
- AS Further Maths functionality: calculation of Poisson distribution.

## View multiple calculations at the same time

Compare results and explore patterns on-screen with the MultiView™ display, which supports up to four lines.

## See math exactly as it appears in textbooks

See math expressions, symbols and stacked fractions exactly the way they appear in textbooks — no need to adapt to a technical syntax; also provides quick access to frequently used functions.

## Built-in solvers

Intuitive prompts allow one to easily solve numeric equation, polynomial and system of linear equations.

## Explore (x,y) table of values

Students can easily explore an (x,y) table of values for a given function, automatically or by entering specific x values..

## Easy-to-use mode menu

The menu is structured for easy, intuitive access to commands; select degrees/radians, floating/fix, Classic/MathPrint™ or number format.

## Specifications

#### Built-in functionality

- Review and edit previous entries via a scrollable home screen
- Paste inputs or outputs into new calculations
- MathPrint™ entry and output mode for viewing calculations in maths notation, including answers in terms of pi, square roots and fraction
- Three solvers – numeric equation, polynomial and system of linear equations
- Numeric derivative and integral for real functions
- Vectors and Matrices
- Symbolic notation of π
- Toggle key to change the form of answers between exact and decimal approximation
- Stacked Fractions and fraction functions
- Fraction/decimal/percent conversions
- Change between improper fractions and mixed numbers
- Automatic simplification of fractions
- Random number and random integer generator
- Central MODE menu for selecting calculator mode settings
- Menu settings
- Functions accessed directly through keys or through pull-down menus
- Negation key
- One constant operator feature
- Combinations and permutations
- Trigonometry
- Hyperbolics
- Logs and antilogs
- Convert angles from degrees to radians to grads
- %, x², ¹/x, yˆx, π, x!
- Fixed decimal capability
- (x,y) Table feature with Auto and Ask-x options
- Basic Data/List Editor with three lists
- List Formulas
- One- and two-variable statistics with permanent stat variable input storage
- EOS: (Equation Operating System)
- Nine physical constants
- Eighteen metric/English conversions
- Up to eight pending operations
- Up to 23 levels of parentheses
- Error recovery capability
- Auto Power Off
- Quick/easy reset of calculator via 2 key press or menu for exam purposes
- Seven memory variables (x,y,z,t,a,b,c)
- Scientific and engineering notation

#### Hardware

- Four-line × 16-character, easier-to-read LCD display
- Battery powered with solar cell assistance to lengthen battery life
- Auto Power Off
- Hard plastic, colour-coded keys
- Non-slip rubber feet
- Impact-resistant cover with quick-reference card
- Snap-on protective hard case

#### Support

- Three-year limited warranty
- Toll-free help hotline: 00800 4842 2737
- Email: ti-cares@ti.com
- Classroom activities available
- Complete guidebook available

## TI-30X Pro MultiView™ Scientific Calculator Accessories

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## TI-SmartView™ Emulator Software

This simple software complements the TI-30X Pro MultiView™ scientific calculators, letting the teacher project a representation of the calculator’s display to the entire class. It is an ideal demonstration tool for leading classroom instruction of maths and science concepts.