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2014-09-30 12:36:33

New Mobile Application Offers Comprehensive Feature-Set for Easy Classroom Integration DOVER, N.J., Sept.

2014-09-29 12:34:13

The New G-SHOCK Luxury Timepiece MT-G and New Women's Division, S-Series Share the stage With Designers During New York Fashion Week DOVER, N.J., Sept.

2014-09-23 08:28:29

Timekeeping and music come together in latest addition for Fall DOVER, N.J., Sept.

2014-09-23 08:28:07

Songwriter/Artist/Producer Ro Shon Joins As the Newest Casio Brand Ambassador for its Keyboard Division DOVER, N.J., Sept.

2014-09-18 08:36:19

Casio's SLIM series of LampFree® Projectors Offer High Brightness and Low Maintenance DOVER, N.J., Sept.

2014-09-12 12:23:05

The Crystal Method as Brand Ambassadors Will Support Casio's Mission to Make Music Accessible for All DOVER, N.J., Sept.

2014-09-03 08:30:29

Casio's Extensive Portfolio of Digital Pianos and Keyboards Enhances Music Education for All DOVER, N.J., Sept.

2014-08-28 12:33:11

The Original Inventor of the "Smartwatch" Celebrates Timepiece Milestones in 2014 DOVER, N.J., Aug.

2014-08-26 08:28:50

Timepiece Industry Leader Conquers the Great Outdoors with Co-Host of Discovery Channel's Dual Survival DOVER, N.J., Aug.

2014-08-21 08:34:57

Casio's Calculators Help Students of All Levels Gear Up for the New School Year in Style DOVER, N.J., Aug.


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Casio FX-7000G
2013-03-23 00:00:00

Image Caption: A Casio FX-7000G with box and manual. Credit: ML5/Wikipedia The Casio FX-7000G is the world’s first graphing calculator available to the public, offering 82 scientific functions, the ability to produce graphs, it is programmable and can do basic arithmetic problems. It was manufactured from 1985 - 1988. Since then Casio has produced upgraded models using the same technologies. The functions of the FX-7000G can be calculated with up to 13 digits, using arithmetic and...

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