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This February is a Leap Year which means we get an extra day! Occurring every four years, Leap Years help us stay in sync with the Earth’s rotation around the sun. So how does one calculate a Leap Year? That’s easy! You’ll need to keep in mind a few rules and have the right tools on hand like a quality calculator or web-based mathematics software from Casio fx-CG500 PRIZM

__Calculators ideal for calculating Leap Years and more!__

Of all the scientific graphing calculators, this one also provides the biggest area for graphing, especially if turned sideways. It makes graphs genuinely useful, because you can really see whats going on. It also provides enough real estate for the use of soft keyboards on-screen, which give immediate access to far more input symbols than other calculators. Its also modern enough to have a decently fast processor.

With a large, soft keyboard and convenient drop-down menus, the Casio fx-CG500 PRIZM Calculator is easy to use and includes a high-resolution, color, touchscreen LCD display (over 65,000 colors). It also offers a Color Link function for graphs, charts and spreadsheets and is permitted for use on the AP, SAT I and II, PSAT and NMSQT exams.

**Product details**

- Color graphing Calculator
- Natural textbook display.
- High resolution extra large LCD with over 65000 colors.
- Advanced Computer algebra system (case).
- Touchscreen, tap and drag operation.

The Casio fx-CG500 PRIZM Calculator has everything your student will need to complete their course successfully. Here is a

**listed of recommended courses**where this can be used:- Pre-Calculus
- Calculus
- Multi-Variable Calculus
- Vector Analysis
- Engineering
- Statistics
- Geometry

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Didn't know about this calculator. Is great to know that Cassio is coming up with new technology.

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ReplyDeleteIt's actually good to use the old fashioned technology every now and then.

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ReplyDeleteThis came a little too late or maybe not. I wish we had it when I was in school. It would definitely make my life easier. I hated graphs then. Lucky kids.

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I like the size of the screen on this calculator. It seems like it's bigger than the Texas Instruments graphing calculator's screen. I've always had trouble learning to use these. Hope it has good instructions that come with it.

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