Casio graphing calculators are designed to handle complex calculations and functions such as graphing, geometric calculations, and advanced mathematic and scientific equations. Casio graphing calculators are programmable and able to run custom scripts and programs. There are various types of programs available for Casio's Algebra FX, FX and ClassPad-Series graphing calculators.
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Casio's Algebra FX or AFX-Series graphing calculators support Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code (BASIC) scripts and programs. AFX-Series calculators supports programs such as Clock version 1.5, featured on Casio Kingdom's website. There are many games available for the Algebra FX calculator as well, including Memory, Rally and Brique version 2, featured on 2072 Productions' website. Casio AFX graphing calculators require the SB-87 PC-Link cable for data transfer and computer connectivity, according to Casio's website.
Casio's FX-Series graphing calculators feature advanced programming modes with support for complex formulas and user-defined functions along with standard BASIC programs, according to Casio's website. There are many programs available for Casio FX-Series graphing calculators, including Easy Draw, a graphic design program that allows you to create and save drawings on your calculator. Other programs designed for Casio FX-Series graphing calculators include Statistics Tools, Calendar 1.0 and The Magic 8-Ball. These programs are available for download on Planet Casio's website.
Casio's ClassPad-Series graphing calculators features support BASIC programs and advanced programming modes along with user-defined functions and expressions, according to Casio's ClassPad website. There is a wide variety of programs and utilities available for Casio ClassPad-Series graphing calculators, including CasPaint, an advanced graphic design program featuring multilayer graphics and a Sprite Maker tool for creating editable objects within pictures. Utilities for Casio ClassPad-Series calculators include Conv, a program used to convert numbers from different systems, and IsPrime, a simple program designed to check if a number is prime or composite. These programs are available for download on Casio's ClassPad website.
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