Advanced Direct Algebraic Logic Series scientific calculator Ideal for high school students, college students, and professionals 440 functions including differential and integral calculus Large 12-digit, 2-line display, multi-line playback Convenient solar and battery power supplies Sharp Electronics EL-506XBWH Scientific Calculator Sharp Electronics' Commitment to Innovation Sharp Electronics strives to help you create a balance between work and personal time. Our products enhance life at work, at home, and everywhere in between. Sharp is dedicated to improving lives through the use of advanced technology and a commitment to innovation, quality, value and design. Superior Functionality The EL-506XBWH is a fully-functional, high quality scientific calculator that performs over 469 advanced scientific and mathematic functions. It features a Direct Algebraic Logic function that allows students to enter the elements of an expression in the exact order they appear in the textbook. It also utilizes a large, easy to read a 2-line display and Multi-Line Playback to make difficult scientific equations easier to solve. Perfect for Students Advanced technology and engineering gives you the pin-point accuracy you expect from Sharp Electronics. This calculator is ideal for students who are studying general math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. In addition, it can be used for statistics, biology, chemistry, and physics. Features Direct Algebraic Logic - allows students to enter the elements of an expression in the exact order they appear in the textbook. Extra Large Display - 12 digit, 2 line display - 1 line equation and 1 line numeric Extra Large Display - 12 digit, 2 line display - 1 line equation and 1 line numeric Additional Features - include differential and integral calculus functions, 469 functions, and hard case.
Review of Sharp EL-506XPrice paid: $13.86Pros:- 9 memories- Base conversionsCons:- Poor user interfaceWhat happened to the calculator industry? Surely it has lost its way. Once upon a time scientific calculators were judged by how well they organized their keypads, by how efficiently they performed common calculations with minimum keystrokes, by the soundness of their mechanical design, and lastly by their expanse of calculations.Now..