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Casio Showcases New Calculator Technologies At Math Conferences

The company will demonstrate new calculator technologies at two special workshops.
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Casio America, Inc.will be in San Antonio, TX, for the National Council of Supervisors in Mathematics (NCSM) Leadership in Mathematics Education annual conference from April 3-5, as well as the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Annual Conference from April 5-8. The company will demonstrate new calculator technologies at two special workshops.

NCSM 2017

In support of the changing landscape of mathematics education, presenter Mike Reiners will provide an in-depth look at the company’s history of developing tools for mathematics with a special spotlight on its newest technologies.

NCTM 2017

On Thursday, April 6th from 9:30 am – 10:30 am in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center (Room 213AB), Mike Reiners will provide attendees an inside look at how Casio’s PRIZM calculators operate. 

New Calculator Technologies on Display

At both NCSM and NCTM, Casio’s PRIZM™ line will be highlighted. The first new model is the fx-CG500 (PRIZM CAS) which is a next-generation graphing calculator and features an advanced Computer Algebra System (CAS), designed for middle school math classes and beyond.

The company also introduced the fx-CG50 (PRIZM) earlier this year, which offers expanded features including the ability to draw 3D graphs such as planes, cylinders and spheres, and view them from various angles in order to better analyze their shape.

For additional information, visit www.CasioEducation.com.

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