# Sharp Handheld Simple Calculator

Item #: 4454 | Grades 6-12
\$6.95

10-digit Quiz Calculator offers multiplication table quiz function and flash card function to help children learn math skills. Drill functions include addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Other functions include sign change, square root, pi and percent. Dual power source includes solar and battery. Calculator features an extra large (14.0mm) liquid crystal display (LCD) and weighs 2.2 oz.

Functions:
• Addition
• Division
• Subtraction
• Multiplication
• Sign Change
• Square Root
• Pi
• Percent
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