Device repair and troubleshooting for the TI-30Xa scientific calculator.
== Background and Identification == The TI-30Xa is a basic, battery-operated scientific calculator with one-line display and general math and science functionality. It was first released in 1994, and a second model with the same name was released in 1996. The 1994 model added a constant key to the calculator, and the 1996 model kept the same functionality with a more modern design. As of 2018, the TI-30 is accepted for use on the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test), ACT (American College Test), and AP (Advanced Placement) standardized tests. This calculator is manufactured by Texas Instruments, a technology company based in Dallas, Texas in the United States. The company manufactures semiconductors, integrated circuits, and processors as well as calculators and other products. Although the original TI-30 stopped being produced in 1983, Texas Instruments still uses the TI-30 name to designate their low to mid-range scientific calculators. The capabilities of the TI-30Xa include fractions, one-variable statistics, and conversions, as well as basic scientific and trigonometric functions. The TI-30Xa is best used for general math and science as well as pre-algebra, and algebra I and II. This calculator is easily identifiable. Above the one-line display, the logo TI-30XA is printed in gold, along with the Texas Instruments logo. == Technical Specifications == Dimensions: 5.9" x 3.0" x 0.50" Weight: 2.9 ounces Battery: Two LR44 batteries == Additional Information == [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TI-30|TI-30 Series - Wikipedia] [http://www.datamath.org/Sci/Modern/TI-30XA_2.htm|TI-30Xa - Calculator Museum] [https://sciencing.com/use-tixa-5157953.html|How to Use a TI-30XA - Sciencing]
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