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Texas Instruments TI-34 II

Texas Instruments TI-34 II
Image: Mark Bollman, used with permission

The Texas Instruments TI-34 II is a scientific calculator with 10 digits precision and algebraic logic. It has 44 keys, and an LCD (liquid crystal) display. The power source is CR2025 3V. The calculator was manufactured in China.

Facts at a glance:

FeatureValue
TypeScientific
Keys44
Precision10
LogicAlgebraic
Display typeLCD
Length155mm
Width81mm
Thickness15mm
Power SourceCR2025 3V
CountryChina
Year introduced1999
Year discontinued2004

Replacements:

If you have a Texas Instruments TI-34 II that is no longer working, you can first try replacing the CR2025 3V battery. If that doesn't solve the problem, then you can consider replacing the calculator with a modern equivalent. We suggest the following current models as possible replacements:

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