A game in which players take turns to add a single-digit number to what is already in the calculator. The winner is the player who makes the display show 30.

How old is a person if when her age is divided by certain numbers, the calculator display ending are as shown.

Find out which of the calculator keys is faulty from the given information. A mathematical puzzle requiring good problem solving strategies.

An activity involving a broken calculator which is missing the four button. Can you evaluate the given expressions without using the four?

Divide one whole number by another on your calculator. If the answer has one digit repeated but no other digits you have a Noodlewhack.

Use your calculator to find which whole number divided by another whole number gives a recurring decimal.

An activity involving a calculator which is missing the six button. Can you evaluate the given expressions without using the six?

Beginning with 100 on your calculator, what is the largest and smallest totals you can end up with after travelling through each of the possible routes.

A visual aid calculator for projection onto a whiteboard or use in remote teaching.

A self marking exercise testing the application of BIDMAS, an acronym describing the order of operations used when evaluating expressions.

Some of the buttons are missing from this calculator. Can you make the totals from 1 to 20?

Turn your calculator upside down to make words out of the answers to these questions.

An animated guide to using a scientific calculator for Secondary and High School students.

A customised online calculator for quickly finding the solutions to compound interest problems.

Find the consective numbers that are added or multiplied to give the given totals

This calculator is designed to find all of the angles for a given trigonometric ratio and show them on a graph.

A customised online calculator for quickly finding areas under the normal distribution curve.

The six button has dropped off! How could these calculations be done using this calculator?

Use just six keys on your calculator to make a given total. How many different ways can it be done?

Learn a skill a day for 20 days in order to get the most out of this graphic display calculator.

Provide and three measurements for a triangle and this application will work out the remaining sides, angles and area.

Questions to test your ability to use a basic calculator, scientific calculator and a graphic display calculator.

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