Furthermore, the fx-92B Secondaire can do Algorithms:

But going back to Math Box, this is on most of them and gives options of Dice Roll and Coin Toss. You can choose 1,2 or 3 dice or coins and up to 250 attempts. It tabulates results and also gives an animated screen as it rolls the dice or tosses the coins. Don't know why they didn't include this on the fx8200 AU, as it is on almost all the emulators.

The fx-92B Secondaire version of Math Box is even better because that one also gives options of Number Line and Circle too:

But going back to Math Box, this is on most of them and gives options of Dice Roll and Coin Toss. You can choose 1,2 or 3 dice or coins and up to 250 attempts. It tabulates results and also gives an animated screen as it rolls the dice or tosses the coins. Don't know why they didn't include this on the fx8200 AU, as it is on almost all the emulators.

The fx-92B Secondaire version of Math Box is even better because that one also gives options of Number Line and Circle too:

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