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Changing batteries and life span

Hi Mate,

I have been use my texas BA 11 plus calculator since 2005. I am gona write CFA this week.What is the life span of the battery? Also, do i need to change/renew with fresh batteries. Which batteries do they use..give me the details.im in Mauritius and will need to find them..pls kindly update me urgently.
Many thank,
Sheilesh( sheilesh_rambocus@yahoo.com

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It's written in the back of the calculator, mate ! A TI BA ii Plus uses a CR2032 battery, which is 3V, 60 micro A.
Just go to the shop and give them the battery model.

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