- Check if the calculator is a normal calculator or a scientific calculator.
- Verify that all the buttons are present and text written on them is readable.
- Check the arithmetic operations are working fine- +, -, /, * etc.
- Verify that BODMAS is applied in case of complex queries and the correct result is returned.
- Verify that the calculator gives the correct result in case of operations containing decimal numbers.
- Check if the calculator is battery operated or works on solar power.
- Verify the outer body material of the calculator.
- Verify the spacing between the two buttons, the buttons should not be too closely placed.
- Check the pressure required to press a button, the pressure required should not be too high.
- Verify the number of digits allowed to enter in the calculator for any operation.
- Verify the limit of the response value.
- Verify the functioning of memory functions.
- Check if the calculator allows navigating through previous calculations.
- Verify that hitting ‘C’ cancels any digits or operation added.
- Verify the working of the ON-OFF button in the calculator.
- Check if keeping the calculator unused for a certain period of time, turns it off automatically.
- Verify that on pressing two operators one after the other, the latest one will override the previous operator.
- Verify the state of the calculator when two buttons are pressed simultaneously.
- Verify if the user can delete digits one by one using the backspace key.

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