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Casio Graphing Calculator Online

Casio Graphing Calculator Online

Casio Graphing Calculator Online

Graphing calculator with over 300 functions. Simply type in the function you need and Casio will show you the outputs smoothly.

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I am a nerd and I recommend this calculator! Don't waste your money on TI-84. The TI-84 is so overpriced its absurd! The technology is 20 years old and they still market them at over 100$!! Ridiculous! If you are going to spend over $100 go for the TI N-spire. The N-spire is totally worth the $150 if you're doing some serious matrix math... But if you just need a graphing calculator for Algebra, Trig, Pre-Calc, Calc, Statistics, etc this calculator is more than enough! I can't wait to learn the statistics functions... As a chemistry major we use stats to evaluate confidence intervals and this has built in quick functions for that! You can also do matrix multiplication on it if you need to. It has so many different applications! Casio is the most fair on their pricing! I loved the fx-115Esplus too. That has been my hands-down go-to scientific calculator, it even evaluates integrals! So when I decided to get a more sophisticated calculator I went for Casio again, best price for this type of technology! (

Like other reviewers, we had concerns that textbooks and teachers only teach the TI. But after two stolen calculators, we took the chance. Some reviewers had complained of the skimpy manual. While I am certain that at some point reading the manual will be useful, the calculator is quite intuitive to use. I was able to graph polynomials, solve systems of equations, etc. all without reading the user manual. I then showed my daughter, who is taking Algebra II in high school, how to use those functions. Since then, when I asked her how she is doing with the calculator, her answer was that she could always find a Youtube video that showed her how to do what she needed. (Source: www.amazon.eg)

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Like other reviewers, we had concerns that textbooks and teachers only teach the TI. But after two stolen calculators, we took the chance. Some reviewers had complained of the skimpy manual. While I am certain that at some point reading the manual will be useful, the calculator is quite intuitive to use. I was able to graph polynomials, solve systems of equations, etc. all without reading the user manual. I then showed my daughter, who is taking Algebra II in high school, how to use those functions. Since then, when I asked her how she is doing with the calculator, her answer was that she could always find a Youtube video that showed her how to do what she needed. (Source: www.amazon.eg)

 

 

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