
#1
Sep2908, 07:00 PM

P: 96

Something that will take me through AP Calc to the most crazy Physics or Math work that can be done....
I don't use a calculator as a crutch, but I would like something that I can fall back on for common equations or problems. If it simplifies radicals I will be overjoyed. 



#2
Sep2908, 07:22 PM

P: 107

1. HP 50G
2. TI89 3. Casio 9860G Go grab yourself the Casio model its so much cheaper than TI and HP brands. The above two are twice expensive, yet more complex to use for beginneers. http://edu.casio.com/products/graphic/fx9860g/ 



#3
Oct608, 10:50 PM

P: 96

What i I am asking is ... Ok I need a graphic calculator
Is it worth it to shell out the $$$ for TI89 now to future proof or get a TI83 and buy a TI89 if I need one.... 



#4
Oct708, 04:28 PM

P: 107

What is a good graphing calculator?TI83 overpriced, old and too slow. Casio vs TI Graphing Calculator Comparison: http://www.casioeducation.com/resour...comparison.pdf Try looking into this comparison chart as you can see the Casio 9860G outperforms the TI83 in every category, and almost neck to neck when compared to the TI89. If you wanted the Speed and the Performances of the TI89 but with the price tag less than the TI83 then go with the Casio model. It has a 15 MHZ CPU just like the TI89 so you know you're getting a powerful Graphing Calculator here. Casio FX9860G video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F11kohfvu9I 


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