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AP Test: Very important

  1. May 6, 2008 #1
    Alright, so I'm about to take the AP Calculus AB Test (the College Board one, of course), but I have a question:

    Am I allowed to have any Calculus applications on my calculator? (My calculator is a TI-84 Silver Edition Plus, and it is approved.) I have a Calculus application that can do several things such as rotational volume, Euler's method, etc. I know I can't have any programs because you can store text, but I wanted to know about applications.

    From the College Board site:
    The application was not built in, but I'm assuming it does some of the things that calculators with extensive built-in features do.
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  3. May 6, 2008 #2
    Seems pretty clear to me. You can bring anything to the test but can take nothing out.
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