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rohanprabhu

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i have decided to buy a good TI calculator. The cost isn't really a factor.. since almost all of their calculators come under 349 USD.

My area of work is mostly

And since i already have Mathematica with me and do most of my stuff with that.. the only reason i want a calculator is for portability [a laptop is going to cost a lot more :P].. so the smaller the better.

Also.. is there any calculator which has some specific set of functions for chemistry based applications?

so.. please drop in any suggestions if u have. thanks a lot :D

My area of work is mostly

**calculus-based physics**and**analytical geometry**[coordinate geometry]. In mathematics, i'd also be needing features for basic basic statistics and probability computation.**Advanced algebraic support**and**data visualization**is a must in addition to**vector algebra**and**vector calculus**. From what I saw at their site, one of the**Graphing calculators**would be a good option with me, because I deal with a lot of function plots and data visualization. And since programming is one of my hobbies, I'd also need a**programmable calculator**which can be programmed with the TIGCC library.And since i already have Mathematica with me and do most of my stuff with that.. the only reason i want a calculator is for portability [a laptop is going to cost a lot more :P].. so the smaller the better.

Also.. is there any calculator which has some specific set of functions for chemistry based applications?

so.. please drop in any suggestions if u have. thanks a lot :D

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