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I am hoping someone can give me some advice on a good calculator for my Calculus class. I am currently using my trusty TI-83+ as my go to device, but my instructor will not let us use any graphing utilities on the test.

I have an old TI-30Xa Scientific Calculator, but it really isn't very user friendly when it comes to storing variables and memory recall. I have gotten into the habit of storing my x value, and then just typing the function.

Any advice on a good calculator that can act more like my 83, yet not have graphing capabilities, would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Mac

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# Calculators Good non-graphing calculator

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