I'm about to buy a graphing calculator, and I don't know whether to get the Texas Instruments TI-84 (Silver Edition), or the Casio CFX9850GC+ (which has the added frivolity of a colour screen).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I can't get the TI-89, because it has algebra software built in, and so I'm not allowed to use it in an exam...

Your opinions, please?

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# Calculators Graphing Calculator: - TI84 vs Casio CFX9850GC+

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