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    I'm currently doing statistics and financial management modules at university, and have been told that my calculator (TI-84+) is not accepted during exams, since it is programmable.

    Basically, I am looking for a calculator which matches, or comes near to the TI's capabilities, however being non-programmable.

    Does anyone know or can suggest what you think is the best such calculator?

    I have come across the Casio fx-115ES/991ES and the Sharp EL506WB, but they both seem to lack quite a bit with regard to the financial functions.

    Any suggestions?
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Updated: February 14, 2010
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