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Ive got tht calc if you want to draw a mod graph go to grph (5) press optn then num (f5) then abs (f1) then a bracket then whatever u want mod-ing

It depends on the module. In my maths pure modules, I could only use a graphic on Pure 1 and 3, on 2, 4, 5 and 6, only scientific calculators were allowed. However, I think you can use them on all other modules though (stats, mechanics and discrete) at least for my exam board (AQA Maths A).

graphical calc saved my ass in p2

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