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    I was reading on the Edexcel page that no "symbolic differentiation or integration" features are allowed however I am not sure if from this I am to understand that if I have an equation:
    "e^x + 2x +3x^2" I am allowed a calculator which can evaluate my integral given certain limits
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    (Original post by Gouber)
    I was reading on the Edexcel page that no "symbolic differentiation or integration" features are allowed however I am not sure if from this I am to understand that if I have an equation:
    "e^x + 2x +3x^2" I am allowed a calculator which can evaluate my integral given certain limits
    Yes, certainly.
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    So would the TI30XS be allowed?
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    (Original post by Gouber)
    So would the TI30XS be allowed?
    Probably. Can it only do numerical things and not symbolic stuff? If so, then yes.
 
 
 
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