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# Are calculators with definite integration allowed? (Edexcel) Watch

1. 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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3. (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.
4. So would the TI30XS be allowed?
5. (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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