Which graphic calculator should I get for A-Level Maths/Further Maths Watch

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I'm doing A-level maths and am sticking with my trusty Casio calculator from GCSE (the scientific ones). No need to get a graphic one
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you need the grey version of the one you use at gcse, idk its name but its silver/grey. they cost £18 i think
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I brought a graphic calculator suggested by my sixth form college for £58 but I would entirely suggest it to anyone looking at the amount of work it does for you. The Casio fx-9750Gll is great at AS level because you will just be creating more work for yourself with a scientific one.
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How much do they usually go for
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How much do they usually go for
85 pound i bought in on tuesday.

The things you can do with £85 and i spent it on a calculator :bawling:
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85 pound i bought in on tuesday.

The things you can do with £85 and i spent it on a calculator :bawling:
That £85 will save you a **** ton of marks in the exam though...
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That £85 will save you a **** ton of marks in the exam though...
How so?
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That £85 will save you a **** ton of marks in the exam though...
i hope so
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I'm doing A-level maths and am sticking with my trusty Casio calculator from GCSE (the scientific ones). No need to get a graphic one
Im sure you need a graphic calculator for FP2 and it helps in S2
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Ho so?
Graphical calculators can sketch graphs, find intersections, integrate to find areas under curves and many more things. All of these things you'll need to be able to do.

Oh, it can also do the whole S1 exam for you...
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Graphical calculators can sketch graphs, find intersections, integrate to find areas under curves and many more things. All of these things you'll need to be able to do.

Oh, it can also do the whole S1 exam for you...
thanks im deffo buying one now
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Guys I have casio fx-85es is this okay for maths a level?
Yes, it has everything you need though I'd be tempted to upgrade to the fx 991 ES plus.
It has several extra features that are helpful for checking answers.


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