I have a TI-84 plus, i love it to death, but since it's programmable, none of my classes allow me to use it.
I bought a cheap TI-30Xa and used it all of last semester, it doesn't work as well as I want it to though.
I'm looking for a non-programmable calculator that does most of what my ti-84 does (like trig functions, inverse trig functions, logs, all the higher math stuff) but that also has a way to go back through the calculator's history and copy equations back down (like, if I do 1+4, 2+4, then 3+4, I want to be able to scroll back up and copy the 1+4 I did before and be able to change it or calculate it again)
Any recommendations would be great, and an amazon link would be even better.
Thanks in advance.
Help Buying a Calculator Watch
- Thread Starter
- 30-01-2017 02:36
- Community Assistant
- 30-01-2017 13:21
I don't know whether you have used one before, but I personally use a couple Casio calculators, normally using the fx-83GT plus for basic stuff and just to save time with other things such as differentiation and integration etc., i use a fx-991ES plus, which still does the basic, but does a bitof the advanced stuff.
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