Zusammenfassung: For the same price as a TI-84, you can get the N-Spire CX. This calculator is AWSOME. It's got algebraic abilities with the nSolve feature (YES - even the CX non CAS variant can do nSolve!) and produces really great graphs really quickly. Love it!
Zusammenfassung: They sent it to me with a ti-84 keypad so until I spent another $18 on the new keypad it only had the functions of a ti-84 which I could have payed significantly less for if that was what I wanted. This was not mentioned at all in the description.
For highschool and lower level undergrad students only
David Williams, Amazon
2 Juni 2014
Zusammenfassung: I'm totally unimpressed with this calculator. It's not particularly intuitive and entirely geared towards students, not professionals. Plus: - Large, easy-to-read display. - Easy to access functions from menu. - Quick. Solves linear combinations about 5 times faster than my TI84.
Zusammenfassung: The TI CX CAS is the top of the line model calculator for students and can be used in a professional environment. Pros: -Allowed on the PSAT, SAT, and AP's that allow graphing calculators -Notes can contain graphs, shapes, equations, and general text, and can be saved on the calculator -Rechargable...
Zusammenfassung: I'm old enough that I went through high school with a slide rule hanging from my belt. My first calculator cost me $78 and would add subtract, multiply, divide, do squares, square roots and handle exponential notation. No memory, no trig and it ate up a set of alkaline batteries in two days.
Zusammenfassung: Bought this to replace a Ti-89 Titanium that I used in high school. I would highly recommend buying this model over the CX For its CAS software as it makes solving for variables and checking over yourself much easier in college algebra and then some.
Zusammenfassung: It was the best I could find at a low price( I got a used one).At first I was doubtful about how to use it but after I actually started using it, I found it to be quite simple, magnificent and awesome.