Casio FX-9750GII Graphing Calculator, Icon Based Menu
|MSRP : $99.99|
Sale : $42.74
|Sold & shipped by Walmart|
- Product Description
- Additional Information
- Graph rectangular, polar and parametric functions and inequalities, graphical analysis, streamlined solving for intercepts, intersections, etc.
- Capable of graphing x= relations
- Built-in graphing of conic sections
- Easily calculate values for given independent/dependent values
- Create tables of values from given functions and generate plots and graphs from tables
- Capture, clip & paste capabilities
- Interactive Equation Solver
- Prior Entry Recall
- Not a Computer Algebra System (CAS) calculator
Why Pay More
As a mathematics teacher who has used TI model calculators for many years, I found Casio calculators to be inadequate until this model (GII) was introduced last year. This calculator has all the features of the TI models that students need to use, it's easier to use, and what's best, it's only a fraction of the cost of the TI models. I strongly recommend this model over the TI models...you won't be disappointed.
Why Pay More
Half the price of the TI83/84 with all the same functions you can count me in. I am taking online trig and have to say this calculator is a lifesaver. Now the functions are different so keep you manual close. But even with the TI models you still need to keep you manual close anyways.
Bought this for my daughter, who is taking pre-calculus. After she learned the ins and outs, it's working well.
tough to figure out
Purchased for my daughter for her classes. She was very frustrated with this for a while, took her several weeks to figure out how to use comparing to a different model the school supplied. The book it came with is a must read and must keep with at all time to use calculator properly. Now she has the hang of it, it is ok. Product is so much cheaper than other models that do same functions, so its worth it.
Better than a TI and inexpensive too!
It took me a couple days to get use to using this Casio. I have been using Texas Instruments all my life, but this semester I was required to have a TI graphing calculator and I could not afford it, so I did a little research and found that the Casio graphing calculator was supposed to be just as good. I am definitely impressed, great value and very easy to use and switch between the different modes. I love it!