Today I’m going to be reviewing some of the best graphing calculators. After doing research I found these graphing calculators that are truly the best on the market right now.
Texas Instruments ti-84+
It can be used through all levels of applied math coursework and beyond for financial and engineering perfect it’s a no brainer it has USB connectivity and file share with other calculators connects to any PC comes with 12 preloaded apps and has a split screen graphing capability it functions quickly and offers memory space though we do wish it had a 3d graphing capability.
Casio FX – 9750G
Budget-friendly graphing calculator hunters rejoice the Casio 9750G is one of the best ones you can find under $50 we love how easy it is to use and unlike TI manuals that offer little help the Casio is simple to follow and apply it gets huge points for having USB connectivity that allows file sharing and having a high res LCD display but as strong as aspect high-speed CPU that makes it an ideal companion at Tesco.
Casio Ti 89 Titanium
If you’re in a secondary school or college you will benefit greatly from this Casio ti 89 titanium programmable graphing calculator what we like about the ti 89 titanium graphing calculator is that it has an icon desktop that makes it easy to access apps 16 come preload it’s upgradable and programmable it also gives users the ability to create folders which is useful if you need this for more than one purpose for us it’s a little too smart but we definitely see it as an invaluable tool for high level applied math and beyond our only complaint is that the screen is a little dark but we still say it’s a smart investment.