Casio(R) FX-9750GPlus Graphing Calculator
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Item #: CSOFX9750G. FX9750GPlus Graphing Calculator Display Characters x Lines21 x 8 Display NotationGraphic Storage Memory32K Levels of Parentheses26 Graphs, Business Graphs, Rectangular Functions Graphs, Polar Equations Graphs, Parametric Equations Graphs, Differential Equations Interactive Zoom Programming Steps/StorageMemory Limits Programming Subroutines Confidence Interval Calculating Hyperbolic Functions Trig/Log Functions Base: Binary/Oct./Dec./Hex. Logical (Boolean) Operations Simultaneous Equations Calculus Operations Matrices55 x 55 Complex Numbers Polynomial (Quadratic) Equations Time-Value-of-Money Cash Flows Amortization Interest Rate Conversion Markup/Down Equation Editor Direct Algebraic Logic Equation "Play Back" Simple Scientific Functions One/Two Variable Statistics Size3-3/4w x 6-7/8d Replacement Batteries4 AAA (sold separately) I/O Port Portable calculator with large LCD dual screen display. Shows two graphs on the same display. Includes operating batteries and protective hard case. Customers also search for: AAA Batteries;Calculator;Calculators;CASIO;Dual Screen;FX9750GPlus;Graphing;Handheld;Portable
- Amazon Sales Rank: #1479 in Office Product
- Color: WHITE
- Brand: Casio
- Model: FX-9750GPLUS
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 1.48 pounds
- Graphing calculator with large screen for quickly and accurately performing calculations
- 21-charachter by 8-line screen
- Icon-driven menu with corresponding function buttons
- Allowed on all major exams
- Protective hard case
From the Manufacturer
The Casio(R) FX-9750GPlus Graphing Calculator is an intelligently designed graphing calculator that features a 21-character by 8-line display with dual screen capability, an on-screen, icon-driven menu accessed by easy-to-use function keys and a protective hard shell cover. This handy calculator is allowed on all major exams such as the SAT and ACT and features a communications port for linking to a computer, another FX-9750GPlus or Casio Data Analyzer.
What's in the Box
Casio FX-9750GPlus Graphing Calculator and protective hard case.
Great sometimes, others...
The Casio fx-9750G PLUS is a great calculator for some things, terrible for others. Doing polynomial equations is simple, expecially when compared to a Texas Instruments' version. On the other hand, I have yet to figure out how to do a standard deviation. Keep in mind that if you're in high school, your course is almost definitely using a Texas - I can't tell you how many nights I've spent poring over the manual figuring out how to do the simplest of operations, while those with Texas Instruments know how to do it in a matter of minutes. If you're using it outside a formal math course in a situation that doesn't require too many complicated operations, it's a great calculator - I highly recommend. But if you're Pre-Calc or up, do yourself a favor and go grab a Texas.
Better than the TI
I am a math teacher at a new private Bronx high school, and compared the TI-83 with the Casio in numerous regards before deciding which one our school would use. Hands down, the Casio wins, and it is cheaper as well. Note - I do not work for Casio or TI.
A) The calculator is more user friendly. The options are menu driven in a more intuitive way. What took me a minute or two to locate and figure out out the TI, took less than half the time on the Casio. Don't trust me- see for yourself.
B) The Casio is slightly faster than the TI
C)Features: The casio adds a dynamic graphing system (lets you change a coefficient and watch the graph change), which is very useful when teaching. I also like the EQUA feature, which lets my students calculate 2/3 equations, 2/3 unknowns, and solve quadratic or polynomial equations. Maybe the TI does this too, but I couln't figure it out.
D) The color thing I suppose is nice, but I use the CFX-9750, which is black and white and cheaper.
The only downside is that most colleges use the TI's, unfortunately. I liken it to most places using Microsoft when there are better alternatives out there (monopoly power). Anyway, a student who uses the Casio can do anything the TI-83 can do.
I'm a big fan, and my students seem to like it.
Great calculator (I'm a teacher and an engineer)
This calculator is as good or better than my TI 83 plus for much less money. Full price this calculator is only 49.99. I found for even less elsewhere. The graphical icon menu makes it very user friendly without having to study the thick manual.