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    Is there a scientific calculator that can....

    solve derivatives and integrals symbolically similar to the functions of the TI-89? I've been trying to find one that isn't a graphing calculator in particular.
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    Because you have a test in which graphic calculators are not allowed ?
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    haha I plea the 5th. Seeing as i honestly dont need a graphing function and that theres no rules as to what the scientific calculator can or cant do I dont see it as dishonest at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eastinr View Post
    haha I plea the 5th. Seeing as i honestly dont need a graphing function and that theres no rules as to what the scientific calculator can or cant do I dont see it as dishonest at all
    You will need to read the regulations more carefully, if graphing calculators are prohibited then CAS calculators will be even more prohibited.

    The HP28C might meet your requirement if you can find one (it does graph, but the screen height is so small mey-be no one will notice)

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    Don't cheat bro, you'll only be cheating yourself!
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