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    Your Calculator

    I was just curious as to what kind of calculators the rest of you have.

    I currently have a TI-89 Titanium and a TI-84+ Silver Edition.
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    I have had my TI-83plus for about eight years now.

    ...wow i didn't realize it has been so long! I feel old now hahaha
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    I have the 89 titanium. Before the 89 I had the 86 and the 83+. I liked the regular 89 more than the titanium edition.
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    Casio fx570MS -> TI 89 Titanium
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    I have the TI-84 normal edition, TI-89 normal edition and the TI-nSpire.
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    Ti-82 STATS
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    I own a TI-82 but almost don't use it. I use it only for some physics problems but all my maths courses must be done without any calculator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshHJ View Post
    I was just curious as to what kind of calculators the rest of you have.

    I currently have a TI-89 Titanium and a TI-84+ Silver Edition.
    Scientific Calculator: Casio FX-991ES
    Graphical Calculator: Casio FX-9860G Slim

    I use the Scientific Calculator for everytime I need to use a calculator. It's very handy and can be used by anyone. I haven't used the Graphical Calculator much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Air View Post
    Scientific Calculator: Casio FX-991ES
    Graphical Calculator: Casio FX-9860G Slim

    I use the Scientific Calculator for everytime I need to use a calculator. It's very handy and can be used by anyone. I haven't used the Graphical Calculator much.
    I have the Casio FX-85ES.

    It does what I need a calculator for
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    Quote Originally Posted by e^(i*pi) View Post
    I have the Casio FX-85ES.

    It does what I need a calculator for
    Yes, that's one that is allowed in the final exams. My one (Casio FX-991ES) can be used for general studies but I have to use Casio FX-85ES when doing exams.

    I had bought the Casio FX-991ES a few years ago and thus have this calculator along with the Casio FX-85ES.
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    I have 991ES, 991MS, 82ES (casio)
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    HP-50G, TI-89 Titanium, HP-41CV, HP-41CX, and a whole bunch of antiques.
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    I own a TI-86 and love it. It's such a shame it was discontinued.
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    I think casio 991ES will be enough for maths students. I know for higher levels graphers will be preferred!!!
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    HP48G but I really miss my old HP41CV
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