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    Question Anything other than TI?

    I am in the market for a new graphing calculator, but would hate to pay $100 for the TI-83 plus which hasnít changed in years. Would anyone else like to see another brand, like HP or Sharp, come out with a similar, more affordable graphing calculator??
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    Download GeoGebra on your pc and who needs calculators?
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    I agree, but they don't let me use my computer in class!
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    Bah. When I was at school, they wouldn't let us use calculators. Slide rules were okay. In certain contexts.
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    Is there any graphing calculator that you recommend??
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    Sorry pal. I know nothing about graphing calculators. Apologies for cluttering the post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMM1212 View Post
    I am in the market for a new graphing calculator, but would hate to pay $100 for the TI-83 plus which hasnít changed in years. Would anyone else like to see another brand, like HP or Sharp, come out with a similar, more affordable graphing calculator??
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