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I bought my kid one of those for school ( $180 bucks for a grade 9 calculator...)

Now I can say the purchase was justified!... ok maybe not
For $180 Just get him a netbook instead, you can load up all the software that can do math problems ...
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I have one of them for maths. Want!
    
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post #43 of 73
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so the only way to get your money's worth out of these stupid devices is to put games on them.
I guess because you never used the features it must be stupid.....

Take a college statistics class....you'll use them....I guarantee it.
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post #44 of 73
Oh the ghosting x_x

I wish my TI-84Plus could do this.
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Epic.


That is all...
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post #46 of 73
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For $180 Just get him a netbook instead, you can load up all the software that can do math problems ...
You can't bring a netbook to school and use them on state wide tests -_-
post #47 of 73
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You can't bring a netbook to school and use them on state wide tests -_-
you can't use nspires for most tests either.
    
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you can't use nspires for most tests either.
You can, but they go to every student and clear the calculators.
post #49 of 73
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I bought my kid one of those for school ( $180 bucks for a grade 9 calculator...)

Now I can say the purchase was justified!... ok maybe not
Wow...calculators are expensive these days...
I still remember when I needed an $95 TI-83 Silver when I was in 8th grade and I thought that was expensive...
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I got a TI nspire calc but i lost my data cable
should be a normal mini usb -> usb cable IIRC
 
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