Texas Instruments TI84 Plus CE
Familiar TI-84 plus functionality in a sleek new design that features a crisp color screen. The TI-84 plus CE makes comprehension of math and science topics quicker and easier. Built-in MathPrint feature enables students to enter and view math symbols, formulas and stacked fractions as they appear in textbooks. Includes a TI rechargeable battery. Ideal for middle school through college. The Texas Instruments TI84 Plus CE remains a top choice for students and professionals alike.
Features and Benefits:
- 15 colors for function Graphing
- Real and complex Numbers calculated to 14-digit accuracy and displayed with 10 Digits plus a 2-digit exponent
- Sequence Graphing mode shows time Series plot, cobweb/stair-step plot and phase plots
- 17 interactive zoom features
- 8 different graph styles for differentiating the look of each graph drawn
Approved for Exams
The TI-84 Plus CE is approved for use on the following exams:
> PSAT*, SAT*, and ACT* college entrance exams.
> AP* Exams that allow or require a graphing calculator.
> Approved for use on the IB exam.
My daughter’s math teacher recommends buying the ti-84 plus graphing calculator. Will this ti-84 plus ce graphing calculator will do same?
The calculator is NOT the same – it is SO MUCH BETTER. If you are familiar with the TI-84 family of calculators then you will be right at home with this one. But here’s where it shines. If you use any of the statistics functions this model has a stat wizard which shows you the fields that need to be filled and then pastes your entries into the appropriate location in the function. For example, when you select tcdf( a screen appears with lines for lower:, upper:, and df:. After entering those values, say, 1, 2, 5 you select “PASTE” and what then appears is tcdf(1,2,5). Press “ENTER” and you get the value .1306… If you are not familiar with statistics, that’s okay, just know that this avoids having to look up the syntax for the function in the users guide. The calculator also has the option for mathprint, which presents fractions and radicals in a way that is visually more appealing. I used a TI-84 Plus for years, and when some of the keys started to get a little sticky I decided to try the new model. As much as I loved my old TI-84 Plus, the CE version is just great. The extra cost is well worth it