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TI-36X Pro Scientific Calculator

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  • Ideal for curricula in which graphing technology may not be permitted.
  • MultiView™ display shows multiple calculations at the same time on screen.
  • MathPrint™ shows math expressions, symbols and stacked fractions as they appear in textbooks
  • Ideal for high school through college: Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Statistics, Calculus, Biology, etc.
  • Convert fractions, decimals and terms including Pi into alternate representations.
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  • Product Dimensions: 9.7 x 6.5 x 1.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B004NBZB2Y
  • Item model number: 36PRO/TBL/1L1
  • Batteries 4 AAA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (532 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 4, 2004

Product Description

Advanced, four-line scientific calculator, with higher-level math and science functionality, that is ideal for computer science and engineering courses in which graphing technology may not be permitted.

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Very easy to use.
Sara Molina
It is able to do derivatives, integrals, vectors, 3x3 matrices, statistics, regression, probabilities, conversions, and it has a solver!
Caitlin sally
I would highly recommend it to any college student.
Ben H

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160 of 168 people found the following review helpful By Edom on May 20, 2011
Compared it to casio 115es and the sharp 516w (both are top-of-the-line, non-graphing, non-programmable, scientific calculators). This thing blows them away. It is much easier to use. It doesn't need specials modes for matricies and complex numbers, and does them on the same stack (just like CAS calculators). The operation history is implemented just like on ti-89/92. Go up and grab any number from history, and use it in any calculation, by simply going up to it, and hitting "enter" (it's easier than copy and paste). They finally fixed the "*10^" problem and replaced with the standard "E" button (which takes priority over all other operations). It's as if they listened to all of my complaints about the ti30xpro and fixed them all and made the ti36xpro. All the extra features (solver, matrix, statistics, formula table, integrals, derivatives) are extremely intuitive, and I literally never needed the manual to use them.

Another AMAZING thing (because we're on AMAZon.com), is that after you solve for things in the solver, or you do the linear fit on your statistical data (as an example). The calculator actually saves the variables from their respective solvers into the variables. So after you've solved for things, all your solutions are in the variables. IE, you solved for t in the solver => go back to stack, and the variable t will have THE number in it. Calculator also remembers the history and the variables when turned off. It's intuitive and simple.

My only gripe is that when editing it defaults to the "replace" method, instead of "insert". I usually need to insert things when redoing calculations, not replace things. It's an extra keystroke, it's a minor gripe in comparison to how much easier it is to use than the competition on all other counts.
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100 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Gearhead Mania TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 24, 2011
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TI-36X Pro calculator (A non-graphing scientific calculator)

I originally reviewed a TI-30XS Multi-View and a Casio FX-115ES when I took the Professional Engineer exam because they were the only ones available at the time that I could use without too much difficulty. I took 3-4 months before the exam to familiarize myself with the calculator before I took the actual exam. I felt the Casio FX-115ES was far superior, although the TI-30XS MV had a much cleaner interface and a sensible layout. But the FX-115ES was very easy to use once you got used to the menu/layout as Casio hasn't changed its scientific calculators very much over the years. Many of the features I favored in the FX-115ES were not available in the TI-30XS MV such as complex numbers and handling matrices, and even working with different base numbers.

The TI-36X Pro seems to have resolved many, if not all, of the TI-30XS MV shortcomings. Had the 36X Pro been available in late 2008, I would have most likely used it for the exam along with my FX-115ES as a backup calculator. The 36X Pro interface/layout is similar to the TI-30XS MV which makes it easy to use.

The answers default in approximations (decimals) versus exact numbers (fractions) with the FX-115ES. This makes it easier for engineers since I always had to press the convert key on the FX-115ES.

The TI-36X Pro treats complex numbers the same way as the FX-115ES, just make sure to set it in the Complex mode for polar or rectangular values.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Lking88 on June 26, 2011
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This calculator is allowed in the testing room for engineering and surveying exams and can be used in classes that ban graphing calculators. The most useful function for me is that it saves and displays previous entries just like a typical graphing calculator. It also has an exact mode that shows entries with stacked fractions, parentheses, powers, roots, etc. just like a TI-89 and TI-92 and requires the push of one button to toggle between the exact and approximate answer.

I bought this directly from Amazon; shipped fast in new condition.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By C. Locheiven on August 8, 2011
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I own a lot of calculators. I love my new N-spireCX, and I have a regular N-spire, 84, 83, 85, 89, 30 and some that would be considered even more antique. Without a doubt, unless you need a grapher, this is the one to get. It does everything but graph that the graphers do, from what I can tell by playing with this calculator. It also has pretty print and returns exact answers (including roots and fractions and pi). It will do calculations with i but will not evaluate negative square roots. It calculates with vectors, matrices, data analysis, and regressions. It is one powerful little calculator, and only a few dollars more than the 30x multiview. Toggling between exact answers and decimals is a one button operation, as opposed to math enter enter on the 83 and 84. Really a good purchase for HS mathematics classes. I will be recommending it to students this year as an alternative to a grapher if they cannot afford one.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Mark from DC on July 7, 2013
TI-36X Pro Review: 3 out of 5
Price paid: $19.99

The TI-36X Pro is one of 4 calculators I recently purchased after the untimely demise of my TI-35X. In addition to the TI-36X Pro I bought a Sharp EL-506X, Casio fx-115ES PLUS, and HP-35s. These models represent the latest technology from the industry leaders. While each has its peculiarities they all (except for the HP) exemplify the dramatic change the industry has undergone in the past 10 years. The HP-35s, in contrast, is a throwback to the classic RPN calculators of the 80s.

In short, the TI-36X Pro is not for me as a working professional. It does however offer a lot for students. I rated the product 3 out of 5 stars because it does not meet my needs. Read on for details.

For students:

Students need a good scientific calculator to serve as both a learning tool and an exam taking tool. The TI-36X Pro is packed with features that make it effective for both. I've highlighted some examples below that may be particularly useful to students.

Direct algebraic entry - Allows students to enter equations the way they're written. This is not as efficient as RPN but works nicely with the dot matrix display.

Scrolling history - Use scroll keys to move your cursor to access previously entered expressions and results. This makes equation editing and generating new results quick and easy.

Equation solvers - Solvers are provided for numeric, polynomial (2nd and 3rd order), and systems of linear equations (2x2 and 3x3).

Expression evaluator - Enter an expression using numbers, functions, and variables, then evaluate the expression to get a numeric result.

Statistics - A rich set of functions is provided.
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