Casio fx-9750GII Graphing Calculator, White
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- Quick Pie Charts & Bar Graphs
- USB connectivity for file sharing
- High-resolution LCD display
- High-Speed 62KB RAM CPU
- Intuitive software design
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|Dimensions||6 inches x 1 inches x 4 inches||1.34 inches x 7.8 inches x 6.06 inches||3.5 inches x 7.2 inches x 1 inches||7.5 inches x 2.5 inches x 11 inches|
|Item Package Weight||1.3 pounds||0.84 pounds||1.2 pounds||1.05 pounds|
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Casio fx-9750GII Graphing Calculator
The fx-9750GII is ready-to-go right out of the package and comes packed with functionality: USB connectivity, abundant operating memory, and AP features come together to provide a powerful tool designed to support student success.
The fx-9750GII is designed to support a deeper understanding of mathematics in the following coursework: Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, AP Calculus, AP Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Finance & Business.
The Casio fx-9750GII graphing calculator is permitted for use on the PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, and ACT college entrance exams and AP tests.
Casio's user-oriented hardware design comes loaded with powerful classroom functionality you need in an intuitive, easy-to-use interface that is quick and simple for students to master.
The fx-9750GII features a high-resolution LCD display with enlarged dot-area technology that produces sharp, easy-to-see formulas, graphics, and statistical data representation to enhance student comprehension.
With the fx-9750GII's 62KB RAM, lengthy calculations, and complex graphics are produced with immediate ease. The accelerated processing speed results in accurate, swift calculations that support student success, especially at test time.
Getting connected is simple with the fx-9750GII's built-in USB functionality. Share data with your fx-9750GII to other calculators, connect with your PC (Program Link software sold separately), or display your screen via direct connection to a Casio projector.
Casio's intuitive software design facilitates a student's grasp of mathematical concepts by encouraging student engagement with mathematics rather than memorization of keys to effectively promote student success.
- Quick Pie Charts & Bar Graphs
- Built-in Conic Equations
- AP Statistics Features
- Simple One-Step Graph-solve Feature
- Graph x = f(y)
Some of the functionality you will find in the fx-9750GII includes:
- Icon-Based Menu System
- Dynamic Graph
- Dual Graph
- Inequality Graph
- Integration Graph
- Conic Section Graph
- Random Number Generation
- Pie Graph, Bar Graph
- X=f(y), X>f(y), or Constant
- Integral Graphs
- Depreciation Calculation
- List-based Statistics
- Advanced Statistics
- Financial Function
And much more.
What's in the Box
- User's Guide
- Protective Hard Case
- Unit-to-Unit Cable
- Four AAA Alkaline Batteries (non-rechargeable)
Top Customer Reviews
If by chance you ever do need the book, which is inevitable, you will see the biggest area where Casio has a leg up on Ti. The books that come with Ti calculators are notoriously useless and are of little to no help. The Casio documentation, on the other hand, is extremely helpful. Functions are easy to find and understand. The book is well organized with easy to follow examples. Casio could teach Ti a thing or two (or a thousand) about helpful documentation.
For [...] bucks, this calculator is amazing!
AN UPDATE: I have been using this calculator for quite a while now and there is a point in my review that needs correcting. There are NO functions or calculations that are slower on this calculator than on the Ti-84. This calculator is quite fast and efficient. If I were to lose my Ti-89, my Ti-Inspire, my Ti-84, and this calculator, THIS one would be the first I would replace.
Our daughter was one of two folks in the class without a TI calculator. We thought this would be a problem, as the complex functions she was required to do could be even more difficult if she had to spend time figuring out how to do each one (and not being able to ask the teacher for help).
She finished the year with an A in each of her four terms. She got an A+ on her mid-term and her final exams. By the second semester, her teacher had bought one of these suckers and was using it and recommending it to the department head. According to both of them, doing almost all of the functions is much simpler on the Casio.
Folks, I suck at math. I can't tell you the differences between the graphs on the two devices or anything like that. But I can tell you that this got my daughter through a tough-as-nails course, and did it with about a tenth of the frustration the TI folks in the class felt (and at about half the cost). There may be something the more expensive device can do that this one can't, but it never came up during my daughter's time in high school.
is a huge break through in reasonably priced calculators. For starters, it costs about 50.00. It is now a mathematical subset of their more powerful 9860 models, typically priced from 80.00 to 100.00. All kinds of data, from statistical to programs to matrices can be transferred among the various models. The output is identical.
The screen is highly readable in all kinds of lighting situations. The unit is a bit smaller and more compact, but the keys are
easily used. I actually prefer the size of this calculator to any of my other Casio and TI models- including the Casio Slim. There is a complete range of statistical tests, intervals, and regression models. The conics graphs have been expanded greatly. Using complex numbers is easily accomplished.
For short, this is the best buy I have ever seen in graphics calculators. If it's your first, you can't go wrong. If you already have one ( or several) get one of these. It is really fantastic!
Be sure to compare this calculator to the newest Casio- the Casio Prizm.
Prizm FX-CG10 Color Graphing Calculator (Black)
You may ultimately want to invest in both of these fine calculators!
So, I'll give you terms that went on in the classroom with the Texas Instruments that may be confusing to users of this calculator. This way you guys'll not be as behind as I was when I had to figure this stuff out by myself and with the book (which came in super helpful btw).
- When the teacher says "go to (press) Y= (Y equals)," what you really do is press the MENU button (it's grey and next to the big circle) then select GRAPH.
- If the graph doesn't seem to work at all, or the line seems really funky, First go to GRAPH and then press DRAW. After that you should press F3 (View Window aka how much you want the graph to be able to see) and then F1 to go back to the initial view window (where something will probably be). Use the arrow keys to move around until you get a good view of it.
- If you wanna see the entire picture because your calculator is zoomed in too much, first be in GRAPH mode and then DRAW. Then press F2 and choose AUTO. Note: this can sometimes be too much data to go through. Use the previous tip to set the window back to normal.
- If you need to find the roots, it's all in the simple touch of some buttons!! After you DRAW your graph, press F5 and then ROOT. This will tell you where the roots, and zeros are. THIS IS A FEATURE OVER THE TI-86, where in the TI-86 you must actually look through the graph/table!!
- If you need one of those "shading inequalities" graphed, simply go to the GRAPH setting. After that press F3, then F6 for more options, and then choose which one fits your problem.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Needed a basic graphing calculator without breaking the bank. This does the job and so much more. The pink color is a plus!!Published 16 hours ago by Roziitaah
I got this for my daughter who was taking a crazy summer math class. I'm so glad I did. She will be using it alot in the physics class this coming school year.Published 22 hours ago by Doloresprimavera
Works good. It does what I need it to do. But the Casio fx-9860GII is a better calculator in my opinion. It has the Natural Language Feature that I prefer to work with. Read morePublished 12 days ago by LearnMore
Bought this for my son's physics class. We looked a number of other graphing calculator's and decided to buy this one because the price was right and the reviews were positive. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Nick and Jeneen Clark
Works great and is a good buy although shipping was a little slowPublished 22 days ago by Eric Wraver
The product did not bring the USB cable , either the AAA Batteries, Manual de UsuarioPublished 26 days ago by Amazon Customer
All of my kids have this calculator instead of the TI. They say it is more user friendly. They also like the look and feel of this calculator compared to the TI. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Jennifer Harris