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Texas Instruments TI-73 Graphing Calculator
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- Ideal for Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Statistics and Physical Science.
- Permitted and/or recommended for use on SAT, PSAT/NMSQT and AP exams.
- Flash technology for upgrading and loading future applications
- Graphing calculator for students in middle grades
- Large display screen
- Easy-to-use keyboard
- Stacked fractions
- Upgradable with flash software to keep up with changing curriculum
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Graphing calculator designed especially for grades 6-8. The TI-73 Explorer provides a larger screen alternative for teachers who feel limited by the two-line display of other fraction and scientific models.
The Texas Instruments TI73 graphing calculator is designed for middle-grade students. It has a large screen to help students see patterns and analyze data. It features stacked fractions and data analysis functions that allow students to easily view and edit numeric and alphanumeric data in the list editor. They will be able to plot data in statistics plots including pie charts, pictographs, bar charts, scatter plots, histograms, and more.
This calculator is upgradable, allowing classrooms to keep up with changing curriculum for long-term value. Students and teachers can also download software from the Texas Instruments Web site.
The 64 x 96 screen allows students to explore data, simultaneously see entries and results, and visualize patterns. The TI73 has 32 KB of RAM with 25 KB available for the user and 64 KB for application space.
This calculator is made especially durable with an impact-resistant slide case. It comes with a unit-to-unit link cable, a manual, and a one-year limited warranty.
Top Customer Reviews
I had an 83 from 6th grade until my first year of college, when I dropped and broke it. Upgraded to an 89...it helped me out a few times on projects when I didn't feel like calculating out long integrals or derivatives by hand, but didn't help me out on any tests or anything, if that's what you're looking for (most college exams are taken sans calculator - I majored in math).
If your student is at middle school age, I would advise getting the 83 for: 1) increased functionality over the 73, 2) less complicated interface than the 89, 3) most universally used, 4) interesting (but not overly complicated) programming interface, if the student might be into that. I used to program small applications on my 83 in middle school, but when I bought the 89 in college I never took the time to relearn the interface.
Probably best to buy a TI-83 now, and if desired upgrade to the 89 when you hit college, or just stick with the 83 (like most of your fellow students will)