Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Graphing Calculator
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- NEW packing does not contain user guide and CD.
- Graphing calculator handles calculus, engineering, trigonometric, and financial functions
- Can display graphs and tables on split screen to trace graph while scrolling through table values
- LCD screen features 64 x 96 pixel resolution for clear, readable display
- Built-in memory for storage and analysis of up to 10 matrices
- Backed by 1-year warranty
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|Dimensions||3.5 inches x 7.3 inches x 1 inches||1.34 inches x 7.8 inches x 6.06 inches||2 inches x 8.75 inches x 6 inches||2.6 inches x 8.5 inches x 4.7 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.6 pounds||0.84 pounds||0.5 pounds||0.45 pounds|
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The clear, readable display exhibits 12 characters and eight lines, in 64 x 96 pixels on an LCD screen. The TI-83 Plus has a pragmatic key layout and an easy-to-use graphing interface, with a simple programming language for creating conversion programs. The TI-83 Plus stores and analyzes up to 10 matrices combined with data storage in lists containing up to 999 elements per list. You can also solve equations interactively for different variables.
With the TI-83 Plus, you can view an equation, its graph, and the coordinates all at one time. Jump from point to point by entering a number. Several useful plot types are available, including scatter, box-and-whisker, XY-line, histogram, and normal probability plots. Advanced statistics and regression analysis, graphical analysis, and data analysis are readily accessed, along with features for calculus, engineering, financial, logarithm, trigonometry, and hyperbolic functions--all crucial tools for advanced analysis.
With its clear display and fast processing, the TI-83 Plus incorporates graphing tools for mathematics and science course work, including statistics and finance. Incredibly useful for college boards--PSAT/NMSQT, SAT I, SAT II, Math, IC, and IIC--the TI-83 is essential equipment for advanced placement courses in chemistry, physics, and calculus.
The addition of the optional TI-Graph Link (software and cable) allows you to connect the calculator to your computer, permitting the transfer of files and data between machines. The TI-83 is powered by four AAA alkaline batteries and one lithium battery for backup, with an automatic shutoff to save energy. It also comes with a hard slide cover and is supported by a one-year limited warranty. --Barbara Price
Top Customer Reviews
The graphing capabilities of the TI-83+ are a superb choice for Algebra I classes. The ability to automatically find intersections and a variety of other important components of a graph are only key presses away.
The calculator has a powerful matrix editor allowing for easy multiplication, addition, and subtraction of matrices. Division of matrices is not possible. The list editor allows for statistical analysis of data both numerically and graphically. Graphically, the 83+ can plot data in several different formats.
Anyone who is familiar with the BASIC computer language can program the TI-83+ with ease. The calculator supports the use of almost every function through a program. Programs can be typed directly into the calculator, or on a computer. The TI-83+ also supports a special form of programs called Flash Applications. Flash Applications are generally quite complex, and are written in a special language on the computer.
The manual included with the calculator is superb. It goes into detail on every single option the calculator supports. Every section includes a Quick Start tutorial that provides an practical example covering many of the chapter's topics. Learning to program in TI-BASIC, the programming language of the calculator is possible through reading the entire manual and following the examples.
The TI Graph Link cable is the interface between a computer (PC or Mac) and any TI Calculator with a link port.Read more ›
The Ti-83 Plus came out in 1999. Aside from an extremely small amount of extra flash memory, it's the same as the Ti-83 released in 1996. And the Ti-83 itself is really not much different than the Ti-82 which came out in 1993. But somehow after all this time the price hasn't moved. Seriously, look at the listed specs: 16KB of RAM and "Big 160KB archive space." Are they kidding? That's so out of date that I can't even remember the last time I saw kilobytes used as a unit of measurement.
And talk about an awful, extremely low resolution display. This is the same 96x64 monochrome display from the original Ti-81 released in 1990. Decent displays cost almost nothing now. And it would be helpful to have a basic color display so you could have different colored lines when you mapped more than one function at at the same time.
Where does TI even find suppliers that make components this out of date? Actually, maybe that's why this thing is so expensive. The components are so old that scarcity is a big problem.
How TI has been able to dominate this market by selling extremely overpriced and out of date technology is amazing. The only good thing: if someone is ever trying to convince you that monopolies are good things that will lead to better products, just hold up your TI graphing calculator and you've won the debate.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This calculator was not as advertised. The used condition stated in the description was "very good condition" which is false.
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It works fine. When I first got it I had to reset the calculator, because whoever had it before me really messed it up. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Steven
These things are overpriced brand new. Buying used is just as functional. It's still aesthetically pleasing even with a few scratches, and a few pen marks. I would recommend.Published 5 days ago by Angela Guest
Everything works great. Shipped on time. Surprisingly awesome quality for something marked "used". Would buy again.Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
The TI-83 Plus is the defacto Highschool calculator. Many schools will teach using the TI-3 Plus, almost exclusively. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Ryan Karolak
Mine worked for a less than a year (8 months) after replacing the batteries, but it had vertical 'dead' lines in the screen after only 2 weeks. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Rachelle