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New Google Express Users: Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX II Graphing Calculator EXPIRED

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Best Buy via Google Express has Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX II Graphing Calculator on sale for $110.49 when you apply promo code SEPTSAVE19. Shipping is free. Thanks daisybeetle

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As a parent I had the pleasure of having to order one of these this year.

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Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX II Graphing Calculator [google.com] $130.49 - $20 w/ New Customer code SEPTSAVE19 = $110.49. Shipping is free.
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Is it just for specific exams? Simple python script kills these simple features...
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I graduated a year ago with a math/stats degree and I got through every class using a $20 TI-30XS multiview. That includes the typical high level math classes (multi-variable calc, Linear algebra, and the highest level probability and statistics courses). I didn't need any form of a graphing calculator once.

The teachers that require it are most likely uneducated high school math teachers. I remember my high school stats and calc teachers making me buy a graphing calc. What a waste of money
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I'd recommend a TI Nspire CAS, the kind that runs on 4x AAA batteries. It does all the same functions for a lot cheaper on eBay. I got one a few years back for $20
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Can you run Doom on this one?
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Is it just for specific exams? Simple python script kills these simple features...
Bruh :/
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Can we return at bestbuy store if bought via Google express?
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I remember using a ti82 back in the day. I probably still have it somewhere in a drawer. And they were always over $100 and had no choice but to buy them because teachers requirements. Youd think by now theyd make an affordable app version
They have app versions, but they often aren't allowed where phones aren't allowed in class or on tests.
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Yeah yeah, we all know these cost the same price 15 years ago. Still good calculators, still practically bomb-proof. I'm still using my ti-89 from like 18 years ago.
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I remember using a ti82 back in the day. I probably still have it somewhere in a drawer. And they were always over $100 and had no choice but to buy them because teachers requirements. Youd think by now theyd make an affordable app version
There is an online program that our school district has switched to. Teachers use both ways to teach it. The kids even use the online program on their standardized tests.
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I remember using a ti82 back in the day. I probably still have it somewhere in a drawer. And they were always over $100 and had no choice but to buy them because teachers requirements. Youd think by now theyd make an affordable app version
TI has the app for the ti 84 on the apple AppStore, but professors won't let you use it.
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I remember the face cover of the graphing calculator was good for writing equations on or hiding a small flashcard lol, helpful for exams
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Good to know graphic calculators haven't fallen in price since I was in high school....
Overpriced yes, but that same $110 bought you a lot more tacos back in HS...
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Ti 82 (?) anyone?


Hey, at least it gave the abacus fits.
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Craigslist is your friend when it comes to graphing calculators unless you need a very specific one. These things are pretty "bombproof" and last for years.
But dont forget glued ribbon cable that after a few years fails. Or the power input pad from battery springs wearing off the printed contact... are you a TI sales/employee because sure as heck sounding fishy or uninformed
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Texas Instruments monopoly means 20 year old technology for $100 or more
hp ftw!
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