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Are they still forcing kids to buy these?
It's amazing that I've been out of HS for 20 years and these things are pretty much at the same price when I bought them in 2000ish. You'd think it would've gotten cheaper after all this time.
Highschool: "You need this calculator to succeed in college. You will be using it all the time."

College: "You are not allowed to use a TI-84. Only scientific calculators are allowed."

Me: .....so that's $100 wasted...

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Amazon sold out? Lowest price (new) that shows for me is $96.87.
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Are they still forcing kids to buy these?
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It's amazing that I've been out of HS for 20 years and these things are pretty much at the same price when I bought them in 2000ish. You'd think it would've gotten cheaper after all this time.
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It's amazing that I've been out of HS for 20 years and these things are pretty much at the same price when I bought them in 2000ish. You'd think it would've gotten cheaper after all this time.
Money is worth less so they are cheaper.
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Are they still forcing kids to buy these?

yup

picked up one 2nd hand for $15
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These things are pretty tough and haven't changed in 20 years. How is there not a huge used market for these? Retail is still what I paid in 2008..
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Are they still forcing kids to buy these?
Highschool: "You need this calculator to succeed in college. You will be using it all the time."

College: "You are not allowed to use a TI-84. Only scientific calculators are allowed."

Me: .....so that's $100 wasted...
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the question is where do all the secondhand TI's go... the answer is parents basements
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Money is worth less so they are cheaper.
The TI-83 Pplus / TI-84 Plus have always been the true currency for inflation. Still $100, 20 years later...
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the question is where do all the secondhand TI's go... the answer is parents basements
until they end up here... https://www.shopgoodwill.com/List...Prefs=true
signed the mom of a High school junior
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Anyone else play Drug Wars?
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eBay is a great place to get calculators for a great price! I once spent $180
On a ti-89, now they are $30ish. That's the best call I've ever used too (engineer here)
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