Summary: This calculator is great till end of Algebra II. One needs to upgrade to Ti-84 in Pre-Calculus or in Calculus but if one is going in science or math related field I'd recommend the Ti-89 as it is very helpful with Calculus.
Summary: The Casio 9750GAPlus is cheaper than a TI calculator, yes, but ultimately what sets the Casio 9750GII apart from the TIs was not carried to this model. The most annoying behavior is that over-writing characters is the default behavior.
Summary: It's a good calculator for the price. Make sure you carry around the manual until you learn everything you need to know for class otherwise the teacher will whip out their TI and show the rest of the class exactly how to do something and you'll be lost.
Pros: Does just about everything a TI-83 calculator will do for about half the price. It's worked for me through all four years of high school and one year of college so far.
Cons: UI is a bit confusing at first and you'll need to read through the manual to find out how to use some of the more advanced features. Most textbooks and teachers assume that you're using a TI and only show you how do do things that way. Some of the more advanced features of the IT are missing. Whi...
Excerpt: Vorab: Der Rechner: Anschalten: Geht wie bei den meisten Casio-Modellen: Einfach AC/ON drücken. Eingebaute Funktionen: Der Rechner umfasst eine Anzahl von eingebauten wissenschaftlichen Funktionen, einschließlich trigonometrische und logarithmische Funktionen.