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. If you failed to enter a number or parentheses properly, instead of just going back and hitting it to put it in, you have to do second->insert every single time.
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. This calculator has served me well in doing mathematics and solving for polynomials. The menu is user friend but unlike the Ti graphing calculator this one does not contain a catalog to quickly pick things from.
Summary: Very good equipment, robust, easy to use, I recommend the purchase of the same. Very good equipment, robust, easy to use, I recommend the purchase of the same. Very good equipment, robust, easy to use, I recommend the purchase of the same. Very good equipment, robust, easy to use, I recommend the purchase of the same.
Summary: I've always used Texas Instrument graphic calculators in school. I was a bit hesitant buying a Casio just because Im not familiar with the brand. I did some research and it does everything that a Texas Instrument graphing calculator does. I love my Casio graphing calculator.
Summary: The design of this calculator is superb the mixt of light green and cream white give a nice combination ,having said that let see the calculator's performances is a bit more difficult to use compare to the TI 82 but basics functions are easy to use so i would recommend that calculator for High school and even college
Summary: It was a purchase for my god-daughter and she uses it for school. Shes very satisfied with this product, and her mom was satisfied with the price compared to other devices of this category.. Great Buy!!!
Summary: Never having used a graphing calculator before, having liked the price, and having taken Algebra I, and anticipating more advanced math courses, I thought it was time to buy one and learn how to use a graphing calculator. The learning curve was not as steep as I thought it would be. It was fairly easy to learn; the written instructions were not as clear or as thorough as they could be.