Reviews and Problems with Texas Instruments BAII PLUS
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Good value-nice features
4 weeks ago
Excerpt: There are definitely more expensive financial calculators out there, but this calculator presents a good value with nice features and an entry-level price tag. Unlike graphing calculators, you can buy this without feeling like you are going to kill your budget for the next month. The guide that comes with the calculator is rather poor (hence the 4-star rating), but there is an extensive guide available online.
Excerpt: I had to buy this calculator for a finance course I took over the winter. I must say this calculator really saved me alot of time during exams and helped me solve problems much quicker. Before buying this calculator I had to carry a TI-83 calculator with me. This calculator weighs close to nothing and has a really good instructions manual that is easy to follow.
Excerpt: This is a very fair price for a business calculator. Other ones that I have seen are much more expensive. It has all of the functions I need for my finance classes. It is very light weight and sturdy. It is durable, but also compact, as I am able to keep it in my pencil bag without problems. This is the first financial calculator I've ever owned, but it was very easy to comprehend the different functions. I barely needed instruction from my teacher how to utilize it.
Excerpt: This calculator is great for my college level math courses. I am currently enrolled in calculus and a few business accounting courses. The features on the calculator are just what I need to complete my classwork. I would recommend the calculator to anyone that needs a calculator with in depth math needs. The calculator may look a little intimidating, but honestly it does not take long to get familiar with all of the features of the calculator.