What is the easiest graphing calculator?
That's a question I've asked myself, because there are plenty of graphing calculators on the market, and I don't think there's just one easy to use calculator. In this post I will look at what makes a calculator easy to use, and how to determine if a calculator is easy to use. In this post we'll also take a quick look at the best graphing calculators of 2023.
I will not be discussing all graphing calculators available. I will be discussing only graphing calculators which are easy to use and can solve many functions.
Let's Begin With the Basics. In this section I will discuss different types of functions that can be graphed with a calculator. We'll start by taking a look at the basics.
What makes a calculator easy to use? To start off, it's important to understand the difference between graphing calculators and scientific calculators. Graphing calculators are a special type of scientific calculator. They calculate trigonometric functions, complex functions, logarithms, and in some cases even the exponential function. You're able to do this because they have built in trigonometric functions. However, they are generally not as powerful as dedicated scientific calculators. There is a reason why they are called graphing calculators.
There are lots of calculators on the market. The question you should ask yourself is this: How hard is it to use a calculator? A calculator is designed to be simple and easy to use. If you want to do more complicated calculations, then you'll need to use a dedicated scientific calculator. A calculator which is easy to use is a good calculator for graphing functions. A calculator which is too complicated or too hard to use will make your life difficult when graphing functions.
Let's Look At The Basics. What Are Some Functions That Can Be Graphed? I've put together a list of functions which can be graphed in a calculator. I will look at a variety of functions, starting with the simplest functions and ending with the more complex functions.
Is a graphing calculator good for calculus?
I am a high school student who is doing a math intensive course on the AP Calculus curriculum. Because it is going to be a challenge for me, I went ahead and used my graphing calculator (TI89 for TI Basic) for practicing my derivatives, integrals, and graphing to save time. However, I have found that it's really easy to mess things up on my calculator. Do you think I should use something else for practice or I shouldn't? Can I just keep using this calculator because I am on AP Calculus and don't want to "look bad"?
Replies to This Discussion. I got an advanced calculus book from the library and I do a lot of my studies on it, then do practice problems on my calculator or a paper. But, if I can do the homework problems in the book directly in the calculator I prefer to. It's like it understands what you are typing. I never understood how anyone could possibly think it's not good enough. Just try your best.
I agree that the way you change functions just by pressing keys is awesome. I don't know what sort of calculator you're on, but you can enter functions without having to copy past them each time. Another example is on my TI-89 Plus CE I enter f(x)=2x/3 every time I put 2x/3 in the calculator it changes to f(x)=2x/3. You can't get much easier than that.
Is there a free TI 84 calculator online?
I use an Apple pencil for coding but don't have the extra program that works with it. If anyone knows of an online calculator with all functions, that would be great. Thanks! Reply to this Post
I was hoping this website would get the message out since their website never works. Is there a free TI 84 calculator online? Reply to this Post Re: Is there a free TI 84 calculator online? Aww man thanks I am so happy they fixed it. I was so bummed when their website had issues. It sucks though that there isn't a desktop version of it. My brother actually tried to run it on a different computer and I think it worked fine? But his computer might have needed the right version and a program to work with his computer. Reply to this Post
RE: Is there a free TI 84 calculator online? Yes, it's good to hear the problems have been fixed. I have always been grateful for the resources and knowledge available online at forums like this one, but unfortunately that doesn't seem to have made a difference to how long it takes responses to people who post queries on here.
I just got a new TI graphing calculator and was wondering if any one knew of a online calculator like that in action. There is one online but it seems to be broken. I tried another website but it looked too simple for what I need. I need a little more than what that site offers so I thought this forum was the next best bet.
Re: RE: Is there a free TI 84 calculator online? Hi everyone. Thanks for the replies. I have gone on google, but all the results are the same as they have only one calculator where I want to have lots.