Casio fx-9750GII Graphing Calculator, Icon Based Menu, color white
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- 10-Digit x Two-Line Display,LCD
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From the manufacturer
With all the standard features of an entry-level graphing calculator, the fx-9750GII supports students and educators from middle school to high school and into college.
Its icon-based menu is easy to navigate and the soft-menus makes it easy to access functionality for common tasks.
The intuitive software design facilitates a student’s grasp of mathematical concepts, by encouraging student engagement
with mathematics, rather than the memorization of keys to effectively promote student success.
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|Item Dimensions||1.00 x 4.00 x 6.00 inches||7.80 x 6.06 x 1.34 inches||7.30 x 1.00 x 3.50 inches||7.50 x 3.42 x 0.62 inches||10.32 x 7.21 x 2.05 inches||2.50 x 11.00 x 7.50 inches|
The Casio fx-9750GII Graphing Calculator supports students and educators from middle school to high school and into college. Its icon-based menu is easy to navigate and the soft-menus make it easy to access functionality for common tasks. The intuitive software design facilitates a student’s grasp of mathematical concepts, by encouraging student engagement with mathematics, rather than the memorization of keys to effectively promote student success. Recommended for students taking Pre-Algebra, Algebra I & II, Geometry, Trigonometry, AP Calculus, AP Statistics, Biology, Physics, and Business & Finance. Powered by 4 AAA batteries (included).
From the Manufacturer
Casio fx-9750GII Graphing Calculator
The fx-9750GII is ready-to-go right out of the package and comes packed with functionality: USB connectivity, abundant operating memory, and AP features come together to provide a powerful tool designed to support student success.
The fx-9750GII is designed to support a deeper understanding of mathematics in the following coursework: Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, AP Calculus, AP Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Finance & Business.
The Casio fx-9750GII graphing calculator is permitted for use on the PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, and ACT college entrance exams and AP tests.
Casio's user-oriented hardware design comes loaded with powerful classroom functionality you need in an intuitive, easy-to-use interface that is quick and simple for students to master.
The fx-9750GII features a high-resolution LCD display with enlarged dot-area technology that produces sharp, easy-to-see formulas, graphics, and statistical data representation to enhance student comprehension.
With the fx-9750GII's 62KB RAM, lengthy calculations, and complex graphics are produced with immediate ease. The accelerated processing speed results in accurate, swift calculations that support student success, especially at test time.
Getting connected is simple with the fx-9750GII's built-in USB functionality. Share data with your fx-9750GII to other calculators, connect with your PC (Program Link software sold separately), or display your screen via direct connection to a Casio projector.
Casio's intuitive software design facilitates a student's grasp of mathematical concepts by encouraging student engagement with mathematics rather than memorization of keys to effectively promote student success.
- Quick Pie Charts & Bar Graphs
- Built-in Conic Equations
- AP Statistics Features
- Simple One-Step Graph-solve Feature
- Graph x = f(y)
Some of the functionality you will find in the fx-9750GII includes:
- Icon-Based Menu System
- Dynamic Graph
- Dual Graph
- Inequality Graph
- Integration Graph
- Conic Section Graph
- Random Number Generation
- Pie Graph, Bar Graph
- X=f(y), X>f(y), or Constant
- Integral Graphs
- Depreciation Calculation
- List-based Statistics
- Advanced Statistics
- Financial Function
And much more.
What's in the Box
- User's Guide
- Protective Hard Case
- Unit-to-Unit Cable
- Four AAA Alkaline Batteries (non-rechargeable)
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Yep. The Casio. THE Casio. Not multiple models with multiple sub-models with slightly different price points and a different way of accessing and using the same functions. Just one single model (in the US anyway) with more functionality than the mid-range TI-84. At half the price. Half. The. Price.
They also charge a lot less for teachers to use the official emulator, by the way. They've got the right idea. "Hey, someone wants to use our calculator to record educational videos for their students who might then buy Casio calculators because they're easy to use? Cool! Let's make it easy to show off the calculator!"
Casio: Half the price. Twice the functionality. Works great. Mine is adorably pink, but there are lots of color choices. Should be outselling TI like crazy.
In total, we had purchased 3 TI-84's for two kids. 2 of the TI-84's have been stolen. That's when we decided we are not going to throw more money away on the TI's. Instead, purchased this Casio.
Like other reviewers, we had concerns that textbooks and teachers only teach the TI. But after two stolen calculators, we took the chance. Some reviewers had complained of the skimpy manual. While I am certain that at some point reading the manual will be useful, the calculator is quite intuitive to use. I was able to graph polynomials, solve systems of equations, etc. all without reading the user manual. I then showed my daughter, who is taking Algebra II in high school, how to use those functions. Since then, when I asked her how she is doing with the calculator, her answer was that she could always find a Youtube video that showed her how to do what she needed.
So in summary, great calculator for less than half the price of the TI, less chance of it getting stolen (maybe it is good that teachers only teach the TI calculators), and does everything the TI does with a much easier interface.
Our daughter was one of two folks in the class without a TI calculator. We thought this would be a problem, as the complex functions she was required to do could be even more difficult if she had to spend time figuring out how to do each one (and not being able to ask the teacher for help).
She finished the year with an A in each of her four terms. She got an A+ on her mid-term and her final exams. By the second semester, her teacher had bought one of these suckers and was using it and recommending it to the department head. According to both of them, doing almost all of the functions is much simpler on the Casio.
Folks, I suck at math. I can't tell you the differences between the graphs on the two devices or anything like that. But I can tell you that this got my daughter through a tough-as-nails course, and did it with about a tenth of the frustration the TI folks in the class felt (and at about half the cost). There may be something the more expensive device can do that this one can't, but it never came up during my daughter's time in high school.