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Yes, it comes with an access code to download the graphing software from texas instrument. The calculator does come sealed in the original packaging just as if you purchased it in the store. Also includes wall charger/USB upload cable.
Dr.Fizz
· January 7, 2014
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I'd get the Nspire CX CAS. It will do all the algebraic operations needed for Algebra II and college algebra. It will also do calculus operations and solve some differential equations. It works more like a computer than other TI calculators and will take more time to master. I have used the TI 83, 84, 85, 86, 89 Tit… see more I'd get the Nspire CX CAS. It will do all the algebraic operations needed for Algebra II and college algebra. It will also do calculus operations and solve some differential equations. It works more like a computer than other TI calculators and will take more time to master. I have used the TI 83, 84, 85, 86, 89 Titanium, 92 and Nspire CX CAS. I currently use the 89 Titanium and the CX CAS. I find the 89 easier to use but the CX CAS is more versatile and more powerful. User's manuals, tutorials and videos are available on line.
I'd find out what calculators are allowed in your classes before making a decision. see less
I'd get the Nspire CX CAS. It will do all the algebraic operations needed for Algebra II and college algebra. It will also do calculus operations and solve some differential equations. It works more like a computer than other TI calculators and will take more time to master. I have used the TI 83, 84, 85, 86, 89 Titanium, 92 and Nspire CX CAS. I currently use the 89 Titanium and the CX CAS. I find the 89 easier to use but the CX CAS is more versatile and more powerful. User's manuals, tutorials and videos are available on line.
I'd find out what calculators are allowed in your classes before making a decision.

Kindle Customer
· September 6, 2013
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The allowed calculators list for testing are updated periodically. The following is where you can check allowed calculators. I use my TI-Nspire in class and on tests at school. In fact, my calculus teacher went and picked on up after seeing mine and another student's. https://sat.collegeboard.org/register/calculator-policy
Xerix
· December 13, 2015
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This is a great calculator and it is pretty easy to learn to use. I have a TI-83+, TI-89, and TI Nspire CX CAS. I like the 89 and the CAS. There are 2 Nspire models that look alike: the CS and the CAS. If you can afford the price difference, get the CAS. It can solve complex problems and provide a "pretty-print"… see more This is a great calculator and it is pretty easy to learn to use. I have a TI-83+, TI-89, and TI Nspire CX CAS. I like the 89 and the CAS. There are 2 Nspire models that look alike: the CS and the CAS. If you can afford the price difference, get the CAS. It can solve complex problems and provide a "pretty-print" answer. In either case the Nspire is better for students, although the 89 is geared a just bit more toward engineering applications. The 84 is able to do quite a bit, more than enough to get you through high school and college, but the other models I have talked about are far superior in every possible way. see less This is a great calculator and it is pretty easy to learn to use. I have a TI-83+, TI-89, and TI Nspire CX CAS. I like the 89 and the CAS. There are 2 Nspire models that look alike: the CS and the CAS. If you can afford the price difference, get the CAS. It can solve complex problems and provide a "pretty-print" answer. In either case the Nspire is better for students, although the 89 is geared a just bit more toward engineering applications. The 84 is able to do quite a bit, more than enough to get you through high school and college, but the other models I have talked about are far superior in every possible way.
Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp
· July 18, 2013
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Yep! It is built into the back of the calculator. It also comes with a charger and the battery lasts about three weeks for me with normal use.
Colwyn M. Martin
· January 11, 2013
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This product can do indefinite integrals from -inf to inf whereas the standard cx version cannot and approximates them using large number bounds such as -1E999 and 1E999. I have found the approximation is pretty close but the cas does offer a more precise answer.
Amazon Customer
· March 26, 2016
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CAS means Computer Algebraic System. It may compute symbolically. Matrices with variables can be manipulated in CAS environments.
Eduardo Uresti Charre
· February 11, 2016
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Yes. It computes inverse matix. Just write a^(-1)
Eduardo Uresti Charre
· February 11, 2016
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Yes, This is an excellent calculator that is used by all engineering fields including Mechanical Engineers
Davwil
Seller · August 18, 2016
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Includes an sliding hard cover, usb charger, usb cable to charge and connect to the pc, usb cable for connection with other calc, manual and cd with software for pc.
Goerks
· December 22, 2013