Is this caulculator worth the upgrade from ti-84 plus CE?

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    • #155361
      Anonymous
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      Calculators are technology
      Is this worth the upgrade from ti-84 plus CE?

    • #155362
      Anonymous
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      No. Buy a CG-50 instead.

      • #155381
        Anonymous
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        CG50 chads

        • #155413
          Anonymous
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          What’s the software market for the CG50 like? Any good games?

    • #155363
      Anonymous
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      >still using a TI-89 Titanium from 2009
      Is there any reason to upgrade, or is all this new bloat just memes?

      • #155368
        Anonymous
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        Buying a newer one is worth it just for rechargeable batteries alone.

      • #155369
        Anonymous
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        Worse, they removed features.
        In a half-assed attempt to appease schools, TI removed the ability to program their calculators in assembly or C, killing off basically every repository of TI-83/84 programs and utilities.

        why the fuck did they put python in a calculator?

        Removing the ability to program their calculators proved unpopular, so they backpedaled a bit.
        Trying to brand it as making their calculator’s more accessible, they added a python interpreter as a replacement for the old ASM and C programs.
        It runs about as slow as you would expect, and it’s also nowhere near as flexible as the old ASM/C programs since they’ve intentionally limited it’s capabilites.

        • #155372
          Anonymous
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          shits dumb
          OP, stick with the ti84pCE

      • #155403
        Anonymous
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        Master race member.

    • #155364
      Anonymous
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      why the fuck did they put python in a calculator?

    • #155365
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      Fuck your feelings and your needs and your sense of self. You don’t need a calculator. That thing you call a brain is all the equipment you need. I can’t find a way to say this delicately so bear with me for a few paragraphs.

      The number of times I used this calculator in college was zero. Zero. Zero. Zero. In college. I can not fathom how you can be this insecure about your own basic survival skills that require basic tools. I would not be afraid of a papercut and I don’t freaking need a calculator.
      As for being able to add and subtract with two fingers, maybe you’d better look in the mirror and see if the numbers can see you either. You don’t add and subtract. You do it with your brain. Using a calculator is just a form of masturbation for you.

      Your insecurity makes you think people don’t understand you when in reality they do. You are clearly aware of all this and you chose to ignore it, to ignore the fact that other people exist outside of you. You want the calculator for the same reason that you want to go out and buy a big, fat dick to fill up your hand to fill up your hand with more insecurities about how stupid you look.

      The calculator is a fetish. In your head you already like the idea of the calculator. What I’m telling you is something you already know and don’t want to accept it. What I’m saying to you is that your insecurity is literally so toxic that your entire mind is poisoned. You think that your intelligence is in your brain but it’s not. You have more in your mind and in your heart and in your feelings than you do in your head. You are so insecure that the only thing you feel is insecurity and you are so blinded by it that you cannot see it. You cannot see that you are the weakest link in a chain.

      You will never be happy unless you face the truth. You have to accept the fact that if the calculator were to somehow malfunction, or if it were to be stolen or taken away from you, you would be completely useless. You freaking idiot.

    • #155366
      Anonymous
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      Get an HP 15c.

      • #155397
        Anonymous
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        Kek

    • #155367
      Anonymous
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      Solar powered scientific master race

    • #155373
      Anonymous
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      83 plus chads wya

    • #155375
      Anonymous
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      >he spends more than 20 dollar for a calculator

      • #155390
        Anonymous
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        casio >>>>>> TI
        and casio gives implied multiplication precedence over explicit multiplication/division so it makes all the 70 iq ameriPEDMASscrotes seethe like anything

        • #155391
          Anonymous
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          I wouldn’t say either is wrong. it’s a different approach to solve ambiguity with a problem written with bad notation. TI follows the more widely accepted left to right when doing multiplication while Casio see something like 2(3) as a function rather than multiplication and will solve that first before going left to right.

        • #155418
          Anonymous
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          >fighting over precedence
          more proof that non-rpn cucks are scrotebrains

    • #155376
      Anonymous
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      Fuck Texas. Get a Casio

    • #155377
      Anonymous
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      >you need it
      buy it
      >you don’t need it
      don’t buy it

      as simple as

    • #155378
      Anonymous
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      What the fuck is wrong with this thumb?

      • #155399
        Anonymous
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        Had this bad boy for 15 years. Never let me down. Battery has never failed either.

        Looks like a shooped toe.

        • #155400
          Anonymous
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          Forgot the freaking pic, scrotebrain.

      • #155407
        Anonymous
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        When i put pressure on something the same thing happens with my thumb. Thinks it’s about your blood and meat or something

        • #155426
          Anonymous
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          I’m talking about the shape and size, not the color.

      • #155428
        Anonymous
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        came here for this lol

    • #155379
      Anonymous
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      HS i went for the casio graph 25, which i still use today, instead of a TI. I wish I could back in time. Lately I have been thinking of buying a used TI calculator but I fear I would get lost on how to input numbers. I heard casio and TI are very different.

      • #155380
        Anonymous
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        >HS
        in high school

    • #155382
      Anonymous
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      >color screen
      >exam mode
      Let me guess, next steps will be a secured wireless communication protocol where the teacher can watch every calculator screen during exams.
      And color screen is bloat.

      • #155383
        Anonymous
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        >And color screen is bloat.
        Perhaps, but color LCDs are so ubiquitous today it’s probably cheaper than continuing to use ancient monochrome screens.
        Why pay more for less?

      • #155419
        Anonymous
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        TI beat you to that one anon 🙂

    • #155384
      Anonymous
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      Why dont just download an app?
      Isnt it the same???
      If not post proof or freaking die you pretentious freaking poo

      • #155385
        Anonymous
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        >fr fr just download an app and that’s no cap

        • #155386
          Anonymous
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          >no arguments

        • #155389
          Anonymous
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          >still completely unable to post any reason or proof
          found the scrote

      • #155388
        Anonymous
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        Physical buttons and long battery life are important to people who use a graphing calculator extensively

    • #155387
      Anonymous
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      >he doesn’t use a calculator that can be powered just with a bit of light
      Might as well get a tablet if you ll get a coloured, graphical calculator.

      • #155394
        Anonymous
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        i have this one too, it’s great

      • #155404
        Anonymous
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        I wanted to write it, the only useful calculator is the one that can be powered with solar energy, why the fuck someone wants a calculator that needs a battery? If your calculator needs that then it’s not a real calculator. Also i have the same calculator, cheap and very good for the things i use it for.

        […]

        >ti
        Calculator for cucks that pay a lot of money for old hardware that should stop being used in 1990. Casio is the only calculator that is worth to buy.

    • #155392
      Anonymous
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      just use whatever that is allowed in exams
      no sane person use physical calculators outside of exams in this day and age

      • #155401
        Anonymous
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        It feels so much less gay than opening one in the browser, zoomie.

    • #155393
      Anonymous
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      luv me calc

    • #155396
      Anonymous
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      Peak calculator right here

      • #155416
        Anonymous
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        This and the 50 are

    • #155398
      Anonymous
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      PYTHON SMELL

    • #155402
      Anonymous
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      Do modern TI calculators actually have purpose designed ASICs or are they just generalized ARM SoCs now?

    • #155405
      Anonymous
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      I will never not be happy with this thing, no other calculator compares.

      • #155412
        Anonymous
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        when one guy showed this off in class and the equation solvers, almost everyone in my class had one within a week.

    • #155408
      Anonymous
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      THEY KILLED PROGRAMMING FOR THIS THING REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.

    • #155409
      Anonymous
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      I just use my phone and I’m exams I just whatever.

    • #155410
      Anonymous
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      No?
      Why the fuck do you want anymore more than what you need in a graphing calculator when you have a smartphone that can do literally everything else better?

    • #155411
      Anonymous
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      what did you need calculator for? I have never used those scientific ones during my uni and professors would straight out forbid them on exams so you can only use 4 basic operations and square root

    • #155415
      Anonymous
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      No, get a HP that has RPN. If you don’t use RPN you’re objectively and demonstrably scrotebrained

      • #155420
        Anonymous
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        woke af RPNchad

    • #155417
      Anonymous
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      I remember back in high school (2008) my parents had to buy one for €100. Anyone else had to do this, and do high schools still require this nonsense? I mean calculus should just be with pen and paper, and maybe a stock calculator for some simple stuff. I don’t see what the use is, and it doesn’t help much with developing mathematical intuition. Smells like one big lobby. Maybe engineering students use it a lot, but compsci and math not much in my experience.

    • #155422
      Anonymous
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      isn’t that basically just a computer?
      are you allowed to use that on exams?

      • #155423
        Anonymous
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        It’s banned.

    • #155424
      Anonymous
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      depends on the class? I was allowed to use a cx-cas for engineering classes

    • #155425
      Anonymous
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      those things are a pain the ass. useless interfaces and gimicky processing power.
      I still carry my ti89 with me almost everywhere.

    • #155429
      Anonymous
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      nspire chads
      RISE UP

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