Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Graphics Calculator

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I purchased a printer that stopped working properly within the 1st year. When the manufacturer says they can??t help you, what do you do? I called Asurion. They were great with instructing me how to send it to them for a full refund. As soon as I took it to UPS, they scanned it in the system (with the label Asurion sent me) & within minutes I received a code from them to add to my Amazon account. I was then able to order a brand new printer that finally works properly. As you can guess I turned around & purchased coverage from Asurion for my new device. Customer service was amazing.

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I thought this would help me fix the product. Nope. They can??t help with tech support. ??We don??t help with routers??. Also, contacting them was way too difficult! They transferred me back and forth between customer service and tech support. After being jerked around with some sort of exhaustive transfer game, I just hung up and called Amazon for help. Asurion is still trying to play games via email!! What a waste of money, time, and gray hair.

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It’s a lot easier to use. The TI-83 requires the user to remember a lot more. It uses parentheticals to enter data, so the user must enter the required data in the required order, but there is no prompt. The TI-84 gives prompts for required data points such as mean, median, z-scores, critical values, etc. It also has m??

Is this an newer TI-84 or is an older version. thanks
Answer: Older or newer versions of this model are going to be the same. If you want a different calculator, you are going to have to compare the features of this calculator to other models. If you want a standard calculator for Algebra or Trigonometry, this is a good option.

Is this allowed for sat/act tests?
Answer: This is allowed on both the SAT and ACT tests as well as AP exams.

Does it come with batteries or do you just need to charge it?
Answer: I don’t know if it came with batteries or not but it does use regular batteries–AA I think. They last a long time though.

does this have a qwerty keyboard? does it have computer algebra systems?
Answer: It has neither, although a QWERTY keyboard can be purchased. I believe it is called the TI-keyboard.

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