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Old   July 16, 2017, 14:23
Default Best calculator for EE students
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What would be the best calculator for an EE student which is NON programable

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Old   September 1, 2017, 17:20
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by far the TI Series 89 I think. It's the one I used and had everything I needed for engineering classes/exams, there's one version above that but that can be quite programmable and not allowed in many courses, watch out.

That one though saved me tons of times from finding square roots/checking the root locus and stuff like that in advanced courses.

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That one was allowed for exams and most of my classes. Ask ur school otehrwise u might be wasting money.
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Old   October 7, 2017, 21:30
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Thanks for your reply mate. I even didn't know about a better one. Thanks!
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Old   November 22, 2017, 02:53
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The ti-30x is another good calculator and easy to find.
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Old   April 11, 2018, 12:11
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I like my TI-36 series calculators. It's a small improvement over the TI-30 and you'll probably find no big difference between the two in everyday use. They're made to last and many of the first series TI-36 Solars from the late 80s are still operational.
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