Does anyone know of an actual physical calculator you can take into exams which allows you to edit and set up problems like webcalc, and gives fraction and decimal answers? I'm addicted to the format.

Guest Jun 8, 2021

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TI 84 +. I am using this calculator and I am addicted to it.

You can use decimals and fractions.

You can also do degrees and radians.

You also get a really nice graph.

The quality is great.

If it's too expensive, you can go for other TI calculators. Most of them are allowed in standardized tests but I would make sure just in case.

This is the calculator policy for SAT:

https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/taking-the-test/calculator-policy

TI 84+ calculator is allowed in standardized tests and school quizzes if your teachers allow calculators.

I hope this helps!!!

mnkmnk Jun 13, 2021