## Can you use a graphing calculator in algebra 2?

Students can use their TI graphing calculator in more than one class, including: pre-algebra, algebra I and II, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, chemistry, physics, biology, statistics, business and finance. Parents can check with teachers to learn more about their policy regarding graphing calculators.

### What is the best calculator for algebra 2?

Best for Algebra: Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus The TI-83 Plus graphing calculator is a great entry-level calculator for middle and high school students taking math and science courses such as Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 & 2, Trigonometry, Calculus, Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.

**Do I need a graphing calculator for algebra?**

Beginning with first-year algebra, it’s appropriate to start using a graphing calculator, even though it is rarely required. Concepts such as basic function graphing, polynomials, quadratics, and inequalities are better visualized when students can both write out the equations and use an electronic input.

**Can you use graphing calculators in college?**

The titanium version of TI-89 solved many problems of its predecessor and is still regarded as one the best graphing calculators to ever exist. It has a powerful CAS system and is perfect for high-school and college students taking calculus and above.

## What calculator is allowed for college algebra?

Texas Instruments Nspire CX II CAS Graphing Calculator Nspire CX II CAS is one of the top calculators that allow you to explore symbolic algebra and symbolic calculus in addition to standard numerical calculations. It is a great tool for doing step-by-step arithmetic, algebraic and calculus calculations.

### Is TI-Nspire CX allowed on SAT?

The TI-Nspire CX handheld is permitted for use SAT*, AP*, PSAT/NSMQT*, IB®, and ACT® college entrance exams, as well as many state standardized tests. Students can even download sample SAT and ACT test questions for practice.

**How do you find the equation of a graph?**

Use the y=mx+b formula. To graph a linear equation, all you have to do it substitute in the variables in this formula. In the formula, you will be solving for (x,y). The variable m= slope. The slope is also noted as rise over run, or the number of points you travel up and over.

**Can you do algebra on a calculator?**

Exponents are used in almost any math course past grade school, but only a scientific calculator can perform any algebraic function. In addition to using your calculator to solve for a known number, you can use it for an unknown number. This is useful for algebra or any other more advanced math you may be studying.

## Can I use a scientific calculator as a graphing calculator?

Scientific calculators do not have the ability to graph (though the fx-991EX scientific (shown to the left) is an exception because of it’s QR code, so something to think about) Graphing calculators have ability to graph more than just equations – i.e. conics, 3D.