I'd rather see something that emulates a TI-83. But they probably wouldn't allow those for use during any standardized exams.
Dude i had a blast with MY TI-83 the only thing that i couldn't use it was for english class. a lot of A's, God i love those days.
"The BAII Plus App is available for $14.99" that is a heck of a cheap price compared to what i paid for... $130.00
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I want it to emulate the TI-994a!
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
I know exactly what you're talking about! I spent more time entering Chemistry/Physics formulas in the calculator than studying for those exams.
For those who missed 3vi1's humorous reference:
Nice app indeed. Many people feels familiar with BA II Plus because they have to use it in some exams.
I wonder if this application can emulate special functions that exist only in BA II Plus Professional (such as NFV, DPB, DUR).
Additional Features on Texas Instruments BA II Plus Professional over BA II Plus
It would be nice if this app can do that.
So it seems that there really IS an App for that,........(copyright Apple)
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