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Conclusion Both the TI-nspire CX CAS and the HP Prime are top of the line graphing calculators that can do things that the vast majority of other calculators can't. text-align: center;
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That being said they both come with a premium price tag. This is somewhat useful especially if you have a simple task that you need to do over and over again. background: #1D1D1D;
The hp prime recently got a software update that added the app “Graph 3D”. Désactivez facilement la fonctionnalité CAS (calcul formel) dans la boîte de dialogue Verrouillage examen ou les paramètres de document. Or if you are doing function composition for calculus. background: #1D1D1D;
Great intel, thank you! However, the CAS is not as good as the rival CS CAS for it couldn’t simplify some trig identity when tested. It also able to simplify almost anything you want by simply typing them in and then press enter. If she/he means “it can be made to DO 3D graphing, using a third party app , free or otherwise, that is NOT the same. Below is a picture of both of the app selection screens so you can get an idea of what kinds of things you will be getting. If you want to perform a task outside of calculations, (ie not use something other than the scratchpad) in most cases, you will have to do that in a separate "document". Texas Instruments' website says that the TI-nspire has programming capabilities. Avoir une HP Prime, c’est comme détenir une TI-Nspire CX et une TI-Nspire CX CAS au sein de la même et unique calculatrice. }
If the HP now includes built-in 3d graphing, I have not heard. I agree with everything described here , Your email address will not be published. Since a lot of textbooks often make references to specific models of calculator they don’t want to change the design too much and make teachers/students relearn how to use a new calculator. }
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Why are you are assuming that the Nspire's output is THE correct one? The Nspire does have slightly better CAS IMO. RE: CAS Simplify: HP Prime vs. TI Nspire (08-14-2018 01:45 AM) Joe Horn Wrote: So does Prime , and both Prime and Nspire return perfectly correct simplifications with their SIMPLIFY commands. I will start the review off by saying that the TI-nspire CX CAS and the HP Prime have a lot in common. font-size: 1.3em;
- The sleek TI-Nspire CX handheld is the thinnest and lightest TI graphing calculator model to date
Your email address will not be published. New tech also gets slowed down by the calculators becoming “standardized” for math curriculum in schools.
All in all, the decision is all yours to make. 169.00. Hello, The TI-nspire CX CAS is Texas Instruments' most advanced calculator that you can buy and use in regular classrooms and on the SAT. Finally, another notable feature that the touchscreen provides is adaptive buttons. border-top: medium none;
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You can just enter any three characteristics of a triangle (except for only three angle measures) and the calculator will give you the other side lengths and angles. I was researching the HP Prime and came across the TI Nspire CX CAS II-T, which seems pretty good as well. (Below are different examples of the buttons that may come up in different apps. The Prime also has some hardware features that give it the upper hand in usability. Both calculators have a screen resolution of 320x240 pixels. The user interface itself is a little confusing if you are not used to it yet since almost all of your work will be within a document that separated from the rest of the apps you can find inside the calculator. Both calculators have apps for data analysis, but the Nspire is better for data storage and collection. (We'll talk more about this in the Usability section). Touch screen is probably the way these top end calculators will go. The trackpad works well enough but at times it can be a bit finicky. font-size: 1.0em;
This app removes the need for knowledge of how to use trig laws to solve for parts of a triangle. The Prime's operating system is much more like that of a classic graphing calculator making it usable without any steep learning curve. This section on buttons is a bit harder to describe in words so we have a video at the end of the section covering the keypads of these two calculators. However, the document gets saved on to your calculator and you have to go in and delete it if you don't want things getting too cluttered up.
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This one also allowed on most standardized test and what makes it stand out from its peers is the unit ease of use. The n-spire is the more popular calculator, but we have a feeling that mostly has to do with brand name. table#t14 {
For most people, the aesthetics of a calculator would probably be the least important feature to consider. HP Prime works just like any graphic calculator but comes packed with lot more power as well as capabilities. }
Solveur d’équation intuitif. Hope this is helpful and thanks for your question! For the programming, HP Prime is said to be better than CS CAS. table#t14 thead tr th.t14 {
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In the programming, TI Nspire CX CAS doesn’t work as good as its brother the TI 84 and TI 83. ... the HP Prime's interface enables quick access to commands via the touch of the screen. This really comes down to personal preference but we didn't really like the change. That means, simplified radicals, fractions, and trig functions, not decimals. TI Nspire CX CAS vs HP Prime vs Casio FX-CP400 Thread starter Koda; Start date Apr 11, 2015; Apr 11, 2015 #1 Koda. Note that this isn't nearly all of them as we couldn't fit them all on one screen. Your email address will not be published. For that kind of price, you can surely expect to be somewhat satisfied with how the calculator feels and looks. It also more tedious to do it in the unit. The buttons have a nice firm click when pressed. CERTAIN CONTENT THAT APPEARS IN THIS SITE COMES FROM AMAZON SERVICES LLC. After this, the step is similar like in the TI 84 and TI 83. 6 0. Um, (notice I didn’t use “So..”), in response to Roeslan AT, when did th HP Prime start including 3D graphing?? This works much like google maps on a smartphone. Sometimes it can be hard to get it in the exact right spot that you want it. Its like saying “My car INCLUDES a navigation system, since I can buy a NUVI or GARMIN system, and put it on the dashboard!!! The HP Prime is so much easier to use, mostly because of the larger display (touchscreen, pinch to zoom, CAS screen and home screen), as well as better app support. The TI-nspire's solution to this problem is a trackpad, yes like on a laptop. Unlike your average calculator, this one have a screen like an old colored screen phones. This doesn't sound like much when compared with something like a smartphone, but it is plenty for a calculator.