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Is the Texas Instruments TI‑Nspire CX graphing calculator permitted on IB Math and Chemistry test?

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I have been so used to using the TI-Nspire CX graphing calculator and am told within 2 weeks before my exams that I am only allowed to use the TI-Nspire 84. which I am not remotely familiar with.

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The TI Nspire CX graphing calculator is allowed on the exams, however, it has to be without the algebraical computational system, updated to the last operative system in the mode "Press-to-test" with some functions forbidden. You must mark on the mode Press-to-test, and therefore block the next options:

  • Limit geometry functions 

  • Disable function and conic grab and move, and disable change of equation form

  • Disable vector functions, including eigenvectors and eigenvalues

  • Disable "isPrime" function

  • Disable differential equation functionality 

  • Disable 3D graphing 

  • Disable implicit graphing, conic templates, conic analysis, and geometric conics

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