- I would like to know if there is a site where I can download a free graphing

calculator. My kids are very interested in using one, but I simply cannot

afford the $100+ price tag I have seen locally! Thanks in advance.

Ann C >I would like to know if there is a site where I can download a free graphing

Here are some good calculator resources:

>calculator. My kids are very interested in using one, but I simply cannot

>afford the $100+ price tag I have seen locally! Thanks in advance.

Casio Education

<http://education.casio.com>

Great activities for calculators, from Casio, a top calculator

manufacturer. There's a link here to an interesting loaner program, but

what you're looking for is the Activities/Lessons link. *****

Calculators and Educational Solutions

<http://www.ti.com/calc/docs/cacontnt.htm>

If you own a Texas Instruments calculator, you'll enjoy the resources

available from this site. TI operates a loaner program for schools, similar

to the one run by Casio. The Activities link is where most of the action

is. ****

Calculators

<http://www-sci.lib.uci.edu/HSG/RefCalculators.html>

Some 11,000 calculators for every task you can imagine. *****

Specifically, the graphing calculators are at

<http://www-sci.lib.uci.edu/HSG/RefCalculators2.html#COMP-GGRAPH>.

Java-Powered Calculus

<http://macweb.acs.usm.maine.edu/math/dcalc/jpc.html>

Function grapher and a scientific calculator. ***

Graphing Calculator

<http://www.pacifict.com>

A commercial product for use on the Macintosh. It's now at version 2.7, and

costs $60.

Online Calculator

<http://www.math.sc.edu/cgi-bin/sumcgi/calculator.pl>

Enter an expression, find the answer. Expressions can contain complexities

such as exponentiation, square roots, sin, cos, and ch. ***

Graphing Calculator Guide

<http://cesme.utm.edu/resources/math/grcalc/toc.html>

Teachers attending a summer workshop developed this collection of lessons

for grades 7 to 12 that integrate graphing calculators into the math

curriculum. You'll find here such topics as basic calculator concepts,

transforming graphs, solving linear inequalities, using statistical data,

investigating slope, and constructing trigonometric concepts. ****

--lauramaery

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