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FETC 2013: The Color of Math

BgcalcWhile math is generally taught in black and white, Texas Instruments’ TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition can make it stand out with vivid color. The graphic calculator mirrors the current 84 Plus but adds a 2.8-inch screen that can show 16-bit color for everything from show different graphed lines to overlaying an image over a math function to help kids see the connection with the real world. The TI-84 Plus C Silver calculator has a rechargeable battery and is still approved for all major standardized testing environments.

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