What are the best inverse function calculators?

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    #1Texas Instruments TI-84 CE

    Texas Instruments TI-84 CE

    Clear screen resolution is provided by the calculator's 320 x 240 pixels. Users can use a USB cable to connect the calculator to Mac and PC computers. The calculator also has up to 10 graphing functions for analyzing equations simultaneously.



    Jeremy Hudson
    Written on April 29, 2019
    "This is certainly the best calculator in the market. It's my first time using a calculator from Texas Instruments and it seems that I may have hit the jackpot on this one. I wish I had this back in my day. I would have had a breeze getting my Engineering diploma. 👍"
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    #2Sharp EL-W516XBSL

    Sharp EL-W516XBSL

    The 4-line LCD of this calculator can fit up to 12 digits. Solar power and battery-power may both be used to operate the calculator. It can perform 535 functions suited for math, pre-algebra, algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and biology.



    Liu Yang
    Written on April 29, 2019
    "Relatively cheap but it got me through my Algebra finals when I couldn't find my trusty calc. I can't really complain. 🙌 It's good for when you wanna math on a budget. My sister uses this from to time too as a scientific notation calculator for her class."
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    #3 Casio PRIZM FX-CG10 PRIZM Color

      Casio PRIZM FX-CG10 PRIZM Color

    The calculator has a 3.7 inch full-color LCD screen which allows users to graph atop of real-life scenes. It has a 16MB memory storage and a PC link port. As a complex number calculator, it has a fraction key.



    Wang Sun
    Written on April 29, 2019
    "Suuuuuper fancy stuff 💸. I only saw a professor of mine use this in class back in college. I never truly dreamed of owwning one until my sister gave this to me as a Christmas gift! Needless to say, I was ecstatic. I can now be one of those teachers with cool calculators 🤓"
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    #4Casio FX-9860GII

    Casio FX-9860GII

    The FX-9860GII is an improved version of 9860G. Its key functions are its data transfer from unit-to-unit and unit-to-computer, unit conversion, REF/RREF function, Chi-squared GOF function, and many more. The calculator is 6.8 inches long.



    Linda Zhong
    Written on April 29, 2019
    "Calculators are investments. If you buy a really good one, you won't have to burn cash on buying replacements for your cheap ones. This calculator is the investment you need especially as a person in the field of STEM. I've had my 9860GII for 4 years now 💪💪💪"
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    #5Texas Instruments Nspire CX CAS

    Texas Instruments Nspire CX CAS

    The Computer Algebra System feature of this calculator enables a deeper understanding of abstract concepts in math and science subjects. Users can write in notes beside the calculations on the screen. It has a 3.2-inch color display.


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    Judith Wood
    Written on April 29, 2019
    "This does not come cheap. But even though it may put a serious dent on your bank account, you will never feel like you need anything else more than what Nspire provides. I'm a true #TexasInstrumentsBeliever 💞 and this has got me through college!"
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    #6HP 35S

    HP 35S

    Equipped with 800 independent storage registers, the calculator lets users switch between RPN and algebraic entry-system logic. The display has a 2-line display feature for entries, results, and menus. It also has 100 built-in functions.



    Emma Wu
    Written on April 29, 2019
    "STEM girl here and my Engineering classes aren't easy. I'm just glad my HP 35S hasn't let me down so far... Most especially during finals week! Crazy how long its battery life is considering that I use it day in and day out with uni. 🌞"
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    #7PRYMAX TX800 CE


    The 11 modes of this calculator let users perform arithmetic, permutation, factorial, function (graph), etc. with its multi-calculating functions. It is powered by 4 AAA batteries and has a 128 x 64 pixel LCD screen for high visibility.


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    Daisy Wu
    Written on April 29, 2019
    "Love that this is a calculator with fractions. Bought one for my teenage son and so far, it's holding up with the functions he needs for high school. No complaints so far from his side, I use this to compute for taxes 👌. I hope this takes him to places!"
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    #8Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus

    Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus

    The calculator screen has a 64 x 96-pixel display while the unit has a 160KB Flash ROM memory. It can be powered with four AAA batteries and a backup lithium battery. It is approved for use on the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, IB, Praxis, and other exams.



    Adam Peters
    Written on April 29, 2019
    "The best inverse function calculator one for me (along with the ones online). I learned how to find the inverse of a quadratic function with this baby, too! I lend this to the kids I tutor and babysit and they're saying finding the inverse function graph has been easier because of me! Thanks, TI. 🙌👍"


Best What are the best inverse function calculators
1Texas Instruments TI-84 CEElectronics 20 Paid
2Sharp EL-W516XBSLElectronics 12 Paid
3 Casio PRIZM FX-CG10 PRIZM ColorElectronics 10 Paid
4Casio FX-9860GIIElectronics 3 Paid
5Texas Instruments Nspire CX CASElectronics 3 Paid
6HP 35SElectronics 2 Paid
7PRYMAX TX800 CEElectronics 1 Paid
8Texas Instruments TI-83 PlusElectronics 1 Paid

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