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Casio Calculator FX9750GII with Powerful Graphing and Mathematics Functions
This graphing calculator with an onscreen icondriven menu provides easy access to advanced functions and is allowed during AP, SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, and ACT college exams.
 Quick Pie Charts & Bar Graphs
 USB connectivity for file sharing
 Highresolution LCD display
 HighSpeed 62KB RAM CPU
 Intuitive software design
 Product Dimensions: 1 x 4 x 6 inches
 Item Weight: 7.5 ounces
 Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
 Manufacturer: CASIO
 Item model number: FX9750GII
 Batteries: 4 AAA batteries required.
Casio Graphing Calculator FX9750GII
The FX9750GII calculator is readytogo right out of the package and comes packed with functionality: USB connectivity, abundant operating memory, and AP features come together to provide a powerful tool designed to support student success.
Suggested Courses
The Casio calculator FX9750GII is designed to support a deeper understanding of mathematics in the following coursework: PreAlgebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, AP Calculus, AP Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Finance & Business.
Exam Allowance
This Casio FX9750GII graphing calculator is permitted for use on the PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, and ACT college entrance exams and AP tests.
Hardware Features
Casio's useroriented hardware design comes loaded with powerful classroom functionality you need in an intuitive, easytouse interface that is quick and simple for students to master.
HighResolution LCD
The Casio calculator FX9750GII features a highresolution LCD display with enlarged dotarea technology that produces sharp, easytosee formulas, graphics, and statistical data representation to enhance student comprehension.
HighSpeed CPU
With the FX9750GII's 62KB RAM, lengthy calculations, and complex graphics are produced with immediate ease. The accelerated processing speed results in accurate, swift calculations that support student success, especially at test time.
USB Connectivity
Getting connected is simple with the FX9750GII's builtin USB functionality. Share data with your FX9750GII to other calculators, connect with your PC (Program Link software sold separately), or display your screen via direct connection to a Casio projector.
Software Features
Casio's intuitive software design facilitates a student's grasp of mathematical concepts by encouraging student engagement with mathematics rather than memorization of keys to effectively promote student success.
Power Graphic
 Dot matrix display (64 × 128 dots)
 Probability
 Inequality Graphing
 Rectangular coordinate graphing, Polar coordinate graphing
 Integration graph
 Parametric function graphing
 Trace, Zoom (box zoom, zoom in, zoom out, auto zoom)
 Table and Graph
 Dual Graph (table and graph, graph and graph)
 Sketch (tangent line, normal line, inverse function)
 Solve (root, minimum, maximum, intersection, integration)
 Dynamic graph
 Conic section graph
 Recursion graph
 Listbased onevariable and twovariable statistical analysis
 Statistical regression calculations
 Statistical plot (scatter plot, x y Line, normal probability plot, histogram, box plot)
 Statistical regression graphs (linear, medmed, quadratic, cubic, quartic, logarithmic, exponential, power, sinusoidal, logistic regression)
 Advanced statistical calculations: tests (Ztest, ttest, Chi square test, Ftest, ANOVA), intervals (Zinterval, tinterval), distributions
 Pie chart
 Bar graph
 Power functions (square root, cubic root, square, power, radical root)
 GCD/LCM
 Coordinate conversion (Pol, Rec)
 Combination/Permutation (nCr, nPr)
 Factorial, Inverse, random numbers, Fractions
 Logical operations
 Matrix calculations
 Complex number calculations
 Basen calculations/conversions
 List data calculations
 Metric Conversion
 Numeric equation solver, simultaneous equations, polynomial equations
 Programming
 Icon menu
 User memory: 62,000 bytes
 Data communication
 USB port

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User Reviews
User: David Rogers
User Rating: ★★★★★
The ease of use of this casio graphing calculator and its several functions I'm wonderful. Many people who swear by Texas Instruments products should take more involved calculations and perform them on a Casio of this type and the top of the top of the line TI.I believe an avid user will choose Casio everytime.
User: Robert McCl
User Rating: ★★★★★
Just as a heads up everyone has the Texas Instrument calculator and that's the one instructors will teach. That being said, the differences are not significant enough that you won't be able to figure it out. And I really like this calculator. I've used it through a whole semester of precalculus and the only trouble I've had is going directly to a specific point on a graph, but I think I just haven't figured that out yet. Overall this is a good graphing calculator for half the price. If you're on a budget, get this casio calculator fx9750gii.
User: song
User Rating: ★★★★
It has all the feature I need for STAT 300. The only problem is figuring out which button to use. It did come with a manual which helped with accessing some of the features, but I wish it would list all the steps instead of explaining what it is use for.
User: Mike Gloria
User Rating: ★★★
Not nearly as intuitive as the fx115 series, but I think w/ practice it will outperform the TI8X series. I have both and this one has the far better display. Retrospectively I would probably spend the extra for the color display if you're going to need this for more than two semesters of higherorder math.
User: Shihab
User Rating: ★★★★★
its a good product. here are a few cons with this calculator, but due to the price, I will not deduct a star for them. For one, the print on the screen is not as pretty as a Ti and the calculation speed for large calculations may be a tad slower than an 84. It also isnt as easily programmable, but who cares? The functionality of the device is very
intuitive and many problems can be done without the aid of the book. The way the menus are designed allows some problems to be done much quicker than on the Ti. For instance, if you are doing probability calculations that involve the combination "C(n,r)" fucntion, that function becomes one of the "function keys". Hence, every time you need to access that function within a problem, it is already there. On the Ti, that function is buried in menus and you have to maneuver through those menus every time you need to access the function, thereby making the problem more laborious.
If by chance you ever do need the book, which is inevitable, you will see the biggest area where Casio has a leg up on Ti. The books that come with Ti calculators are notoriously useless and are of little to no help. The Casio documentation, on the other hand, is extremely helpful. Functions are easy to find and understand. The book is well organized with easy to follow examples. Casio could teach Ti a thing or two (or a thousand) about helpful documentation.
User: Alexis M.
User Rating: ★★★★★
Great graphing calculator for a inexpensive price. My daughter is in Algebra 2 and needed a graphing calculator. As she is not likely to take higher level math classes I didn't want to spend $150  $200 which most graphing calculators cost. I felt fortunate to have found this one and it seems to do everything that she needs it to do in Algebra 2.
User: MobiusNZ
User Rating: ★★★★★
It works and the price was good as it was specified as required for my daughters senior years in High School. Be interesting to see if they ever actually make use of the advanced features as they haven't yet.
Seems expensive for something that by todays standards isn't exactly "powerful"  A cheap $40 "smart phone" has more processing power and a full colour screen.
User: RA
User Rating: ★★★★★
Purchased this a few years ago and it is still working. It is not as popular as TI calculators so you need to watch YouTube videos to figure out how to do a lot of things, but if you practice with it you can get through college level stats.
In all honesty I think that if I had gotten a TI I would have had a better time in class because I would have spent more time on homework and not learning the calculator and the TIs seemed to do our homework for us, even the nonprogrammable calculators :(.
User: sameer a.
User Rating: ★★★★★
Economical Graphing Calculator  Casio calculator fx9750gii. The Casio G9750 is an incredibly worthy value for a graphing calculator. This is reasonably priced than many common graphing calculators used.
User: a.riddles
User Rating: ★★★★★
Cannot use for high school, the teacher uses the more expensive TI version and will not work with child who can't afford one. Had to borrow an old one from someone as school will not allow students to use school provided (paid for my taxes) TI calculator. Im just a little bitter. Calculator works as expected.