Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments TI36X Pro Calculator
Advanced, fourline TI36X Pro scientific calculator, with higherlevel math and science functionality, is ideal for computer science and engineering courses in which graphing technology may not be permitted.
 Fourline display
 One and twovariable statistics
 MultiView™ display shows multiple calculations at the same time on screen
 Select degrees/radians, floating/fix, number format modes
 Choose from three solvers: numeric equation, polynomial and system of linear equations
 Display a defined function in a tabular form
 Determine the numeric derivative and integral for real functions
 Perform vectors and matrices using a vector and matrix entry window
Advanced, FourLine TI36X Pro Scientific Calculator with HigherLevel Math and Science Functionality
Ideal for students at every level, from junior high school algebra to college calculus, the Texas Instruments TI36X Pro calculator packs a lot of punch in a small, inexpensive unit. This solarpowered calculator combines features for statistical analysis, Boolean logic operations, and unit conversions in one sleek package.
Math students will appreciate TI36X's ability to perform fractional equations and calculate angle units (radians, grads, degrees) when performing trigonometric functions. Everyone will find the calculator's English/metric conversions helpful.
The TI36X Pro calculator singleline LCD is a little difficult to read when the unit is lying on a desk, and users in need of graphing functions will have to look elsewhere. Overall, however, for a calculator in this price range, the TI36X provides enough power for most highlevel math and science needs.
View multiple calculations at the same time
Compare results and explore patterns onscreen with the MultiView display, which supports up to four lines.
Builtin solvers
Intuitive prompts allow one to easily solve numeric equation, polynomial and system of linear equations.
See math exactly as it appears in textbooks
See math expressions, symbols and stacked fractions exactly the way they appear in textbooks, no need to adapt to a technical syntax; also provides quick access to frequently used functions.
Easytouse mode menu
The menu is structured for easy, intuitive access to commands; select degrees/radians, floating/fix, Classic/MathPrint™ or number format.
Explore (x,y) table of values
Students can easily explore an (x,y) table of values for a given function, automatically or by entering specific x values.
Builtin functionality
 Review and edit previous entries via a scrollable home screen
 Paste inputs or outputs into new calculations
 MathPrint™ entry and output mode for viewing calculations in math notation, including answers in terms of pi, square roots and fraction
 Three solvers – numeric equation, polynomial and system of linear equations
 Numeric derivative and integral for real functions
 Vectors and Matrices
 Symbolic notation of π
 Toggle key to change the form of answers between exact and decimal approximation
 Stacked Fractions and Fraction functions
 Fraction/decimal/percent conversions
 Change between improper fractions and mixed numbers
 Automatic simplification of fractions
 Random number and random integer generator
 Central MODE menu for selecting calculator mode settings
 Menu settings
 Functions accessed directly through keys or through pulldown menus
 Negation key
 One constant operator feature
 Combinations and permutations
 Trigonometry
 Hyperbolics
 Logs and antilogs
 Convert angles from degrees to radians to grads
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 Fixed decimal capability
 (x,y) Table feature with Auto and Askx options
 Basic Data/List Editor with three lists
 List Formulas
 One and twovariable statistics with permanent stat variable input storage
 EOS: (Equation Operating System)
 Nine physical constants
 Eighteen metric/English conversions
 Up to eight pending operations
 Up to 23 levels of parentheses
 Error recovery capability
 Auto Power Off
 Quick/easy reset of calculator via 2 key press or menu for exam purposes
 Seven memory variables (x,y,z,t,a,b,c)
 Scientific and engineering notation

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User Reviews
User: person
User Rating: ★★★★★
I bought it used. The case has some flaws but I do not mind. It is just the case. The calculator itself is shiny and like brand new. It functions well and the buttons are easy to press.
User: Richard from Wakefield, RI
User Rating: ★★★★
Generally speaking it's a great calculator. If I had to improve upon it I would probably change the color of the 6 chrome plated keys on the right side . Just difficult seeing the functions on the keys with the glare from the chrome color. Something to get used to I guess. Also, when the time comes to change the battery there is a neat video on UTUBE for doing just that. This calculator has all the functions for soving statistics, and advanced mathmatics/engineering problems. It is not a graphing calculator though. But the price is reasonable.
User: Wilmer Palomino
User Rating: ★★★★★
Great scientific calculator, my professor wouldnt allow any graphing calculators to be used on the exams, and this is the next best thing. It even calculates Vectors... it truly helped me get a B in Statics.
User: alexsmom
User Rating: ★★★★
My son was using TI36x Pro Calculator in 6th and most of 7th grade. He lost it right before the math state test. I purchased the TI36X for him and he loves this one as much as the TI34. As far as I can see the TI36x does eveything the TI34 plus more.
User: KELLY J JAWORSKI
User Rating: ★★★★★
Loved the calculator but when I showed up to take a Certified Quality Engineer test I was denied using it. I think there was some ignorance of the proctors understanding of the calculator features. I was supposed to be allowed using it if the memory wasn't programmable and no graphing which I didn't think this calculator had. Very disappointed and it rattled me. No worries, it still passed but I wish the proctors would get a list and wish ASQ would provide one.
User: Gus
User Rating: ★★★★
outstanding scientific calculators. If u have limitations on your need for one. This passes most tests and is allowed in a lot of settings. It is outstanding. Not to hard to learn and has a similar usage structure to the ti8189
User: Ethan
User Rating: ★★★★
Awesome calculator, but when I bought it in middle school many teachers will not let you use it because it automatically rationalizes fractions and square roots.
User: Kathy P.
User Rating: ★★★★★
Good calculator. Both my daughters needed scientific calculators. We bought this one as well as another brand. A day later we returned and purchased a second TI36X pro calculator. We are all pleased
User: Eva
User Rating: ★★★★★
Wow the best all around scientific calculator. Great for the FE. It can do a ton of stuff from binomial distribution to dot products for matrix.
User: Lisa A.
User Rating: ★★★★★
TI36X Pro Calculator. Excellent calculator! As a math teacher who has taught 6th12th grades, this is by far the best, most economical scientific calculator for anything from middle school prealgebra type classes to calculus! It's not a graphing calculator, but it does a LOT!