Texas Instruments sells its TI SmartView 84 Plus emulator software for both Windows and Mac OS.Does anyone know of a good scientific/graphing calculator app that has the same functions as a Ti 84-89. Basically I need it for calculus and engineering stuff when I don't feel like pulling out a real calculator...
159$ is laughable. You can get MATLAB's student licence for 89$...Texas Instruments sells its TI SmartView 84 Plus emulator software for both Windows and Mac OS.
I have used it on Windows and it works well. I haven't used the Mac version.
I paid $0. Check your institution. You said you wanted graphing calculator software that had the same functions as a TI 84. That's not what Matlab is. Can't get closer than this emulator. I use Wolfram's Mathematica for the heavy duty stuff or for projects I assign. Mathematica is the premier symbolic math program. Our students get it free for the year. Matlab seems to be more popular in engineering departments though.159$ is laughable. You can get MATLAB's student licence for 89$...
I personally use spotlight (command+space) for little calculations. Mac OS' Grapher for plotting simple functions. I run Python in terminal for algebraic math in simple problems. And finally MATLAB when **** gets real.
There's also PEMDAS for the dashboard that's pretty decent and more calculator like.