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AC
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From:
ny
Registered:
5/4/11


Casio Prizm
Posted:
May 25, 2011 9:31 PM


I recently attended a Casio Prizm conference to see their newest addition to the Casio family. During the conference I was show functionalities that I am not sure are allowed on the NYS Regents exams. Can anyone tell me if reducing radicals, polynomial root finders, graphing inequalities, solving systems of equations or logarithms with bases other than 10 are allowed on a graphing calculator for the regents exams. Any information would be greatly appreciated! Thanks AC



