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Overall, I would say that graphing calculators are more common at the high school level than computers, primarily because of cost. Most of the schools use graphing calculators with algebra II and above. In Mississippi, algebra I test at the end of the year requires the use of graphing calculators. I am not sure what you are referring to by math packages. There are some software packages out there that are used. Some places go to on-line sites through internet, like BOXERMATH. This may be the way to go since using material on-line could be more accessible for schools. -Claudia, for the Teacher2Teacher service
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