Math Subject Test Calculator

<p>My calculator (ti-84 plus) has a program for solving quadratic equations, it is slightly faster than graphing and finding the zeros. Is that allowed on the math lvl 2? Are programs in general allowed?</p>

<p>I'm also wondering if it is ok for the SAT (non-subject-test / mathematical reasoning) though I probably won't need it there.</p>

<p>If it isn't allowed, no one will know, so it doesn't really matter. I think programs are allowed though. Would you mind sharing the name of the program?</p>

<p>I don't really know if there is an actual name for it. The site I got it from just calls it quadratic formula (because that is basically what it does) </p>

<p>I got it from here
<a href="http://math.arizona.edu/%7Ekrawczyk/Calculator/TI83PLUS/TI83PQF.html%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://math.arizona.edu/~krawczyk/Calculator/TI83PLUS/TI83PQF.html&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>And entered it in myself, because my connectivity cable is hidden somewhere deep in my closet.</p>

<p>Well, your calculator memory will not be cleared before or after the test. Therefore, you can use whatever is stored in your calculator memory.</p>

<p>Do whatever. I don't know if it's not allowed, but 99% of proctors won't notice unless you're playing Block dude or something.</p>