TI 84 Plus silver not suitable for calculus?

<p>Hey, I was doing some research on which calculator was appropiate for calculus. And from the reccomendations from CC I read that a TI 84 + was fine. But I am looking at: Which</a> Calculator Is Right for Me? by Texas Instruments - US and Canada and calculus is not checked off for the ti 84 +. Can someone please calrify?</p>

<p>Everyone I know who has taken BC at my school has had an 83 or 84. You're fine with either.</p>

<p>Ok thanks. idk why it says it's not suitable calc...</p>

<p>yeah you're fine</p>

<p>They just want you to purchase the more expensive Ti-89 or the Ti-Nspire.</p>

<p>The TI-89 will perform symbolic manipulations. That gives you a great deal more power when working with indefinite integrals.</p>

<p>With that said, I used an 84-Silver and did just fine in the class and on the exam. The 84 will compute definite integrals.</p>

<p>You don't even need more than a TI-83 Plus. I used that for AB and got an A and a 5 on the exam. Plan on doing the same with BC this year.</p>