Texas Instruments is one of the best known companies for creating graphing calculators. In this video tutorial you will see how to use a little known feature that lets you create pretty elaborate drawings on it. This is a great timewaster in math class! Who needs algebra or geography anyways? Art class is what you need, art class on a graphing calculator.
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