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[iOS iPad] Texas Instruments iPad Apps: TI-Nspire CAS & TI-Nspire Free

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[iOS iPad] Texas Instruments iPad Apps: TI-Nspire CAS & TI-Nspire Free

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More homework tools during home schooling.
serige;135595922 wrote:Texas Instruments has both apps free (normally $30 a piece) until 4/30 during COVID-19 outbreak.

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ti-nspire/id590823242

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ti-nspire-cas/id545351700

GraphNCalc83 ($5.99) also goes free to support students sent studying at home.

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/graphncalc83/id744882019
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Can I somehow lock this in on a PC or iPhone if I get a iPad later? Any instructions on how to do so? Can't seem to find it on my iPhone's app store. Thanks!
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What's the difference between the two? It says computer assembly system?
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xeodragon wrote: Can I somehow lock this in on a PC or iPhone if I get a iPad later? Any instructions on how to do so? Can't seem to find it on my iPhone's app store. Thanks!
It can be done on PC using older iTunes (12.6). It allows apps purchases.
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xeodragon wrote: Can I somehow lock this in on a PC or iPhone if I get a iPad later? Any instructions on how to do so? Can't seem to find it on my iPhone's app store. Thanks!
It's an iPad only app
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Thank-you OP! Super useful for home schooling, especially these days.
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vivibaby wrote: What's the difference between the two? It says computer assembly system?
They are identical, but

CAS = Computer Algebra System

So, why download the regular N-Spire? Because most schools do not allow you to use a CAS calculator in an exam.
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Gee wrote: They are identical, but

CAS = Computer Algebra System

So, why download the regular N-Spire? Because most schools do not allow you to use a CAS calculator in an exam.
But most schools will also not let you use it on a computer device right?

What does CAS have over the regular one then? Like if I was just doing work from home.

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