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Graphing Calculators

CASIO introduced the very first commercially available handheld graphing calculator in 1985 with the introduction of the fx-7000G. Today, CASIO offers a diverse range of advanced calculators designed for education, professional use, and everyday calculations. These include models with 3D graphing capabilities, programmable functions, and connectivity options to suit the evolving needs of users around the globe.

Current Calculator Models

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Advanced touch-screen grapher with built-in computer algebra system

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Back-lit color graphing calculator with MicroPython programming ability

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fx-9750GIII Grapher

Monochrome economic graphing calculator with MicroPython

National Exam Acceptance

CASIO's non-CAS graphing calculators are approved for all national exams and many state-specific exams including exams that provide a digital calculator for testing purposes. Please consult our state exam compliance page for more details.

SAT, AP and PSAT/NMSQT are registered trademarks of The College Board. ACT is a registered trademark of ACT, Inc. IB is a registered trademark of the International Baccalaureate Organization. None were involved in the production of nor endorse these products. Policies are subject to change.

State-level Exam Acceptance

United States Map of State Calculator Acceptance

Graphing Comparison Guide

The chart below outlines some of the main differentiators between CASIO calculator models.

The information offered in this comparison matrix was collected by an independent third party on behalf of Casio America, Inc. Although the information in this chart is processed from sources believed to be reliable, no warranty, express or implied, is made regarding accuracy, adequacy, completeness, or permanency of any information. 

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