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Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus CE Graphing Calculator Giveaway | Ends 9.21.18

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Who knew math and science could be so stylish?!? This super-slim graphing calculator, available in a bold array of math and science-themed colors, takes students from middle school math and science classes all the way through high school and into advanced college courses. We’re talking everything from chemistry to calculus AND students can even use it to learn to code.

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The TI-84 Plus CE is 30% thinner and lighter with 6 times the memory of the TI-84 Plus. And thanks to a powerful rechargeable battery, it can last students up to a month on a single charge.

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Graphing Calculator Giveaway

One reader will receive TI-84 Plus CE Graphing Calculator from Texas Instruments (RV $150). See below for terms & conditions. Open to U.S. residents of the 48 contiguous United States. You must be 18 years old to enter to win. This giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST on 9.21.18

All entries will be verified. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Entrants who have created social accounts purely for the purpose of entering Competitions or Sweepstakes will not be eligible to win.

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The winner will be chosen randomly through Giveaway Tools and contacted via email. A reply to the winning email is required within 48 hours before a new winner is chosen. Void where prohibited by law. One person entering per household, please. The Review Wire is not responsible for shipment of prize.

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4 Comment

  1. Reply
    Margaret Smith
    September 13, 2018 at 1:53 pm

    My best tip is to start at a young age with math and make it like a game. Also encouragement and positive reinforcement works wonders.

  2. Reply
    Celia George
    September 14, 2018 at 11:30 am

    These are beautiful calculators and TI are the best ones!

  3. Reply
    Mary Beth Elderton
    September 15, 2018 at 9:53 am

    Ask questions. Have kids find out how something works. Why some thing is like it is. Exactly how hot/cold, deep, large/small things are. (Special note: My 16 yo grand-daughter is a high school junior this year. She told me that her Physics teacher looks just like Chris Pratt. I have a feeling that will help keep up her interest in science LOL)

  4. Reply
    Nicole Lancaster
    September 21, 2018 at 4:01 pm

    My tip for getting my kids interested in science and math is looking for fun activities that involve these subjects. For example fun science kits, STEM toys, robot building.

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