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The Explorer TI-73 ViewScreen Graphing Calculator joins our popular line of handheld technology providing a larger screen alternative for teachers who feel limited by the two-line display of other fraction and scientific models. The Explorer TI-73 is completely compatible with existing TI-73 classroom accessories and related curricular materials for upper elementary through lower middle grades from fractions through pre-algebra.
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