Texas Instruments BA-II Plus Financial Calculator
- Solves time-value-of-money calculations such as annuities, mortgages, leases, savings, and more.
- Generates amortization schedules.
- Performs cash-flow analysis for up to 24 uneven cash flows with up to 4-digit frequencies; computers NPV and IRR.
- Choose from 2 day-count methods (actual/actual or 30/360) to calculate bond price or yield to maturity or to call.
- 4 methods for calculating depreciation, book value, and remaining depreciable amount: SL, SYD, DB, DB with SL cross-over.
- List-based one- and two-variable statistics with four regression options: linear, logarithmic, exponential and power.
- Also computes: break-even calculations, interest conversions, delta %, profit and loss.
- Prompted display guides you through financial calculations showing current variable and label.
- Math functions include trigonometric calculations, natural logarithms, and powers.
- One Lithium 2032 Battery (Included)
- 10 User Memories
- Impact-Resistant Protective Cover With Quick Reference Card (Included)
- APD Automatic Power Down conserves power.
- Slide Case
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Of the 555 reviewers who responded, 537 would recommend this product.
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- Good Financial Calculator- April 29, 2008
this is a great financial calculator for any finance student or people in the financial working world. it has the ability to do just about any financial calculation (annuities, annuities due, NPV, IRR, cash flows, general investment problems and much more). it is fairly self explanitory to use and if it isnt then the paper insert on the cover will tell you most of what you need to know. the only downside i've found on this calculator was trying to find the NPV of cash flows in the billions of dollars because the calculator only goes to 10 digits and i couldnt find the 'carrot' symbol so i had to round off a few of the numbersYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Its does the job smushy buttons- February 21, 2020
This calculator main attraction is to calculate time value of money. Both present and future values. You can also get the term or interest rate if you need to calculate those. You cant press buttons quickly or the press wont be recognized. Otherwise its a great financial calculator. Ti also has a slightly more expensive version that the button presses are that of early smartphones (Blackberry and the like). I was tempted on getting that one but I can no longer return this model and my professor teaches out of this model. It has been around for a long time, just updates to the mold.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Perfect product- August 26, 2016
The BA II is easy to understand and use. It is consistently right in its calculations. It is not a bad deal for the price of $34.99. I borrowed a financial calculator from a friend who has an HP 10bII+. It was useless to me as I couldn't make any headway with it. I don't like having to read a whole instruction booklet before performing simple calculations like the TVM (time value of money). I fully recommend the TI (Texas Instruments) BA II Plus to those studying Finance or just needing a good financial calculator.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.