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Hey there, I've been thinking about writing CAS guides for both Methods and Specialist, but have found it a little difficult to proceed when there are two CAS calculators students use. I personally used the Ti-Nspire CAS in VCE, but I felt it would be incomplete without having the Casio Classpad guide included, so I've been putting it off. Just also want to add that I truly don't believe you need to write your own CAS functions to do well in VCE Maths. I find that sometimes it over-complicates often trivial tasks and takes away from the mathematical processes that are being used. Remember, you actually need to write down your working and reasoning, not just chuck in some numbers, expressions and variables into a CAS function that outputs the answer.

**Side note:** I'm really sorry that I haven't been able to put out many guides after the first one. I've been so freakin busy with Uni and haven't really found the time to do anything for the concise guides threads. I've been trying to stay active on the forums, but honestly, as the uni semester progresses, it's just becoming harder and harder to do so. Perhaps once the mid-semester break comes around, I'll make up for it by writing a few. (But again, we'll have to see)