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Introduction to the TI-92: handheld computer algebra Bernhard Kutzler | ||||||||||||||||||||||||
An introduction to working with the TI-92 and is intended for self study. By means of selected examples, the usage of the calculator is introduced step by step, covering all the calculator's application modules. - symbolic manipulation (computer-algebra) - 2D and 3D graphics - interactive geometry - spreadsheet editor - text editor - program editor. It presents all details necessary to carry out practical work, for example preparing a lesson or solving some homework. In the last chapter, examples of how the TI-92 can be integrated as a tool for teaching mathematics are given. 184 pages, 9.99 Pounds, 1997 | ||||||||||||||||||||||||
Great TI-92 Programs: Vol 1 Bernhard Kutzler and David R Stoutemyer | ||||||||||||||||||||||||
Quickly learn TI-92 skills. This booklet gives step-by-step instructions on how to download the interactive lessons and use them. The booklet includes numerous screen images for comparison. Leave your 500-page guidebook at home. Load then use the interactive help for the major functions, common error messages, and key combinations. Extend the power of your TI-92. Load then use programs which include: contour plots and plots of implicitly defined functions; implicit derivatives and Fourier series; exact and approximate solution of differential equations; vector calculus in rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinates; turtle graphics, physical unit conversion, emulation of some DERIVE features on the TI-92 and vice-versa. Includes diskette with interactive lessons, online help, implicit plotting, solving systems of equations and ODEs, unit conversion, turtle graphics and more. Requires a TI-92, TI-GraphLink cable, a PC with Win3.1 or Win95, or a Macintosh. 64 pages plus disk, 9.99 Pounds, 1997. | ||||||||||||||||||||||||
Solving Linear Equations with the TI-92 Bernhard Kutzler | ||||||||||||||||||||||||
This text shows experiments for learning how to solve linear equations by means of the numeric method of table refinement, the graphical method of intersection point determination, and the algebraic method of equivalence transformation. In addition the approach follows the educational concepts of visualisation and the scaffolding method. Instructions are given for solving linear equations with integral, fractional, and algebraic coefficients. Degenerate systems are also discussed. 36 pages, 3.99 Pounds, 1997 | ||||||||||||||||||||||||
Solving Systems of Linear Equations with the TI-92 Bernhard Kutzler | ||||||||||||||||||||||||
This text shows experiments for learning how to solve linear equations by means of the numeric method of table refinement, the graphical method of intersection point determination, and the algebraic methods of Gaussian elimination and substitution. In addition the approach follows the educational concepts of visualisation and the scaffolding method. Instructions are given for solving systems of linear equations with integral, fractional, and algebraic coefficients. Degenerate systems are also discussed. 36 pages, 3.99 Pounds, 1997 | ||||||||||||||||||||||||
Introduction to the TI-89 (Part 1) Bernhard Kutzler | ||||||||||||||||||||||||
The TI-89 is a new calculator that combines numeric computation and graph plotting with symbolic computation (computer algebra). After the numerical and the graphical pocket calculators, the TI-89, as a symbolic pocket calculator, introduces a new dimension in mobile mathematical problem solving. The TI-89 is an ideal tool for virtually any environment: office, lecture room, classroom, home, car, train, school bus... This book is an introduction to working with the TI-89 and is intended for self study. By means of selected examples, the usage of the calculator is introduced step by step, covering all of the calculator's application modules (when combined with Part 2). - symbolic computation (computer algebra based on DERIVE) - 2D graphics - tables The TI-89 is presented with all details necessary to carry out practical work, as, for example, in preparing a lesson or solving homework assignments. 62 pages, 6.99 Pounds, 1998. | ||||||||||||||||||||||||
Introduction to the TI-89 (Part 2) Bernhard Kutzler | ||||||||||||||||||||||||
Part 2 follows on from the above to cover:- - 2D and 3D graphics - the data editor - the text editor - the program editor 62 pages, 6.99 Pounds, 1998. | ||||||||||||||||||||||||
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