TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator For Dummies
- Display numbers in normal, scientific, or engineering notations
- Perform basic calculations, deal with angles, and solve equations
- Create and investigate geometric figures
- Graph functions, inequalities, or transformations of functions
- Create stat plots and analyze statistical data
- Create probability experiments like tossing coins, rolling dice, and so on
- Save calculator files on your computer
- Add applications to your calculator so that it can do even more
TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator For Dummies was written by C.C. Edwards, author of TI-83 Plus Graphing Calculator For Dummies, who has a Ph.D. in mathematics and teaches on the undergraduate and graduate levels. The book doesn’t delve into high math, but it does use appropriate math examples to help you delve into:
- Using the Equation Solver
- Using GeoMaster and its menu bar to construct lines, segments, rays, vectors, circles, polygons, perpendicular and parallel lines, and more
- Creating a slide show of transformations of a graph
- Using the Inequality Graphing application to enter and graph inequalities and solve linear programming problems
There’s even a handy tear-out cheat sheet to remind you of important keystrokes and special menus, And since you’ll quickly get comfortable with the built-in applications, there’s a list of ten more you can download and install on your calculator so it can do even more! TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator For Dummies is full of ways to increase the value of your TI–84 Plus exponentially.
Part I: Making Friends with the Calculator.
Chapter 1: Coping with the Basics.
Chapter 2: Doing Basic Arithmetic.
Chapter 3: The Math and Angle Menus.
Chapter 4: Solving Equations.
Part II: Doing Geometry.
Chapter 5: Using GeoMaster.
Chapter 6: Constructing Geometric Figures.
Chapter 7: Finding Measurements.
Chapter 8: Performing Transformations.
Part III: Graphing and Analyzing Functions.
Chapter 9: Graphing Functions.
Chapter 10: Exploring Functions.
Chapter 11: Evaluating Functions.
Chapter 12: Graphing Transformations.
Chapter 13: Graphing Inequalities.
Part IV: Probability and Statistics.
Chapter 14: Probability.
Chapter 15: Simulating Probabilities.
Chapter 16: Dealing with Statistical Data.
Chapter 17: Analyzing Statistical Data.
Part V: Communicating with PCs and Other Calculators.
Chapter 18: Communicating with a PC Using TI Connect™.
Chapter 19: Communicating Between Calculators.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 20: Eight Topics That Didn’t Make the Book.
Chapter 21: Ten Great Applications.
Chapter 22: Eight Common Errors.
Chapter 23: Eleven Common Error Messages.
Appendix A: Creating and Editing Matrices.
Appendix B: Using Matrices.
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|Bonus Chapter 1 - Using Capri Jr.||251.62 KB||Click to Download|
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|Bonus Chapter 3 - Finding Measurements||274.40 KB||Click to Download|
|Bonus Chapter 4 - Performing Transformations||241.44 KB||Click to Download|
|Bonus Chapter 5 - Creating Calculator Programs||282.41 KB||Click to Download|
|Bonus Chapter 6 - Controlling Program Flow||344.33 KB||Click to Download|
|Bonus Chapter 7- Controlling Program Input and Output||275.88 KB||Click to Download|