Hey, I'm in of person who has a patch for a quadratic equation for a TI-84. Thank you!
Topic by math hater | last reply
I have attempted to download the emualtor for the gameboy on my ti nspire cas. But it did not work, i'm pretty sure it won't work, because in the readme file it said they only tested it on the ti nspire.
Question by flashanimator | last reply
Im used to writing programs for the Ti-84, but my school made us switch to nspires and writing programs are completely different. how do i use input commands?
Question by holy_cow | last reply
For example, if you are uploading an application, can you have the TI-84 display Something like "Uploading"?
Question by Ha4xor4life | last reply
I have been making some and i want to see what other people have made and see how so i can farther my understanding
Question by evilskaterpyro | last reply
I have the TI-84 Plus Silver Edition and I have some questions. First I need to know how to graph the equation (x is greater than or equal to y) Also I put the quadratic program on my calculator but it gives the answer in decimal form, how do I view it in fraction form or is that even possible??
Topic by thouse | last reply
I'm having trouble loading "TI-connect" on my mac so that I can write programs for the ti-84 on the computer. After downloading ti-connect, I click on it, and it seems to want to install it again. I've done the complete loop, repeating the download process about 4 times. Do any of you know what to do?
Topic by Toga_Dan | last reply
I accidentally deleted all my archives on my calculator and that deleted all my applications, like block dude and stuff like that and i want to get them back, I have a connector cable to other calculators and the computer. Thanks
Question by squirt8500 | last reply
My TI Nspire CX CAS just arrived in the mail today! It's an upgrade from a TI84, and my reliable old TI82. Just a quick search yields a lot of information on how this calculator can be used as much more than a graphing calc. There is software available for scientific use, which incorporates specially designed probes to measure everything from sound to pH levels. One that caught my eye as a possible diy project was a microphone. It appears that there is an application that is capable of measuring and mapping sound waves. An interfacing microphone. Can't be too difficult, can it? As soon as it arrived, I popped on to Instructables and did searches for anything Nspire CX related, but received the dreaded "no results found". I'll have to get to work. Does anyone have any experience with this calculator or it's data functionality? Thanks!
Question by huck alexander | last reply
I just got a TI-85 at a yard sale for a dollar. I already have a TI-84, so I have no need for it for school. Any ideas on what I use it for? Can I take it apart , build anything with it? Here are the specs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TI-85#Technical_specifications. It has a Zilog 800 cpu
Question by Bostonians | last reply
Hello everyone, I am in a precalculus class, and I am attempting to do a project on practical application. The majority of students use the TI-84 for various math courses. They are also available in the library to rent. Unfortunately, few students take the time to actually use this wonderful tool. I would like to create a web-type video that can be posted on the course's forums, giving a demonstration on creating simple TI-84 programs that could be used to make life a little easier. Take a concept out of the book, and demonstrate the practical use. Most of my hobby activity involves electronics of some sort. I have a bad habit of explaining things far too technically. I have difficulty explaining things in simple terms. My goal with this project is to learn how to explain concepts in terms others can understand, and possibly to help someone else learn. After many scrapped ideas and half written programs, I was thinking of writing a simple program that calculated the maximum number of lightbulbs that could be safely connected to a 15 Amp breaker. I suppose it would be easy enough to allow the rating of the breaker to be a variable, but first things first. Don't want to get too advanced before I have a clear working model. Can anyone suggest another role that functions play in our every day electrical/electronic life? Many thanks.
Question by huck alexander | last reply
I want to hook up a Ti-84 to my PPC-6700. i was wondering if first if this is possible and second if this is a "good" way to get programs on to it... don't ask me why i cant just hook them up to my computer... i will just say that i cant. the way it would most likely work is through both of the usb ports... (one on each device).
Question by girrrrrrr2 | last reply
I already have a program that simplifies radicals but dont feel like adding on a feature to take in consideration of things being added to it or subtracted from it. Anyone know of a site that has the source for a program like that, if not i guess i will just have to do it myself.
Question by froggyman | last reply
I am trying to make a transfer cable for my TI-84 Plus Silver Edition Calculator. It came with a USB-mini to USB-mini cable, but it has two ports on top. One for a USB-mini cable, and one for an I/O cable, with 3/32 TRS jacks (2.5mm) from Radio Shack. I am wondering how to connect two TRS jacks together to make a transfer cable. I don't know what kind of wire to use, or how the wires should be connected.
Question by Pettrocity | last reply
At my school we are required to have these TI-83 plus calculators for math. Of course we have classic games and stuff that we put on there, but we want to try to put an infrared emitter and detector on it so we could send IM's within the room to each other. Kinda like texting. Could anyone help us by suggesting ways to do this?
Topic by Jordo | last reply
I've been working on some programs for my calculator recently and have decided to share them. I made these myself from scratch. If you want to modify go ahead just credit me. Don't sell them. And don't use them in math class if your teacher says not to. The programs are a follows: a quadratic formula solver, parabola solver, slope of a linear equation finder, and y-intercept finder. The programs work on TI-83's and TI-84's. If you have questions on how to use them or how to put them on your calculator please leave a comment!
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This is the third in a series of data-analysis posts. Check out the first here. I love statistics, analysis, and raw data and so thought I'd share some of the really cool stuff with you. Thanks to trebuchet03 for helping with this and actually crafting the queries. Here are the Instructables published in 2007 with the greatest number of positive ratings (I know the year isn't over yet, but we're close enough):Instructable - Number of positive ratings1. Invisible Book Shelf - 4812. Laser Flashlight Hack!! - 2173. Wallet made from a computer keyboard - 1774. 25MM Pneumatic Sniper Rifle - 1715. How to take AWESOME night photos WITHOUT a tripod - 1626. How to Make Your Own Prototypes : How to make your own Plastic Vacuum Former - 1557. Build a Tetris DVD (or book) shelf - 1408. How to Make a Three Axis CNC Machine (Cheaply and Easily) - 1369. Zippo Trick: The Twilight Zone - 13310. Build a Nintendo NES PC - 12811. Easy to Build Desk Top 3 Axis CNC Milling Machine - 12812. The Aluminum can Crucible - 12813. The Ice Bulb - 12214. Hidden Door Bookshelf - 12115. Creating a 3D effect with image editing software (GIMP or Photoshop) - 11916. RGB Color Controllable High Power LED Room + Spot Lighting - 11817. Extreme Business Cards - 11518. Jar of Fireflies - 10919. Improve your digital camera extremely - 10920. Paracord bracelet with a side release buckle - 10621. String Tripod - 10622. Matchsticks Cube (no glue) - 10423. the 50mph trike - 9924. European 4-in-1 maille (chainmail) speedweaving - 9925. Credit-Card Flower Box (Fridge Magnet) - 9826. Knobby All Terrain Rubber Wallet with Optional Smack-lights (Drop Alert Sensor) - 9827. How to build a sit down driving arcade cabinet - 9728. T-Shirt Rack ( with NeckSaver) - 9629. Magic Duct Tape Wallet - 9430. Electromagnetic Floater - 9431. Programmable LED - 9232. Pringles Wind Turbine (Pleech) - Version One - 9133. Build yourself a portable home - a mongolian yurt - 9134. How to solder - 9035. R/C Steam Turbine Tank - 8836. How to recycle office paper into blank books - 8837. realistic werewolf costume - 8638. Interactive Multitouch Display - 8539. Accordion-Style Card Wallet - 8440. Lock Someone To A Tree Without Ropes, Chains, Or Any Other Ties (updated 25/07/07) - 8441. Concrete Countertops for the Kitchen - Solid Surface on the Cheap - 8342. Han Solo in carbonite chocolate bar! - 8343. Circuits for using High Power LED's - 8344. [https://www.instructables.com/id/12-Volt-Battery-Hack!-You_ll-be-Surprised... 12 Volt Battery Hack! You'll be Surprised...] - 8245. Guide to field Soldering - 8246. Hack a Toilet for free water. - 8147. Power LED's - simplest light with constant-current circuit - 7948. The Spiral Data Tato -- A Curiously Complex Origami CD Case - 7949. The End of the Chip Clip - 7950. Etched Minty Valentines Candy Box - 78
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