Step by Step TiNspire Apps – Blog

Step by Step TiNspire Apps – Blog

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Kuulin koulussa 3 ihmisen ryhmän puhuvan Calculus kurssista miten hän läpäisi kurssinsa sovelluksen, avulla joka näytti kaikki välivaihe ratkaisut.Luokkakaveri oli puhunut myöskin ohjelmasta, jonka nimi oli Calculus made easy, mikä näytti kuulemma välivaihe ratkaisut. Yhden matikan kurssin reputtaneena ja toisenkin ehkä myöskin, turhautumiseni matematiikka kolmannen matikan Calculus kurssiin alkoi olemaan stressaavaa.Päätin ostaa Calculus Made easy ohjelma TI-Nspire CX CAS laskimeen, tämä ohjelman avulla olen onnistunut tekemään kotitehtäviä jotka, ovat olleet haastavia minulle! Erittäin hyödyllinen ohjelma niille jotka eivät ole keskiverto tasoa matikan laskemisessa.

Ti-Nspire : Step by Step Definite Integrals

Computing definite Integrals using the 1. Fundamental Theorem of Calculus can be achieved using Calculus Made Easy at https://www.tinspireapps.com/?a=CME Use option 8 in the INTEGRATION menu Enter function f(x) and bounds [a,b] as shown below View the Integration steps, here, the Power Rule is applied. Lastly, plug the bounds into the above Antiderivative, subtract and that’s… (read more)

Ti NSpire CX: Implicit Differentiation – Step by Step

Using Calculus Made Easy on the TiNSpire CX at  https://www.tinspireapps.com/?a=CME choose IMPLICIT DIFFERENTIATION in the menu , then enter  the equation of a given curve as shown below: The Implicit Differentiation process continues until step 5) VOILA ! easy as pie! The handy TiNspire CX can not only Implicit Differentiation Step by Step but can do… (read more)

▷[Solved] Compute Limits in Calculus – Step by Step – using the TiNspire CX CAS

In your Calculus class you will be asked to compute limits. You should know that there is a variety of techniques to figure out limits such as via Factoring, via Common Denominator and of course via L’Hopital rule (which we covered in earlier posts already) . All these techniques can be applied using the Calculus… (read more)

▷Solved: Volume of Solid of Rotation by Washer Method using the TiNspire CX

Computing the Volume of a solid of rotation using the Washer or Shell Method can easily be performed using TiNSpire’s Calculus Made Easy app as follows. After selecting the Washer Method about x-axis just enter the upper U and lower function L (dont worry in case you swap them : the answer will be correct except… (read more)

▷Integration by Parts – Step by Step – using the Tinspire CX : Calculus Made Easy

Integration by Parts with steps is easily done using Calculus Made Easy (download : www.tinspireapps.com ) under the Integration tab. Enter your function as f(x) and your choices of u and v’ below. See example in image: Answer appears automatically with steps involved. Steps for Integration and Differentiation and all other Calculus topics are included… (read more)

▷Relative Rate of Change using the TiNspire CX CAS

To find the Relative Rate of Change using the TiNSpire CX CAS open up Calculus Made Easy from www.TiNspireCX.com , then go menu item “Derivatives” and select “Relative Rate of Change”. Enter the given Function and Voila, the Relative Rate of Change shows immediately, Very simple to use !!!   Remember that Relative Rate of Change… (read more)

Taylor and McLaurin Series Step by Step on the TiNspire CX – Calculus Made Easy

Finding Taylor Series and MacLaurin Series Step by Step using the TiNspire is as easy as pie: Say you are asked to find the Taylor Series centered at a=0 up to degree n=3 (really a MacLaurin series as the center is at 0 ) So plug into Calculus Made Easy option 7 D as follows… (read more)

Finding Critical Points on the TiNspire CX CAS – using Calculus Made Easy

Finding Critical Points and also a relative & absolute Minimum or Maximum is easily done using the Calculus Made Easy APP at www.TiNspireApps.com  . Simply select “Critical Points” in the Menu.   Here, you can either enter the given function f(x) in the top box or enter its given derivative in the bottom box.  We… (read more)