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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 Made Easy app , just navigate to Limits in the Menu as seen below:
When selecting the menu option 4: Limit via Factoring you enter your function and the x value that you are approaching. Now lean back and observe the steps to arrive at the limit. Calculus all of a sudden got easy! See below.
Another common method to compute Limits is via Common Denominator of the numerator. Read the sentence again to digest it better 😉
The tricky part is to enter the two fractions in the numerator properly, extra set of parentheses are needed here. See below
The steps to compute the limits are displayed below:
These Step by Step Limit computation methods using your TiNspire CX CAS will allow you to master your Calculus class.
Using Matrix Made Easy at https://www.tinspireapps.com/?a=MME
Solve any Matrix Equation like the ones below:
Here is a brief video showing how to solve any 2×2 system of equations in Algebra using the TiNspire calculator – best of all : each step of the elimination method is shown. This handy Algebra Solver is available in Algebra Made Easy at www.TiNspireApps.com .
Using the Step by Step Equation Solver APP from www.TiNspireApps.com for the TiNspire CX CAS you select
the first option: 1: Step by Step Equation Solver
Enter any equation and view the steps until final answer is derived.
Since we are solving a trigonometric (thus periodic) equation in above example
we obtain infinity many solutions whose setup is displayed in the
last line. n11 represents a constant, think of it as constant K as typically used in text books.
If you set n11 equal to 0 for the first expression for the solution x you recognize the solution
derived step by step.
Say we need to solve :
Since the Step by Step Equation Solver solves for the variable x we just replace v by x to enter as shown below:
Note: for the square root symbol press: CTRL + x^2
Now view steps until the final answer is derived.
How about this:
Your handy Ti-Nspire can now – step by step – convert any units such as time, mass, length, area, volume, speed, temperature, impulse, momentum, pressure, work, energy, density, pH-Level, Mass, Moles, degree/radian, DMS, Convert to any base, Polar coordinates etc
On top of that you can do prime checking, compute tips, gas consumption, currencies, etc and much more!!
Here is a brief video showing you how to convert units with ease:
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