Perform any Aerodynamic computations using the AERODYNAMICS MADE EASY with your powerful TiNspire CX at https://www.tinspireapps.com/?a=ADME . Compute Thrust, Lift, Drag, Pressure, Bernoulli Equation, Gas Laws, Mach Number, Mass Flow Rates, Continuity Equation and much more. Read the App’s extensive functionality below.
Great News: Real Estate agents/students using a TiNspire CX can now use the Ti Nspire Calculator to perform any type of Real Estate related computation using the REAL ESTATE MADE EASY app at https://www.tinspireapps.com/?a=REME . It is by far the most comprehensive calculator APP for Real Estate including Step by Step Computations to Capitalization Rate, Feet, Acre, Yards, .. Conversions, Gross Rent Multiplier, Operating Expense Ratio, Cash on Cash Return, Time Value Computations. Witness this for yourself below.
Fortunately, TI Nspire CX users can do Step by Step Integration using Calculus Made Easy at www.TiNspireApps.com . Just enter a function of one or more variables and get the solution immediately. Watch this brief video showing Step by Step Integration:
Just enter a function of one or more variables to find single or multiple integrals – step by step. That involves Integration by parts, U-Substitution, Integration by Partial Fractions, Double and Triple Integrals and Polar Coordinates.
In Complex Analysis you will be asked to check if a complex function is analytic which requires checking the 2 Cauchy Riemann Conditions. Fortunately, the TiNspire has the ability to deal with those and we can go ahead and solve those problems using the Complex Analysis Made Easy app at www.TinspireApps.com to solve those problems step by step.
Say we are given a complex valued function in the format u+i*v such as x^2-y^2+i*2*x*y as shown below. Out comes the solution with steps showing that this function is indeed analytic. Insiders realize that this is actually the function f(z)=z^2
When entering z^2 in the top box we will get naturally the same answer. See below
Next Question: Is a given Complex Function Harmonic? And if so what is its harmonic conjugate ?
Lets select that option in the menu as shown below:
Lets answer the first question first : Is e^(-3x)*cos(3y) harmonic ? Well, let’s just enter it as shown below:
Voila! It is Harmonic. And we understand why 😉
Lastly, let’s find the harmonic conjugate function to x^2-y^2 , entered as shown below:
Beautiful, good thing we have our handy dandy TiNspire to provide those answers.