Math Program

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Joseph Walker

Download: MATH.8xpNo Download Available
Version: 1.0
Compatibility: TI-83/84/+/SE
File Size: 1880 Bytes
Genre: Arcade Graphics Platform Puzzle RPG Strategy Sports Casino Board Utility Misc

Has a menu that links to the following functions:

This solves for X.
First, enter in the left side. Then the right side. X will be displayed if the equation is solvable. If the
equation is not solvable, there may be an error. If an error occurs, do not try and edit the program. The error
is with the equation you gave it. Make sure to close all parentheses or the equation will be interpreted wrong.

Quadratic Solver:
Solves a quadratic equation. Pretty self explanatory.

Simultaneous Solver:
Solves for x and y when given two equations of the form ax+by=c.

Radical Simplifier:
I got this program from
All credit goes to them.
This program is pretty self explanatory. It simplifies radicals.

Mean, Median:
Enter in a list of the form {element1, element2, …, elementN}.
The program will display the mean and the median of the list.

First enter in the first term of the sequence. Then enter in the change number and 0 or 1 respectively depending on
whether each consecutive term of the sequence should have the change number added to it or multiplied by it. Then enter
in the number of terms of this sequence you want to calculate. The resulting sequence will be displayed and stored in L1.
The last term of the sequence is also displayed. Example: Input: 1ST TERM:2, COMMON D:5, N TERMS:4, CHOICE?1
Output: {2 10 50 250}, 250
This is helpful on math problems that deal with arithmetic and geometric sequences.

Pythagorean Solver:
Enter the variable in the pythagorean theorem you want to solve for. Then enter the values of the other two variables. The
value of the variable you chose to solve for will be displayed. Example:
Input: SOLVE FOR:C,A=7,B=24
Output: C=25
This is helpful in geometry and trigonometry classes.

Distance, Midpoint, Slope:
This will ask you for two points, (X1, Y1) and (X2,Y2), and then display the distance between the points, the midpoint of the
points, and the slope of the connecting line between the points.

Displays random formulas I've needed to 'remember'. When you see "MORE…", press [ENTER] to continue.

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