Is there any way to program the Ti Nspire CX to find dy/dx in parametric mode or dr/dtheta in polar mode?
Date: 11 Apr 2016 23:57
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derivative() should do both of those functions.
For dy/dx just find dy/dt and dx/dt, then divide, solve x for t, and plug it in.
Hi! I'm a ChemiEngineering student and I am trying to program my calculator to solve UNIQuac equations. UNIQuac equations has multiples dependents variables that has to be calculated according to values in a table.
Is there a way to buid a program to solve this kind of problem?