I am currently in BC Calc and I used to have a TI 84 plus silver edition. My math teacher distributed programs to us at the beginning of the year, and those were:
Euler: Computes Euler's method
Integral: Computes area, volume, length, and surface area. so basically rotations (washers, disks), area between 2 curves,
Newton: Newtons method
Riemann: Upper, lower, midpoint, trapezoid
SlpFld: displays slope fields
Tanshow: shows a graph of the derivative- i don't think i need this one.
I got an nspire cas for christmas.
Are there any programs (or are they called documents for the nspire?) that will perform the same functions? Or any built in features in the calculator that will do the same? I think all I really need is Euler, Newton, Integral, Riemann, and Slope Field.