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Your TI–Nspire has had a makeover! Learn to use all its amazing,updated features
Your TI–Nspire is simply one of the most fantastic math tools inexistence. Now with color, touchpad control, and other upgrades, ithas even more to offer! Whether you′re a student or a teacher, thisbook will help you take advantage of every TI–Nspire feature. LearnTI–Nspire language, explore the software, and start solvingproblems today.
Learn how it thinks understand the philosophy behind theTI–Nspire and set up your device
Calculate stuff learn to use the Calculator application,entering and evaluating expressions and working with variables
Get graphic create a wide variety of graphs for visualrepresentation, including 3D and differential equations
The object is geometric use the Geometry application toconstruct and measure objects
Make a list organize, analyze, and display your datawith the Lists & Spreadsheet application
Statistically speaking work with the Data &Statistics application to manipulate single– and two–variabledata
Note that customize documents for greater understandingusing the Notes application
Check out the software see how to get TI–Nspire softwarefor your computer, and why you should
Open the book and find:
How to move and grab an object
How multiple representations aid learning
The keypad zones and how to use them
Guidelines for conducting data collection experiments
Tips for using CAS tools
Hints for troubleshooting common problems
Ten terrific shortcuts
Special information for teachers
Use all features of the new touchpad
View graphical, algebraic, numeric, geometric, and writtenformats
See and make connections among multiple representations atonce
Explore the new TI–Nspire CX full–color display
Jeff McCalla teaches Algebra 2 and Pre–Calculus at St.Mary′s Episcopal School in Memphis. He is a T3 instructor for TexasInstruments and co– founder of the TI–Nspire SuperUser group.
Steve Ouellette wrote the first edition of TI–NspireFor Dummies as well as CliffsNotes Guide toTI–Nspire.
This book covered my own requirements, however I am still working with it to improve programming. I feel that it could have given more help in specific area. Read morePublished 3 months ago by jessie13