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MathWiz v2.1 released
Posted on 19 January 1999, 21:23 GMT

Fred Coughlin has released MathWiz v2.1 for the TI-83. This program is similar to Kirk Meyer's Cymbol program in that it features a grapical interface for selecting various external applets that perform mathematical functions. Changes over version 2.0 include various bug fixes, the ability to switch applets in mid-program, and the support of many more applets (200 in theory). The distributed archive includes the source code for three applets and instructions for making your own applets. If there is interest, a separate directory will be made on this site for these applets.

 


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Re: MathWiz v2.1 released
Your Name

neat

     19 January 1999, 22:10 GMT

Re: MathWiz v2.1 released
neato

yep

     19 January 1999, 23:07 GMT

Re: MathWiz v2.1 released
mhlandry
(Web Page)

Its about time someone makes some good math programs. It seems that everyone is intrested in games. What about that hard test in algebra II or calculus?

     19 January 1999, 23:53 GMT


Fool
The Man

Algebra 2 or Calc??
What kind of simpleton are you? When I was in algebra 2, which was 8th grade, there wasn't any concept that required a calculator program. There still aren't any. You don't even really need a graphing calc, although I own every one Ti has made. I am also profficient with a slide rule, just in case.

     21 January 1999, 18:42 GMT

Re: Fool
temporalwizard

Right on. You da man.
I agree with you, algebra is far too easy to need a graphing calc. I hardly need mine in AP calc.

     21 January 1999, 22:30 GMT

Re: Fool
yeah right

Algebra 2 in eigth grade, I don't think so. I never said one needed a calc., I just said that it would make life easier. Simpleton, me. I don't think so. I have a 4.6 average, and have the hghest rank in my sophmore class, which has over three hundred people in it. Nice try though.

     22 January 1999, 01:40 GMT


Re: Re: Fool
Agt Alpha

It is entirely possible to be in Algebra II in eighth grade. I completed algrebra in seventh grade, and would have done algebra II in eighth, except my school did not offer that as an option. And I am no simpleton either. I may not be ranked first in my sophomore class, but I am ranked 8 in my senior class of over 385. my $.02

— Agt Alpha

     24 January 1999, 00:08 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Fool
mhlandry

Doesn't geometry come between algebra I and algebra II?

     24 January 1999, 02:14 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Fool
Ken Ritzert

For me it did
I took algebra in 8th grade (didnt offer it in 7th)
im taking Geometry right now
and next year if all goes well ill take Algebra 2 in 10th

     24 January 1999, 15:35 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Fool
temporalwizard

Yes (at my school anyhow.) I took algebra in 8th, because it wasn't offered in 7th. Then I took the advice of my stupid 8th grade algebra teacher and took intermediate algebra in 9th then in 10th to get caught up I had to take both geometry and algebra 2.

     25 January 1999, 20:21 GMT


Integrated Math sucks!!!
Eugene

At our school we use a completely different program. It's called Integrated Math. It intertwines material from the Algebra I - Geometry - Algebra II framework in each of the three courses that comprise the program.

     26 January 1999, 05:46 GMT


Re: Fool
Matt

I think you are a moron, you seriously have no life do you? You must have been a jock. Thinking you're all bad for being in algebra 2 in 8th grade, which probably wasn't so, and even if so, nobody cares. You must have no friends to sit at home with every calculator ti makes. Does that make you special, can you program some sweet loser games? Hah, i get the games so that i don't have to pay attention in class.

Have fun with your calculators and dont call someone for asking a simple question a simpleton!
hah. btw.... what kind of a put down is that?

     25 May 1999, 00:41 GMT

Subject
Your Name
(Web Page)

y0 d00d pleze p0rt |t t0 the 86

     20 January 1999, 00:22 GMT

Re: Subject
My Name

Looks like you could use a spell checker for the 86. And in case you didn't know, the 'o' is BESIDE, not ABOVE the 'p'

     20 January 1999, 04:13 GMT

Re: Subject
temporalwizard

Are you the same jerk off that wanted the 83+ ported to the 86?

     20 January 1999, 19:57 GMT


Re: Subject
Eugene

An 86 user, I see.

I think I like to read posts that have correct spelling, if not grammar, though.

     21 January 1999, 05:30 GMT

Re: MathWiz v2.1 released
Ken Ritzert

i released 3 applets for this over a week a go and ticalc never put them up nor ti-files
im mad!!!!!!!!

PUT THEM UP!!!!!!

     20 January 1999, 01:16 GMT


Re: Re: MathWiz v2.1 released
Bryan Rabeler
(Web Page)

Where did you send them? You can e-mail them to my address and I'll be sure to post them.

     20 January 1999, 01:52 GMT


Re: Re: Re: MathWiz v2.1 released
Ken Ritzert

I submited it just like it said
I uploaded them
then i went to the CGI thingy
the i picked them out and answered the questions

I would e-mail them but juno wont let me and i tried to email them using a hotmail account but i tried to send them to the creater of math wiz (sorry i forgot your name give me a break its just bout midnight) but hotmail mim encoded them

i just put them up on a page some where and give you guys the link

     20 January 1999, 05:31 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: MathWiz v2.1 released
Bryan Rabeler
(Web Page)

Well, it doesn't look like they were submitted right because I never got them. Maybe you put them under the wrong directory? Can you please submit them again?

     20 January 1999, 18:20 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: MathWiz v2.1 released
Ken R

ill do it again if i have time to today if not later could you make an catagorie for this?

     20 January 1999, 22:28 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: MathWiz v2.1 released
Eugene

You put it in a directory called \incoming. How's that for a remedy?

     21 January 1999, 05:32 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: MathWiz v2.1 released
Ken Ritzert

my god what a dumb ass you are

i mean the directory where my programs will end up i.e. TI-83 Asm/ Math/ Applets/ Math v2.0

ohh by the way my brother deleted my folder so i dont have the programs anymore i know Fred C. has the but they are mime encoded and he cant unencode them

     22 January 1999, 11:53 GMT

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