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TI Announces Symbolic Math Guide
Posted by Eric on 14 November 2000, 04:54 GMT

Olivier Miclo sent in word that TI has announced the Symbolic Math Guide for the TI-89 and TI-92+. It's an application that's aimed at helping students with symbolic and algebraic transformations. The SMG is due to come out in March 2001; of course we know it'll probably be late, but it's kind of interesting nevertheless. Visit ti-cas.org for more thoughts on this new software.


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Re: TI Announces Symbolic Math Guide
jaymzru  Account Info
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You know that it's sad when there's more news actually coming from TI than free lance programmers ... heh

     14 November 2000, 05:28 GMT

Re: Re: TI Announces Symbolic Math Guide
JrJinfinity  Account Info
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Well, I haven't been in much of a TI programming mood for quite some time now. Ah, but when I get back into it, I'll definately finishup Lnux or Lnix, I forget which for the Ti-86 though....ah somewhat of a poor linux clone of Gnome & KDE...hehe.


     14 November 2000, 09:04 GMT

Re: TI Announces Symbolic Math Guide
Amalfi Marini  Account Info
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Symbolic math may be one of the most important part of the Ti89, actually, the 90% of things I do with my TI89 are symbolic calculations, in a career like electrical engineering you will use symbolic math each and every day...

     14 November 2000, 06:07 GMT

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     14 November 2000, 16:24 GMT

Re: TI Announces Symbolic Math Guide
Samir Ribic  Account Info
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I am afraid that existence of such application may lead to prohibition of TI89 on examinations.
If I was teacher of mathematics (I, BTW, teach assembly programming and operating systems on University), I would not complain if someone uses calculator for checking final result. But if it shows you complete task step by step, the complete test becomes pointless, and I would strictly prohibit TI89 in this case.

     14 November 2000, 23:03 GMT

Re: Re: TI Announces Symbolic Math Guide

What about the HP49G? It has some step-by-step operations. Also, I'm not sure this app will do the students' work for them. We'll see when it comes out...

     22 November 2000, 19:02 GMT

Re: TI Announces Symbolic Math Guide
Fil  Account Info
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March 2001 = January 2002

me = Fil

     14 November 2000, 23:13 GMT

Re: Re: TI Announces Symbolic Math Guide
David Holden  Account Info

late october

     15 November 2000, 05:06 GMT

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