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Conic Graphing for TI-83+
Posted by Eric on 25 February 2001, 05:51 GMT

Could it be? A new FLASH app that deals with...*gasp*, math?! I'm shocked. The new (free) Conic Graphing FLASH app is out from TI, and this actually might be pretty useful for those of you in precalculus (brings back memories...*sniff*). It's free, and gives you all sorts of information about circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, and parabolas. And yeah, I could have just stuck this as an update to the news article a few boxes down, but I figured that this is probably more useful than the rest. So there you have it. Thanks to tinews.net for the link.

 


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This is new News?
Cpt.Ginyu

TI has been talkin about this since the middle of last year. Also on a seperate note, in case you missed it the last time you might want to put hardware patch back in your misc 89 asm section.

     25 February 2001, 06:04 GMT


Re: This is new News?
JaggedFlame Account Info

The fact that it's been released is new news.

     25 February 2001, 15:24 GMT

Re: Conic Graphing for TI-83+
kog kog  Account Info
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Okay...So what about the 89. oh yeah the president thing, anything cooler for the 89, oh yeah ticalc has the best source of files on the net.

     25 February 2001, 06:47 GMT


There is one thing...
Cpt.Ginyu
(Web Page)

The symbolic math guide for the 89 that is coming out looks pretty cool.

     25 February 2001, 07:01 GMT


Re: There is one thing...
kog kog  Account Info
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Awsome!!! That could help out some people. Oh Low Yam As My Pie In Apple, make sense right, ok maybe not its a ebook coming out, dumb I think, did you know that TI.com has ticalc.org as a link.
I just found out, thats pretty cool, because ticalc.org is like cnet.com but for TIs. A whole future is up to isaac. what about ticalc.com

     25 February 2001, 07:27 GMT


Re: Re: There is one thing...
onefastfiveoh

"Awsome!!! That could help out some people."

No shit. Do you think they would release something that didn't help anybody? Use your brain.

Oh, and I didn't even have to look at the name on the post to see that it was you, kogkog. I could tell because there were spelling errors and the sentence structure made no sence. At least your post didn't have a plug to your shitty site this time.

my $1.98

onefastfiveoh

     25 February 2001, 15:41 GMT

There is a plug.
Knight/Rocket Account Info

Not to slam anyone or anything like that, but there is a plug for Olympia in his reply. Look for capitalized words(hint hint).

Knight/Rocket's 2c.

     25 February 2001, 22:13 GMT

Re: There is a plug.
Daniel Bishop  Account Info
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Believe it or not, kog kog actually didn't post an Olympia plug. He posted an Olyampia plug.

     25 February 2001, 23:21 GMT


Re: Re: There is a plug.
kog kog  Account Info
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:-) funny. But it is coming out. But where does fastonmy asdfkj get that 1.98. that sounds interesting. if you get the joke. anyways thanks for the reply about the 89. oh yeah my real name is Joey M.

     26 February 2001, 00:36 GMT


O...K...
kog kog  Account Info
(Web Page)

Dan what kind of assembler did you use for making that ASM program?

     26 February 2001, 00:38 GMT


Re: Re: Re: There is one thing...
kog kog  Account Info
(Web Page)

do I know you, why are you so mean to me?
anyways what do you think about all these 83+ stuff?
:-)

     26 February 2001, 00:41 GMT

Re: Conic Graphing for TI-83+
warrior Account Info

This could be useful on 89/92+. z80 emulator for 68k, anyone ? :)

More seriously, I hope TI won't give up developing math apps for 89 and 92+, since the 83/83+ sells more then the others.


     25 February 2001, 17:21 GMT


89 apps
nyall  Account Info

It is silly to depend on ti for apps- we can do everything ourselves.

-Samuel Stearley

     25 February 2001, 17:47 GMT


Re: 89 apps
Vejita  Account Info
(Web Page)

But you don't...as long as things take to get everything in the TI process done and the applications out...it still meets the need of those that use it 10 times better than anything out there(not just students using it).

-Corey

     26 February 2001, 03:37 GMT

Re: Conic Graphing for TI-83+
Matthew Martinez  Account Info

Hey...that's amazing, but what about Matt Gattis's Plot v1.0 for the TI-83? (it's in BASIC, so it'll work for an 83+) That graphs any conic section, even one with an xy-term. And I'm not sure what information about conic sections it gives, or even what information there is to give, but i know that Plot works well (I passed Pre-Calc, an amazing feat, I know.) and I recommend it.

     25 February 2001, 19:19 GMT

Re: Conic Graphing for TI-83+
Daniel Bishop  Account Info
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TI has released a conic grapher. I'm so glad they've finally caught up with the amateur programmers. Now, if only they would release a quadratic formula flash app... :-?

     25 February 2001, 23:29 GMT


Re: Re: Conic Graphing for TI-83+
Robert Mohr  Account Info
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They have one for the 86, though obviously not an app but a built in function. I personally like the random number app they released a couple of days ago though.

     25 February 2001, 23:48 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Conic Graphing for TI-83+
Daniel Bishop  Account Info
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>> They have one for the 86, though obviously not an app but a built in function. <<

The POLY button -- the #5 reason why 86's are better than 83's.

>> I personally like the random number app they released a couple of days ago though. <<

I didn't realize there was a flash app for that. How much of an improvement is it over the four built-in random number functions?

     27 February 2001, 06:54 GMT

Re: Conic Graphing for TI-83+
Robert Mohr  Account Info
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>> (brings back memories...*sniff*)

Thankfully they have medicine for us to control those memories.

     25 February 2001, 23:41 GMT

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