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Re: Math Program Ideas
billy bob

Here is a program for pythag.

Make sure u know that "sqrsign" is the square sign on ur calc dont rite it out. And also -> is the sto> on calc.

:Disp "Press 1 to find"
:Disp "Hypotnuse,"
:Disp "2 to find leg"
:Input N
:If N=1
:Then
:Disp "Input Leg Lengths"
:Disp "A="
:Input A
:Disp "B="
:Input B
:"sqrsign"(A^2+B^2)->C
:Disp "The Hypotnuse="
:Disp C
:Else
:Disp "Input Hypotnuse"
:Disp "C="
:Input C
:Disp "Input leg"
:Disp "A="
:Input A
:"sqrsign"(C^2-A^2)->B
:Disp "The other leg="
:Disp B
:Stop

Remember that "sqrsign" is the square sign on your calc dont rite out sqrsign. And also -> is the sto> on your calc.

Reply to this comment    2 December 2004, 23:16 GMT

Re: Re: Math Program Ideas
cool776
(Web Page)

look on my website for a cooler pythag program that includes giving answers in radical (not reduced) AND decimal form.

Reply to this comment    17 April 2006, 01:52 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Math Program Ideas
cool776
(Web Page)

and it has for pythag formulas

Reply to this comment    20 April 2006, 03:42 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Math Program Ideas
cool776
(Web Page)

and it has four pythag formulas

Reply to this comment    20 April 2006, 03:43 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Math Program Ideas
yellowPig

It's called a Vogage/89Ti/92+/92.

Reply to this comment    11 May 2006, 05:26 GMT

Re: Math Program Ideas
kr4zy

Hey if anyone here could would u make a program that will factor equations like this 4x^5+8=4, and etc.

Reply to this comment    7 December 2004, 23:50 GMT

Re: Math Program Ideas
AVM Mathew

Hello,

1)HERE IS THE SIMPLE PROGRAMS THAT CALCULATING DISTANCE IF U KNOW THAT TIME?

CALCULATING FALL DISTANCE

DISTANCE?

INPUT "TIME", T

16T^2->D

DISP "DISTANCE",D

2)CALCULATING THE TIME IF U KNOW THE DISTANCE.

INPUT "FALL DISTANCE:",B

B/16->E

SQR ROOT (E-> P

DISP "TIME",P

Reply to this comment    8 December 2004, 18:16 GMT

Re: Math Program Ideas
WeirdClayJisKOOL
(Web Page)

I have a TI Voyage 200. Could someone please make a Quadratic formula solver program for me. Also, a program with distance, midpoint, and slope would be greatly appreciated.

Reply to this comment    9 December 2004, 00:07 GMT

Re: Math Program Ideas
Personman

Does anyone know how to make a program for finding B in Y=AX+B, it would be great if you could type it.

Reply to this comment    11 December 2004, 23:53 GMT

Re: Re: Math Program Ideas
Lance Ward

Easy

:Promt Y,A,X
:Y-A*X->B
:Disp B

To make it loop put "Lbl A" befor the first entry and then "Goto A" at the end of the program.

To make it work in Mirage OS inter a line at the beginning that looks like this:
::
Then you can run it archived to save RAM space and it is protected in case of an acciedental RAM Clearing

Hope this helps

Reply to this comment    20 January 2005, 03:39 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Math Program Ideas
yellowPig

Or you could have the first line be While(1=1), and the last End. Then it would loop, and you wouldn't have to use the Goto function (which I hate).

Reply to this comment    23 June 2006, 17:24 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Math Program Ideas
Lord_Vodka_CCCCCCXXXXXXVI

or use while(1 to be even smaller/faster.

Reply to this comment    12 December 2006, 06:57 GMT

Re: Math Program Ideas
Mike Boily

I would like a prgm that shows the table of variation of a function with the critical numbers of its first and second derivative for a ti-83 plus se and why not include
horiz, vert and oblic asymptots... I know a prgm name tabzz but im not satisfied cause it doesnt work with every fct. like trig and log etc...

Reply to this comment    12 December 2004, 17:48 GMT

Re: Math Program Ideas
Cody Thompson

Hello:
I am wondering if anyone has written a program to generate Bernoulli numbers or Bernoulli polynomials for the TI92 plus. The program would be redundant after a point because the numbers become so large but it would be fun to a certain degree.

Cody

Reply to this comment    19 December 2004, 20:10 GMT

Re: Math Program Ideas
Cody Thompson

Has anyone written or know of a program to calculate Bernoulli numbers?.

Cody

Reply to this comment    20 December 2004, 22:20 GMT

Re: Math Program Ideas
Cody Thompson
(Web Page)

I am wondering if anyone knows of a program for the TI92 Plus which calculates Bernoulli numbers or Bernoulli polynomials.

Reply to this comment    23 December 2004, 21:29 GMT

Re: Math Program Ideas
shkaboinka
(Web Page)

ah yes, but if you only had one hand you'd be saying "it's not like I have TWO HANDS you know!", but you do, so there >:-Þ

..you people really need ideas for math programs!? Oh I see, you people come here to post ideas in the hope that somebody who DOES know how to program will come here to read your idea and make it for you? ...that depends what your idea is :-)

hey, you would do well to join one of my yahoo groups:
http:// groups.yahoo.com/group/ticalc101
http:// groups.yahoo.com/group/cppjava101
they relate to C++/Java or TI-Calc programming; mostly its just a place where some of use can get ideas from eachother and stuff, and a place to store anything you want (show off your programs, look at mine/others)

NOTE: I had to put a space after the "http://" because (for display reasons) ticalc.org will not allow words or more than 40 chars or so; you will have to delete the space yourself

Reply to this comment    31 December 2004, 04:25 GMT

Re: Math Program Ideas
Mirjana P

hey everybody! I have TI-86, please e-mail me some programs

Reply to this comment    2 January 2005, 19:44 GMT

Re: Math Program Ideas
s h

I have a bit of a challenge for you all. You may have heard of the GLAT. If you haven't, Google it up and take a look. I saw an interesting problem in it, number 17. It asks the following:

'Consider an equation f(n) such that f(n) is the number of ones required in writting all the numbers from zero to n. For example, f(13)=6. Notice that f(1)=1. What is the next highest number such that f(n)=n?'

While I am sure there are many ways to solve this, who can write a program for the TI-89 that will solve this? I have written one, and I may post it one day, but I am interested to see if anyone can come up with a better way than I did.

Peace out

Reply to this comment    13 January 2005, 18:57 GMT

Re: Re: Math Program Ideas
Jake Griffin
(Web Page)

I made a java program that does just that...I'm not sure you would want to do one for a calculator...the answer is f(1600013) = 1600013...here's the java source:
public class findit
{
// instance variables - replace the example below with your own
public static void main(String[] args)
{
int a, c, d, n;
n=0;
a=0;
c=0;
while (n!=a || n<2)
{
n++;
for (int i=1; i<=(int) Math.ceil(Math.log(n) / Math.log(10)); i++)
{
d = n/((int) Math.pow(10,(i-1)));
d = d%10;
if (d == 1)
a++;
}
if (n%10000==0)
System.out.println("n=" + n + " a=" + a + " n-a=" + (n-a));
}
System.out.println("The next is " + n + "!!!");
}
}

Reply to this comment    7 April 2005, 05:50 GMT

factor any polynomial
chsprog1

hey guess what all of you people trying to make these simple programs especially factoring program i have a new advancement for you.
I have made a program that can literally factor any higher degree polynomial.
figure that out.

Reply to this comment    14 January 2005, 14:23 GMT

Re: factor any polynomial
pachacco2

not hard. our math book had a thing explaining how to do it and i actually made my own program XD it took me about 3 minutes to figure out the program (after reading the book) and i made it *thinks* 2-3 weeks ago. it doesn't work with quadratics tho *grumble grumble* does anyone know a script that does?

Reply to this comment    22 January 2005, 06:20 GMT

Re: Re: factor any polynomial
SagazLegend

When using a quadratic problems, you must use a number combination that would work. Taking random numbers wont cut it

Reply to this comment    26 March 2007, 23:32 GMT

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