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Re: Upcoming TI-86 Science Programs
Scully

Hi everybody! I was wondering if anybody is going to be creating any new programs for Physics? I'm in Honors Physics at my high school, and I would love to see some new programs created for the TI-86 (that's what I have). But maybe I'll try my hand at writing TI programs. I can do logo, I can do HTML, I can do a little bit of BASIC, so why not TI?

Anyways, please respond if you know of any REALLY good programs or if you have any recommendations! Thanks!

~Scully

10 December 1999, 08:02 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Science Programs
tec_wiz

I'm in ADV physics right now and I'm working on a program that is going to list all of the equations for the entire book and let you work with them and solve for any variable that is in the equation. There will be a part that lists the equations, there will be a main menu that lets you choose between acceleration, velocity, displacment, ect. then it will give you the equation and let you choose which one to use, then it will ask what to solve for. You then put in the known variables and you get the answer. I hope this is the kind of thing that you were looking for. I will send what I have to you and keep you updated on the other parts that will be added.

tec_wiz

4 February 2000, 00:13 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Science Programs
tec_wiz

I'm in ADV physics right now and I'm working on a program that is going to list all of the equations for the entire book and let you work with them and solve for any variable that is in the equation. There will be a part that lists the equations, there will be a main menu that lets you choose between acceleration, velocity, displacment, ect. then it will give you the equation and let you choose which one to use, then it will ask what to solve for. You then put in the known variables and you get the answer. I hope this is the kind of thing that you were looking for. I will send what I have to you and keep you updated on the other parts that will be added.

tec_wiz

4 February 2000, 00:13 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Science Programs
tec_wiz

I'm in ADV physics right now and I'm working on a program that is going to list all of the equations for the entire book and let you work with them and solve for any variable that is in the equation. There will be a part that lists the equations, there will be a main menu that lets you choose between acceleration, velocity, displacment, ect. then it will give you the equation and let you choose which one to use, then it will ask what to solve for. You then put in the known variables and you get the answer. I hope this is the kind of thing that you were looking for. I will send what I have to you and keep you updated on the other parts that will be added.

tec_wiz

4 February 2000, 00:14 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-86 Science Programs
jerry_vigil
(Web Page)

I am currently working on two chemistry programs. One will solve gas chemical equilibium problems, while the other one will solve oxidation-reduction reaction equations. This program will undoubtedly make life easier for college chemistry and AP chemistry students.

3 April 2000, 08:05 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Science Programs
ryan krancich

hey,

could you send me both programs you are working on. I am a chem student and those programs would help me a lot

12 October 2000, 21:34 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Science Programs
agostamichael

Hey, I'm interested in those programs. if you need any help with beta testing, I'm in. Send them to me asap!
agostamichael@excite.com

30 October 2001, 06:26 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Science Programs
ashleigh withers

Hi. I was also hoping you could send me your programs. I am a Chemistry major and that would really help me out. Thanks!!

13 March 2003, 03:22 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-86 Science Programs
ajaisharma13

Hello my name is AJ
I am going into biology 1-2 and have not taken it yet.
I dont know how much math or anything is and this maybe asking a bit much but if some one could make a basic or assembly program that covers all of high school bio I am in emergency

Someone help me!!!!!!!!!!!!

11 April 2000, 22:10 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Science Programs
Levi Jackson
(Web Page)

Hey Man! Don't Swet it! Boiology is the appittamie of science and math. Theres hardly nothin' to it! All you need is the knowledge on how to read to succeed in HS BIO! Have fun!

29 September 2001, 17:54 GMT

Re: Upcoming TI-86 Science Programs
Levi Jackson
(Web Page)

I am working on the ULTIMATE PERIODIC TABLE FOR THE 86! No graphics, But theres more information in this program than all others,(too my knowledge) combined! Right now I'm working on the search engine and the title screen sprite routines and other small graphics. If you would be interested in Beta testing, I would be in your gratitude! E-mail me for more info!

29 September 2001, 17:52 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Science Programs
rogue-chic

Hi, i'm interested in testing your beta version of the Periodic table. I'm a biochem. major and it would help alot.
jetknight_2000@yahoo.com

27 November 2001, 02:35 GMT

Re: Re: Upcoming TI-86 Science Programs
dlichterman

I would test too

24 January 2003, 05:24 GMT

Upcoming TI-86 Chemistry Program
Otaku99

I'm making a Basic program that names compounds. I'm working out bugs with binary binary compounds but I expect the program to work with all binary compounds, and most compounds which are acids or contain polyatomic ions in them. The program has one drawback, the total program size is huge. I don't know Assembly so that hasn't been an option. If anyone wants to give me input, email me and I'll send you what I've got.

17 January 2002, 00:31 GMT

New Program: Chemical Quantities PRGM. and Stoichiometry PRGM.
Otaku99

Note: It kind of worries me that I'm making notes in succession.

I've decided to take a short break from my Compoud Program (I uploaded a beta version) in an effort to use the TI-86 for what it was meant for...MATH.

The Chemical Quantities PRGM. will convert moles,particles,density, volume, and component particles when I'm done with it. It will also solve composition by empiracle formula and vise versa. The only part left is that last little bit. It is based mostly upone tables I made for the Compound PRGM. So far, everything works out perfectly. I'm probably going to need BETA testers more for userfriendliness than for error spotting so if anyone is interested, Email me.

Stoichiometry PRGM. is one that I just started. It should work just as well as the "ChemQuan" PRGM. Again, Email me if you are interested in BETA testing.

P.S. I was working on a Balancing Equations PRGM. but I've hit a brick wall. Any math wizzes out there with a little time to help?

22 February 2002, 03:29 GMT

Module based peridoic table?
Leif Åstrand
(Web Page)

After checking all the periodic tables downloadable here at ticlal.org I found out that if I wanted to have all the data I need in my calc I would need to have three differen programs, taking up about 15000 bytes. If only the data I need, and nothing more, would be collected into one program, I think it would be about 6k.

After thinking about it for a while I found the best sollution. The main program is just a reader, and all the data neede would be stored in separate strings. So if you wanted the oxidation numbers, you load the string to your calc, and if you don't need it anymore, you just delete that string, keeping all the other data.

24 November 2002, 14:51 GMT

Re: Module based peridoic table?
dlichterman

If i knew how to write the modules. Sounds good and small.
Dan

24 January 2003, 05:23 GMT

Re: Module based peridoic table?
burntfuse

If you have a TI-86, you could use periodic86 3.3. It only takes up about 4K and has atomic #, boiling point, melting point, etc. I use it myself. Still, your idea sounds good.

14 February 2003, 23:36 GMT

Re: Re: Module based peridoic table?
Leif Åstrand
(Web Page)

Periodic86 3.3 is the best one currently availalbe, but I think my periodic table will be better.

Here's a list of what it supports at the moment:
Mass for each element
Calculate the mass for a chemical compund
The same kind of smart search for names as in Periodic86 3.3
The most commom oxidation states for each element
Electron configurations
First ionization energy
Electronegativity
Calculate difference in electronegativity between two elements
Resistivity
Boiling and melting points

Any thing else could be added, if I just new what people need...

11 April 2003, 18:04 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Module based peridoic table?
burntfuse

sounds great........

14 May 2003, 02:46 GMT

PCref
burntfuse

I'm writing PCref 1.2, a physics and chemistry reference program. It will list many different equations, and show reference tables for young's modulus, drag coefficients, friction coefficients, and density. The previous versions were badly written, but I've tried to make it better. It'll probably be up in about 2-3 months.

10 June 2003, 23:26 GMT

burntfuse

Just started working on it again. Should be a few months... (not that anyone seems to be interested)

19 November 2003, 21:42 GMT

Re: €
burntfuse

Version 1.2 was stupid, so I started on 2.0. It will now go directly to the equation solver from the prog!

23 November 2003, 22:02 GMT