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Re: Would you like to see more features dealing with the mathematics of calculators?

TheWog
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Sure, I'd love to see mathematics articles. But then, I'd like to see more of everything. I mean, hey, it's all good, right?

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27 April 2000, 17:49 GMT


Re: Would you like to see more features dealing with the mathematics of calculators?

Ken

Math is great on the calculators. The TI89/92/92+ especially. The CAS on these calculators are comparable to many expensive applications on computers. TI put enough money into these things to create such a system.. No sole programmer/student can do that in his/her spare time. We have to focus on other areas that increase the calculators potential. That's what these things are for, right? For all of us to learn through experimentation.

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27 April 2000, 18:09 GMT


Re: Would you like to see more features dealing with the mathematics of calculators?

acr34
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No. These calculators are hand held computers, meant for gaming and word processing. They do math too, but the manual does a good job teaching you BASIC and the math. This website (IMNSHO) should be an archive of programs, with articles concerning assembly and little tricks.

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27 April 2000, 23:54 GMT


Re: Would you like to see more features dealing with the mathematics of calculators?

Z86MON

If you want to learn about using your calculator, read the manual! This site, in my opinion, is an archive for programmers of the TI calculators, not as a general reference on how to use the calculators for math. If a math tutorial is helpful to everyone, I don't oppose it. However, I wouldn't like this site to become an online manual for the TI calculators, or an online math class.

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28 April 2000, 00:04 GMT


Re: Would you like to see more features dealing with the mathematics of calculators?

BLAlien

Hey, I was exactly the onehundredth person to vote!!!
YAY ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I feel so loved...
BTW, calcs are all about the gamez, baby!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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28 April 2000, 01:11 GMT


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