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Upcoming TI83 Electronics "Suite"

sir_mud

I have been working on a few programs to simplify the life of anyone that has to do calculations for electrical circuits. So far it consists of three seperate programs that are all interconnected for simplification. This project is very near to completion. Some features include: Complete Ohm's Law Solver, Shunt Resistance Solver, PeakRMSAverage Solver, Sine Waveform angle Solver, Oscilloscope Solver and many more. The program is very easy to just pick up and use, so it will require little to no documentation. At the moment I do not own a Calc to PC or Calc to Calc link cable so I will probaly wait until I can get one before I publish this. If there is a high demand, I may type it out...but it has got kind of large for that.


15 September 2005, 10:05 GMT


No more thinking required....

Ryan Bennett

i'm in the process of making a great BASIC math program for the 83/83+. it will fullfill all of the needs for a geometry/algebra/trig student. it will include such features as automatic window sizing, a notes/assignment section, easytouse organized menus, and all the formulas you could ever need. if there is anything specific you would like to see in this program email me at eqzg41b@prodigy.com and let me know. REMEMBER: this is a BASIC program, so it may eat up some space. i will release 4 versions, seperate geo, alg, and trig programs, and one giant, collective one. they should be done in one to two monthes due to the fact i only program in study hall.


4 September 1999, 05:07 GMT


Re: Upcoming TI83 Math Programs

Brian Heckman
(Web Page)

i have a cool triangle/trig program with a cool gui. the only problem is that it's BASIC. if you would like it please email me at heckbr@yahoo.com


12 September 1999, 20:49 GMT


Formulae Version 5.00

Saba
(Web Page)

Right now i'm converting formulae into assembly from its huge basic counterpart. The current basic (and futer assembly) version features:
Mathematics  Area, Volume, Total Surface Area, Capacity, Pythagorus Theorem, Algrebra, Trigonometry, Statistics, Gradient, etc.
Science  Some acceleration, distance and velocity
Commercial Studies  All forms of interest and dividend Payments
Geography  Vertical Exageration, Gradient and a crosssectrion generator
Convertions  A whole bunch of weight, temparature and disatance converters
Terminal  Never leave the program. This allows you to solve everything from within the program.
And some other stuff I forgot. Now you see why i'm converting this all to assembly!


16 September 1999, 13:20 GMT


Pythag83 for ION

MikeisGame
(Web Page)

Yea, k i'm porting Pythag83 for ION on the 83/83+ Calculator... It is mostly to save space and to be able to run it under the ION shell because ION doesn't support running basic programs right now. If you would like to know what the complete Pythag83 Package has click on the webpage button for URL. Most updates will eventually only be on ION


20 October 1999, 05:24 GMT


StatKit 82

Daniel Bishop

I am writing a program similar to the Statistics Toolkit (83\basic\math\stattk.zip) for the TI82. It will emulate most of the 83's statistics functions.
btw, why is it necessary for TI to make ten different graphing calculators?


23 May 2000, 19:09 GMT


PRECALC PROGRAM

smaLLguy
(Web Page)

I'm currently working on a program for precalc. this program will have things such as axioms, definitions, formulas, formula solvers, etc. This will take a while though, since I am trying to make the user interface as friendly as possible. I target date of finish will be sometime in August. I'll post updates later. :)


27 June 2000, 03:38 GMT


PRECALC PROGRAM

smaLLguy
(Web Page)

I'm currently working on a program for precalc. this program will have things such as axioms, definitions, formulas, formula solvers, etc. This will take a while though, since I am trying to make the user interface as friendly as possible. I target date of finish will be sometime in August. I'll post updates later. I'd like to hear ideas I might be able to add in the program :)


27 June 2000, 03:39 GMT


Algebraic simpifyer and equation solver

Soren_Petersen

I'm working on a ti83 program that can simplify any kind of algebraic expressions and solve a lot of different equations and equeationsystems.
The idea isn't new but the difference is that this prog should be able to parse the input string and determine what kind of equation it is and then give the answer.
The program should also be able to solve a variable for a given formula.
I have just started with prototyping the datamodel using phyton so it will take some time before the releas of a working ti83 program but i expect to releas an alpha version within two months. If anyone is interested in helping me to test it or have any coments / questions then mail me or post a reply.
[Sören Petersen]


15 September 2000, 12:22 GMT


Re: Upcoming TI83 Math Programs

Calc

Is anybody working on a symbolic manipulator for the 83? I know it's a lot to ask, but it would be really cool.


9 October 2000, 22:24 GMT


Re: Upcoming TI83 Math Programs

james sadoway

i am a new programer with big ideas and even biger projects
im not very good and could use some help
im programing a program called "TI83 Radio Link"
it will be in basic but it will be fast and graphical
iv already got the intro al i need is someone who can help be link to calculater
imlement an address funcion(many people will use at once)
and have a main menu similar to that of ion


4 March 2001, 08:08 GMT


Re: Upcoming TI83 Math Programs

rchern13

I have a program that is almost ready...it uses newton's method to find the zeroes of any function...just enter equation into y1, give it a starting point, and u can watch the guesses.


28 January 2002, 05:43 GMT


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