Calculus with the TI-89
by Brendan Kelly (Author)
Brendan Kelly, has written over 60 books for students from grade 1 through college. His books are sold throughout the world and his books for graphing calculators have been translated into Japanese. Brendan Kelly is Professor of Mathematics and Mathematics education at the University of Toronto. He has a Ph.D. in pure mathematics (number theory) and an Ed.D. degree in computer applications from OISE/UT.
Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: Brendan Kelly Publishing (August 31, 1999)
This book Cuts to the Chase and Drills in on Calculus and the Functions Available on the TI-89 Applicable to the Calculus Operations
This exciting book contains 18 instructional lessons that guide students step-by-step through sequences of activities that help them learn the mathematical concepts using the TI-89 graphing calculator. Keying sequences are provided for each lesson. Students are given lots of exercises for practice of the concepts and complete solutions are given for most of the exercises.$16.95
20 Explorations develop the fundamental concepts of differential & integral calculus using the TI-89 or the TI-92. Topics included are:
- sequences & series limits
- derivatives of rational & transcendental functions
- related rates & motion
- equations of tangents to curves
- asymptotic behavior integration
- techniques of integration
- arc length
- surface area and volumes of solids of revolution
- differential equations
- arc length of curves
- 3-D plots
By J. Bodin
a worth while text for T-89 calculator know how. I have to be honest I bought this for my son. He is in his JR year in Highschool. The Calc class is sharing this book to help them with calc and how to use their T-89 calculators to do it. My son says this book is great and works well for him.
By John Wildgen
Many of us are familiar with the very successful For Dummies series. Calculus for the TI-89 comes from an entirely different perspective. I suppose you could call it Calculus for the Brave. Specifically, two things distinguish this book (indeed series) from the Yellow Giant. First, this book puts the TI in the background and orients itself around a theory of calculus, beginning with the limit. Or, one can say it begins with Zeno and follows developments to Gauss. Second, it uses exercises to expand the mathematical implications of TI-oriented tutorials. This creates a nice balance between the Calculus as a technology and as a cultural edifice.
Calculus with the TI89
This book cuts to the chase and drills in on Calculus and the functions available on the TI-89 applicable to the Calculus operations. Many good practice drills which build a thorough familiarity with the operations available in the calculator.
Texas Instruments TI-89 Titanium Graphing Calculator
Features advanced 3-D graphing, mathematics & engineering functions, built-in CAS allows to explore & manipulate mathematical expressions in symbolic form, 16 preloaded graphing calculator software apps including EE*Pro, CellSheet & NoteFolio.